The Libraries collaborate with faculty, students, and other campus partners to encourage, support, and grow ePortfolio awareness, creation, and use. Considered a high-impact learning experience for students, ePortfolios provide a digital space for students to develop and showcase their own learning and to make connections between their academic, co-curricular, and personal experiences, which is beneficial for completing their coursework, applying to graduate school, and marketing themselves to employers.

Faculty interested in ePortfolios can:

Participate in the Fall 2017 Pilot by registering for a summer ePortfolio NLI session on the NLI website

Learn more about ePortfolios in the Community of Inquiry group this fall by contacting Stefanie Metko at

Request ePortfolio instruction for your classes by contacting Samantha Blevins at

For ePortfolio instructional design consultations, contact Miko Nino at

Students interested in creating ePortfolios should contact Samantha Blevins at for a consultation.