The ePortfolio Project encourages you to get involved in the variety of experiences we offer. Below are brief descriptions of some of the opportunities we have for students interested in greater involvement in the ePortfolio Project. For faculty looking to get involved with the Project, visit the Cohort page.
This workshop series is for any student seeking help in creating a professional ePortfolio. Students from all majors and years are invited to participate. Prior experience with websites or portfolios is not necessary. Over the course of six workshops, students will revisit work from courses or co-curricular activities and learn how to best share those experiences with a professional audience, such as future employers or graduate schools.
Registration for the fall workshop series is now open. Click here to visit the Student Workshop Series page for more information. Because each workshop builds on previous ones, participants should plan on attending all six workshops. Please register for either Monday OR Tuesday workshops. Registration is free, but required. Please contact Parker Wade at email@example.com with questions.
ePortfolio Ambassadors are the student voice of the ePortfolio Project.
They help promote the use of ePortfolios at Auburn University by creating their own ePortfolio, visiting classes and student organizations, and planning and attending events on behalf of the ePortfolio Project. Ambassadors also work collaboratively to improve and sustain the success of the project.
The application deadline for the ePortfolio Project Ambassador Program has passed. Applications are accepted each spring. Students from all majors and years are invited to participate; prior experience with websites or portfolios is not necessary. Please see below for the position description and additional details.
See our ePortfolio Awards page for more information on the awards offered by the ePortfolio Project.