Loyola Learning Portfolios are intended to be dynamic and engaging representations of learning in the form of skills, abilities, experiences, values, and competencies. One way to make a learning portfolio dynamic and engaging is to include a variety of forms of multimedia as "learning artifacts."
Learning portfolio artifacts can include:
- Photos or Slideshows
- Blogs or Vlogs
- Writing Samples (research papers, essays, fiction, reflections, journals)
- Research Posters
- Web Links
See below for more information and visual examples of learning artifacts For other ideas, check out the Gallery!