Learning Portfolios can be a powerful catalyst for integrative learning and holistic development as well as a tool for self-branding and professional development. 

Portfolios featured in the 2020-2021 CEL Impact Report

Alex Harman (Password: EXPL 390)

Perla Solano

Autumn Eales

Morgan McHose

Hanna Shawabkeh

Sophia Barnard

Tenzing Sherpa

Learning Portfolios can:

Encourage engagement in active reflection and meaning-making
Foster reflection on the principles central to an academic discipline and the university as a whole
Facilitate the integration of topics and themes across disciplines and over time
Provide a forum to synthesize work and share that work with others
Contribute to holistic development in multiple ways, including personal development, academic development, and career development
Provide a resource for demonstrating skills, abilities, and experiences in the job-search process