Student Resources

Call for Student Ambassadors

Welcome to the student resources page of the ePortfolio project. This project aims to help you connect and synthesize your learning experiences from your career at Auburn. Take a look around!


"Pulling information together for my ePortfolio reminded me of the learning and experiences that have brought me to where I am today."

- Courtney Bass, Nursing

"Showcasing my design work in an ePortfolio format allowed me to express my passion for the bridal industry and demonstrate my abilities in Web design, illustration, and writing. It helped me find a job where I can utilize all those skills, even without having editorial experience."

- Heather M Hall

"I would call myself technically challenged. I can use Microsoft Word, but that’s about it. Creating an ePortfolio is forcing me to learn how to make a Web site, which is really great. I don’t know any HTML coding, so I’m using WIX, but I’m making it all from scratch."

- Karissa Womack, English

"I’ve seen the need for any student to tell their story in a creative, visual way, regardless of major. Why? Because we’re all visual people to some extent."

- Tara Jones, Marketing

"I believe this project will enhance the students’ learning since it: 1) provides them with a tool that will force them to reflect on some of the material that they have learned, which is something that we do not always do well when teaching classes; 2) provides them with a holistic look at themselves identifying their own strengths and weakness, which is very important for future development."

- Fadel Megahed, Assistant Professor, Industrial and Systems Engineering

"Students don’t make that connection (between experiences). They just continue to record, shoot video, or write. But no one will ever see or listen to or read it unless it is presented in a certain way."

- Alessio Summerfield, Radio, Television, Video and Film

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