Portfolium for Program Coordinators

Program coordinators can use Portfolium to communicate program requirements, collect assignments, and provide feedback to students.

If your students are completing assignments, coordinating events, or presenting to peers or educators  - help them get recognized for it!

 

Learn more about Portfolium:

What are the benefits for program coordinators?

Portfolium allows educators to make classroom work portable and reportable for students.

  • Showcase work: Students can upload specific course projects and tag the instructor or course using the Portfolium tool. Students can connect with their peers by tagging teammates for group projects The tool provides file support for:
    • Images
    • Videos
    • Course papers (e.g. PDF, Word)
    • Presentations (e.g. Powerpoint, Prezi)
    • Sketchfab 3D Models
  • Record and collect your student work: Faculty, staff, and students have unlimited storage and access to share course work and artifacts. By "tagging" your course, you can record and collect your student work through previous academic years.
  • Highlight skills: Students can tag skills and competencies developed through your course on the assignment entry.
  • Resource for letters of recommendation: Students can link faculty members to their electronic portfolio as a resource for letters of recommendation.
  • Find inspiration: Faculty can review student work based on discipline and find ideas and projects that students are exploring in their field
  • Connect your students with employers: Portfolium has a portal for employers, which helps them find students with the skills they are looking for. If your student chooses to make their work public, they can share a unique URL on their resume or LinkedIn to showcase their work.

What does an ePortfolio look like?

What are the benefits for students?

Portfolium is an electronic portfolio to help students visually showcase your academic and professional accomplishments and experiences.

Students can capture work in many areas including:
  • Work/Professional: Expand on each bullet point on your resume with photos and supporting documents
  • Education: Upload real samples of your coursework including papers, projects, labs, experiments
  • Volunteer Work: Share videos and photos of your volunteer experiences
  • Clubs & Activities: Share your interests and co-curricular involvement from hobbies, athletics, to studying abroad

The tool is free and available to all students, alumni, faculty and staff from UC San Diego.

Resources

Portfolium Cheat Sheet Competencies Framework

Want to Learn More?

Visit UCSD Portfolium.