Denzinger Design: A design professional created an online presence that includes both blog and portfolio elements. This one presents a nice mix of both student coursework and professional achievements. The blog format provides a user-friendly way to navigate the site. This one also uses images really well to draw attention to the work samples.Example Blog-ePortfolios

Eric Stoller’s Blog: This college student services administrator has organized an online portfolio using a blog format. Take a closer look and see how he organized the pages based on the competencies established by his professional organization, the College Student Services Administration (CSSA). Eric uses the sidebar to add contact information, a small but professional photo, and links to other places where you can find him online.

Holly Justice: ELearning professional Holly Justice is using WordPress to blog about her experience and demonstrate her skills with social media and online presentations. Holly is just getting started! Take a look at her work and provide your feedback and recommendations for what she might post in the future.

Kerstin Howard’s e-Portfolio: Graduate student, Kerstin Howard uses a basic blog format to present information about both her school work and professional work samples. Take a look at how she organized the content using typical resume headings and a “Resume” tab. In addition to just listing coursework assignments, she provides a brief summary of the objectives of each course and reflects on her learning om each one.

Lee Ballantyne: “Moodler, Articulator, ex-ex-pat, proponent of e-portfolios & passionate about technology enhanced learning” is how Lee describes herself on her two ePortfolio blogs: leefolio and Lee Ballantyne. She is experimenting with two prototypes that include information about her background and expertise, as well as information related to ePortfolio presentations.

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