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January 23, 2019

Top 10 Student ePortfolio Projects of 2018

250,000+ learners uploaded new projects to their ePortolios on Portfolium in 2018, tagged with 3.5+ million skills that are now searchable by employers. While we can't highlight them all in a single blog post, we've sifted through and selected ten projects that exemplify student learning and reflection. Here are the ten projects from 2018 we thought were some of the best examples of students really putting their ePortfolios to great use:

 

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1. Mechanical Engineering: "Teamo - A Collaborative Educational Robot" by Martin Perez Colon, Stanford University

 

 

 

2. Marketing: "Trans-Siberian Orchestra Marketing Plan" by Sydney Seroka, Point Park University Rowland School of Business

 

 

3. Other: "Screening Plan to Identify Diabetes in Women" by Whitney McCannon, University of San Diego

 

 

4. Animation: "Animation Reel 2018" by Eugene Paek, Cal State Fullerton

 

 

5. Engineering: "Scooter Design Portfolio" by Johann Samuel Cayaban, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

 

 

6. Art: "Art Portfolio" by Megan Haroldson, Brigham Young University-Idaho

 

 

7. Writing: Up in the Air - Literacy Narrative in Verse" by Paola Parreno-Merino, Florida International University

 

 

8. Lighting Design: "Excerpts from Speak Angels UDT 18" by Caitlyn Gomes, San Francisco State University

 

 

9. Physics: "Interactive Mandlebrot Fractal Set" by Lucas Burke, UC Santa Barbara

 

 

10. Marketing: "Intro to Advertising: Starbucks Situation Analysis" by Kennedy Ryan, Rhode Island College

 

 

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