“It is clear that reflection is at the center of ePortfolio pedagogy. Reflection allows students to build bridges between prior and current learning, across semesters and among courses and disciplines. It allows for the construction and understanding of knowledge within personalized contexts to make the curriculum come alive with meaning for each student. In this way, ePortfolios provide a structured institutional framework that creates reflective experiences that promote integrated learning and the construction of meaning across the curriculum.” (Buyarski, Oaks, Reynolds, and Rhodes, 2017)

ePortfolio for Courses and Programs

The Office of Experiential Learning is eager to partner with faculty interested in ePortfolio pedagogy and imagining possible applications for courses and programs. We will work with you every step of the way including:

  • Individual consultations
  • Personalized design of templates to meet learning objectives
  • Trainings to help students with the ePortfolio process
  • Program Assistants assigned to courses to provide support to faculty and students
  • Individualized materials prepared to support students (example)

Email questions to our ePortfolio Manager, Elize Hellam or use this link to set up an initial consultation.

Additional Resources

Log in to Sounding Board to create your own ePortfolio and view the work of others in the Puget Sound community.

Read more about ePortfolio pedagogy and envisioning it within the context of higher education, we invite you to explore the Field Guide to ePortfolio, the result of a collaboration between the Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL), the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U), the International Journal of ePortfolio (IJeP), and the Electronic Portfolio Action and Communication (EPAC) Community of Practice.