Professional Portfolios in the Major

Jacob Craig

The English Department offers ENGL 498: Eportfolio Workshop as part of its regular course offerings. The eportfolios developed here were made for that course.

Thus, although these eportfolios predate the WRP concentration and are composed exclusively by English majors, they point to some of the ways that students can use digital media to craft professional identities for themselves.

Christina’s “Book Lover”

Christina Lilly's book lover eportfolio structured using the typical sections of a book
Christina Lilly’s book lover eportfolio structured using the typical sections of a book

Angelica’s “Creative Writing & Comparative Lit”

Angelica Manglona's collection of creative writing and essay writing for her Creative Writing and Comparative Literature courses
Angelica Manglona’s collection of creative writing and essay writing for her Creative Writing and Comparative Literature courses

Henley’s “Poetry Art Love”

Henley's eportfolio focusing on her creative writing, her art, and the subject matter that synthesizes the two
Henley’s eportfolio focusing on her creative writing, her art, and the subject matter that synthesizes the two

Haley’s “Poetry Writing Videography”

Haley Olds' representation of her writing and videography, both focused on travel
Haley Olds’ representation of her writing and videography, both focused on travel