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Note to students: Linfield College uses an ePortfolio tool called TaskStream. Look for more information from your advisors. In the meantime, here are some help documents:

What is an ePortfolio?

  • a place to store learning artifacts (papers, multimedia, reflections, study plans).
  • most often shared through a web-based interface.
  • usually an attempt to organize artifacts to showcase learning objectives, progress, and competency, depending on who the intended audience will be.

This site is a collection of tools and resources to help you create and manage your ePortfolio.

Getting Started:

For Faculty and Teaching Assistants
Data Storage

Other Tasks 

For Faculty and Teaching Assistants:

ARL's "Know Your Copy Rights"
Why bother with multimedia in teaching and learning?


To learn how to make audio, video, still images, animation and more for your portfolio, visit our ETCI How-to page. This will cover all the steps necaessary to produce and publish your pieces in the best way possible.

Data Storage/ Burning your portfolio:

Vista Software
Windows DVD Maker


Authors (students)


The Basics
How to access Catfiles
Catfiles Sharing and Permissions
Using Tickets
Creating Folders
PowerPoint Templates 
Folder structure templates in Catfiles 
Setting up a Network Place (XP) (Vista)
How to connect to server for drag and drop on a Mac

Other Tasks:

Using the Scanner
Using the FDL digital camera
Creating PDF files


To get a tast of how various institutions classify ePortfolios, take a look at the following links. They include guidelines and tips for creatiing ePortfolios, and examples of actual student portfolios form a diverse range of univeristies and programs.

Pepperdine Univeristy Junior Writing Portfolio
CUNY Career Portfolios
Kathleen Fischer's teacher Portfolio
Linfield Student PowerPoint ePortfolio examples - Theatre