What is Portfolium

Portfolium partners with colleges and universities to help students connect learning with opportunity. Their student success network helps millions of students from over 3,600 academic institutions prove their skills and launch their careers, while providing educators and employers with the tools they need to assess learning outcomes, build pathways, issue badges, and recruit talent.

From the words of Portfolium

We're a mission-driven technology company based in beautiful downtown San Diego, California. We passionately deliver products and services connected to our one-of-a-kind ePortfolio network to empower and connect three key stakeholders: students, educators, and employers. Our team is made up of higher education professionals and faculty, recruitment technology experts, social networking pioneers, recent college graduates, and a former rocket scientist. At our core, we believe in the value of higher education, and we build products dedicated to demonstrating that value.

Step by Step Log in  Instructions.

Logging into Portfolium link:

Portfolium terms are defined for assessment coordinators. 

Porfolium Terminology link:

Portfolium LTI application is linked into Blackboard.  Assessment Coordinators have access to create new assignmentsStep by step instructions for creating new assignments in Blackboard link. 

BlackBoard Learn LTI Integration for Faculty link:

How students  view the assignment when integrated with Portfolium.  

Student View Blackboard Integration link

New Program Assessment, Create an Assessment Step by Step instructions in Porfolium link.

Program Assessment a  General Overview for Assessment Coordinators link:

When you’re a reviewer on an assessment team, you’ll be able to view an assessment and the collections of artifacts to be reviewed.  You can start your work from the Program Assessment zone.  This will show you a list of all the assessments that you have been assigned.

Program Assessment Overview for Reviewers link:

Program Assessment Reporting
The outcome summary provides a summary view of the learning outcomes measured by this assessment.  The data represented  into the percentage of passing scores (according to the level of achievement that represents ‘acceptable’).

Outcome Summary link:

Outcome Criteria, Exports and Downloads link:

Example Portfolio examples link:

Porfolium Webinars link:

Barb Meng

Barb Meng, Executive Assistant

 Office of Academic Excellence