What is an ePortfolio?

Our ePortfolio template is an organized support for students in tackling their Div II portfolio.  It is also:

  • A more flexible system for storing and sharing their divisional work in which students can curate their work
  • A guide that prompts students to write reflections on their work – helping them and you make meaning of what they have accomplished
  • An interactive showcase for all kinds work
  • An easy way to share their final portfolio with their committee – or the world
  • A system with easy-to-personalize visual style
  • A support in planning their educational path
  • A system with built-in help from Instructional Technology and the Knowledge Commons

Have interested students?  Have them sign up at:

hamp.it/eportfolio2018

Want more information?

Email us: at portfolios@hampshire.edu

Watch a short (1 min 22 sec) video about our current ePortfolios

e-portfolios and reflection

YanceyIn creating an e-portfolio, a student essentially curates their work. They decide how to group their artifacts (written work, photographs, films, music, visual arts pieces, etc.) and in presenting them, they write across what they have done to demonstrate what they have learned. As faculty, we can ask them to show particular kinds of learning that might suggest to students ways to organize their work and reflect on it.

What we are likely to find as faculty is that having students create e-portfolios puts more of the onus on making meaning on the student and less on us.

Watch this talk by Dr. Kathleen Yancey to learn more.