ePortfolios for Reflection
The resources provided on this page are intended for modification and re-use by educators in the DU community who plan to incorporate reflective ePortfolios into their teaching practices. Please feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to schedule a one-on-one consultation.
Example Portfolio Templates
The following sites are examples of template mock-ups that faculty have created to guide their students in the development of an ePortfolio project that aligns with a specific structure. This approach can streamline the grading process, and relieve anxiety for students who aren't sure where to begin. If you'd like to create a custom template for your course, please reach out to email@example.com to initiate a consultation.
Citizen Science Project - Samples & Template
Sociology of Denial - Journal Templates
LP's Portfolio FSEM Template
Social Class and College Culture FSEM Template
Professor Willink's Template Portfolio
Professor Wilson's FSEM Template
Professor Gaibor's Personal Page Template
All the Monsters Around Us FSEM Template
Professor Sutton's FSEM Template Portfolio
Fracturing Fairy Tales ePortfolio Community
Fracturing Fairy Tales FSEM Template Portfolio
The Digital Age TEMPLATE Portfolio
DU Transfer Student Community
WRIT 1122 Portfolio Template
Example Student Portfolios
The following sites are examples of student work created for a course or program at DU that required reflective portfolios.
Pioneer Award Winner - Andi Schlut
Pioneer Award Winner - Cristin Espinoza
Pioneering Business for the Public Good, group portfolio - Issue: Election Reform
Pioneering Business for the Public Good, group portfolio - Issue: Clean Energy
Pioneering Business for the Public Good, group portfolio - Issue: Waste Reduction
Design Thinking Community, group portfolio - Issue: Ecodesign
ePortfolios for Reflection: 7 Best Practices
Curated list of best practices (informed by field literature) for reflective ePortfolios.
DU Portfolio - Sample Assignment Instructions
If you have chosen to use DU Portfolio as a platform for ePortfolio projects in your course, please feel free to use or modify the content in this document when writing your assignment instructions. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to set up a deeper consultation.
ePortfolio Development Worksheet
Downloadable worksheet supporting the collection, selection, and reflection processes for developing a reflective ePortfolio.
Example grading rubric used to assess reflective ePortfolio projects in an ASEM writing course.
By: Aubrey Schiavone, Teaching Assistant Professor in the Writing Program
Example framework for a pilot program running in the Daniels Distinction program.
ePortfolio Faculty Learning Community (eFLC)
The ePortfolio Faculty Learning Community was formed as a way for faculty and educators at DU to stay connected and informed about ePortflios and High-Impact Practices, and to also have a place to learn more about ways to effectively integrate them into our classrooms and across campus.
Visit the eFLC website