ePortfolios are a tool that students can use to publish their best academic work on the web. This work can include videos, seminar papers, briefs, PowerPoint slides, or other digital assignments. Students can share their ePortfolios with potential employers or others who might be interested in their work. While relatively common in undergraduate colleges, not many law schools use ePortfolios. In this Brown Bag, Debbie Ginsberg discussed howePortfolios work, some of the options available, and how they might be used in law schools.
Ginsberg, Debbie, "Showcasing Student Work with ePortfolios" (2013). Presentations. 13.