Learn how our Personal Edition customers are using Digication e-Portfolios.
Tiffany DoranK-12: Smithfield High School
Three art teachers take students on an exciting 20-day trip abroad to France, Italy and Greece. Their e-Portfolio includes a detailed schedule, information about the places they're visiting, daily photos, and more.
Brian HutchesonK-12: Curvin McCabe School
Brian Hutcheson, recent alumni of Rhode Island School of Design's Art + Design Education Department, created this e-Portfolio to highlight a fantastic Flat Pack Toy lesson. This e-Portfolio is filled with incredible student work and resources for teachers in any discipline to create Flat Pack Toys with their students. The Flat Pack Toy template as well the student creations can be downloaded as pdfs so you can create your own!
Bell High Literary Arts MagazineK-12: Bell Highschool
An art and a writing class at Bell High joined forces to create this multi-media literary magazine. This e-Portfolio does a great job highlighting the talents of both classes, including videos, poems, photo collages visualizing poetry, and more.
Tyler ChapmanHigher Ed: Bryant University
This student's e-Portfolio acts as in interactive resume. The e-Portfolio shows what an interdisciplinary experience he has had with both a business and design foundation. This student has provided valuable information about his skills, background, and aspirations.
Matt YoungK-12: Pickerington High School
This e-Portfolio helps art students at Pickerington High choose their art classes by offering an interactive syllabus for each class, complete with work samples and detailed descriptions of each lesson. Students can also be inspired by senior portfolios and find out about the school's Art Club.
Michael StatonK-12: Bellaire High School
History teacher Michael Staton presents an engaging and well-organized collection of note-taking techniques and provides a fun animation about the importance of time management for his students.
Brian BeardK-12: Bellaire High School
English teacher Brian Beard has created a e-Portfolio filled with resources for his students and their parents. His detailed pages describe the class syllabus and assignments, feature student writing samples and advice for underclassmen. Beard is also making use of Digication's online classroom tools for his 9th grade English students to extend class discussion of literary and current event themes beyond class time.
Lauren MurphyHigher Ed: Bryant University
This student's interactive resume demonstrates not only technical prowess but profiles a very well traveled, experienced new graduate. This recent alumni of Bryant University has showcased a diverse knowledge base with admirable classroom practice, as well as notable experiences as an intern and employee while a student.
Laura TravisK-12: Hope Arts High School
Laura Travis, an art teacher at Hope High School, created a e-Portfolio that provides notable information about her unusual stone carving classes, features a detailed history of her exhibitions and provides photo galleries of her skillful work.
Mel JohnsonK-12: Portsmouth High School
"I set up an online forum utilizing Digication to document and archive student work. The forum is a closed course only students taking Advanced Art have access to with a password. It took a little getting used to for students remember to check it weekly and respond to the prompts. I am able to post the course syllabus, announcements, homework, discussion topics, classroom assignments, and resources."
Scott BenoitHigher Ed: Otis College of Art and Design
This e-Portfolio, created by an Otis alumni, is a cutting-edge design e-Portfolio which includes examples of print, illustration, interactive interfaces, motion graphics, and even t-shirt designs. This e-Portfolio is a stunning, professional presentation of work.
Misa SaburiHigher Ed: Rhode Island School of Design
This student created this e-Portfolio as part of her MAT program experience at Rhode Island School of Design. It is not only very visually pleasing, but contains extensive documentation of her course work, progress, process, and reflections. In addition, there is a unique template used which correlates her work to Rhode Island Beginning Teacher Standards.
Sara LeedomHigher Ed:Otis College of Art and Design
This student's unique e-Portfolio is rich with visual content - animations, movies, game design, renderings, and more. A fantastic example of an art based student e-Portfolio that is sure to help this student stand out from the competition.