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January 17, 2018
Purdue University Partners with Portfolium On Their Leadership Initiative premium
Portfolium has partnered with Purdue University to roll out the use of lifelong learning ePortfolios to its 40,000 students and 3,055 faculty members. Purdue chose Portfolium as their platform for students to track, share and reflect on their learning relative to their leadership and professional development for career readiness. Purdue’s Leadership and Professional Development Initiative […]
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January 12, 2018
The Significance and Possibilities of ePortfolios as a High Impact Practice premium
A consistent challenge for colleges and universities is to create meaningful experiences and coursework that allow students to learn beyond the classroom and the major. As a solution, many colleges and universities have implemented high-impact practices (HIPs), which are designed to create experiences that positively affect a student’s educational outcome. Utilizing several teaching and learning […]
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January 5, 2018
Slippery Rock University Selects Portfolium’s ePortfolios To Improve Students’ Career Readiness premium
Slippery Rock University (SRU) of Pennsylvania has selected Portfolium to provide ePortfolios to 2,100 students, 75 faculty in the College of Business (COB) and thousands of alumni. SRU chose Portfolium in order to help their students and alumni track achievements throughout their college career and postgraduate, connect with employers, and meet expectations of the workforce. “Portfolium is […]
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December 14, 2017
What is Program-Level Assessment and How to Do It premium
There are myriad forms of assessment, and often some confusion between them, so this article helps to define Program-Level Assessment (PLA) and how institutions should be using it to measure a student’s learning process through their programs. Evaluating student learning has been performed for as long as higher education has been in existence. Student learning […]
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November 2, 2017
Project Editor Update Helps Users Create Richer ePortfolios premium
Over the next few days, Portfolium users will wake up to a completely redesigned Project Editor built for a more intuitive experience and allowing users to upload richer projects and work samples. Students, educators, and professional users made it clear the user experience of the previous project editor left much to be desired. The Portfolium […]
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October 18, 2017
AppLovin Uses ePortfolios to Hire Recent Graduates premium
When AppLovin views potential candidates, they often view their ePortfolios and resumes quite differently.   The Resume Problem Many entry-level candidates are assessed by recruiters on the basis of the university they attended and their GPA alone. But resume data of this sort leaves a lot unsaid about a candidate. What skills do they actually […]
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October 12, 2017
Santa Clara University Migrates to Portfolium’s ePortfolio and Assessment Software premium
Santa Clara University (SCU) has selected Portfolium to provide ePortfolios to more than 9,000 students and assessment software to faculty, campus-wide. SCU chose to migrate to Portfolium because of the convenience for faculty to assess artifacts through a Canvas integration and in order to provide an ongoing platform for student reflection. “We hope use of […]
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September 13, 2017
How to Write the Best Job Application of Your Life premium
Search. Apply. Wait. Repeat One of the worst feelings is being trapped in the job application cycle: find a promising opportunity, spend time editing your resume and cover letter, send it out with high expectations, play the waiting game while you await a response, repeat. This monotonous exercise gets extremely old, extremely quickly. Wouldn’t it […]
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August 3, 2017
Good News—Your Liberals Arts Degree Can Get You Hired! premium
There’s a common misconception that a liberal arts degree is ‘useless’ or that if you have one, you’ll never find a job. However, CEOs like HBO’s Richard Plepler (Government) and YouTube’s Susan Wojcicki (History and Literature) would probably disagree. Even Michael Eisner, who graduated with a Literature and Theater degree, was able to find a […]
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July 19, 2017
Why Digital Beats Paper When It Comes to Portfolios premium
There is something appealing about a paper portfolio—from being able to feel the texture and quality of the paper used, to having a tangible product to hold. And while a well-designed paper portfolio is certainly a work of art, it begs the questions: in this digital age, is it practical? Like many facets of academia, […]
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August 31, 2015
Create An Awesome Digital Portfolio With These 10 Pro Tips premium
Today, more and more companies are using innovative and active recruiting techniques. This means that rather than posting a job and waiting for applicants to find them, thousands of employers are searching the internet for top talent…every day! But while recruiters are adopting new strategies, job seekers aren’t quite keeping up with the changes. Many […]
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August 25, 2015
A guide to your Portfolium ePortfolio premium
By the time that you graduate, you will have produced mountains of work, projects and achievements. Now imagine that throughout your academic journey, you could easily tag and save all of these projects digitally, in one, central repository. Portfolium is helping students reach their full career potential within a marketplace that aligns learning outcomes to competency-based […]
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