ePortfolio Program

For Faculty and Staff

ePortfolios allow students to reflect, connect, and integrate learning across courses, disciplines, and semesters. They can document activities (in and out of the classroom), upload work they are proud of, and reflect on who they are becoming as a scholar and a person. They can copy ePortfolios, tailoring them to specific audiences. They can create collaborative ePortfolios for group work, which can then be shared to the rest of the class or even the public. They can be creative, considering their ePortfolio a space for reflecting on what they are learning and skills they are building, for connecting ideas and interests from their academic and co-curricular activities, and for integrating them in their ePortfolio.

To learn more about how you might integrate ePortfolios into your class or program, please feel free to email Dr. Beverley McGuire ( mcguireb@uncw.edu). She can also provide you a free copy of Leveraging the ePortfolio for Integrative Learning: A Faculty Guide to Classroom Practices for Transforming Student Learning by Candyce Reynolds and Judith Patton, which discusses best practices for incorporating ePortfolios into courses to encourage integrative learning.


Field Guide to ePortfolio (collaborative publication by 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 Electronic Portfolio Action and Communication (EPAC) Community of Practice).

Portfolio to Professoriate - Online Training about ePortfolios

Catalyst for Learning: ePortfolio Resources and Research

Selected Scholarship on ePortfolios

AACU, Peer Review: Advancing Equity and Student Success Through EPortfolios (Summer 2016)

AACU website on Eportfolios

Bibliography of ePortfolio Scholarship and Resources (IUPUI)

Candyce Reynolds and Judith Little, Leveraging the ePortfolio for Integrative Learning: A Faculty Guide to Classroom Practices for Transforming Student Learning (Stylus, 2014)

Bret Eynon and Laura Gambino, High-Impact ePortfolio Practice: A Catalyst for Student, Faculty, and Institutional Learning (Stylus 2017)

Dorothe Bach, "The Learning Portfolio: Promoting Intentional Learning" Teaching Resource Center, UVA (Fall 2007)

Elyse Hartman, "Are ePortfolios Relevant for Today's College Student?" EmergingEdTech (March 24, 2013)

Heidi Johnsen, "Making Learning Visible with ePortfolios: Coupling the Right Pedagogy with the Right Technology," International Journal of ePortfolio 2.2 (2012): 139-148

Rebecca Reynolds, "Rutgers University - I Got it Covered: Reflection as Integrative, Social Pedagogy," Catalyst website


International Journal of ePortfolio

Professional Organizations

The Association for Authentic, Experiential, and Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL) website


George Kuh, "EPortfolio as a High-Impact Practice" (video, 3:41 mins)