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Portfolium

Portfolium is an e-portfolio network, similar to LinkedIn. However, the big difference is that Portfolium allows you to showcase your education and work accomplishments, as well as connect with other professionals. Your Portfolium profile allows you to organize and display educational and professional content. You can upload images, videos (YouTube, Vimeo), PDFs, text documents, and more to your portfolio.

Portfolium allows you to connect with people and companies you already know, as well as follow companies you are interested in. You can discover and apply for jobs and add specific pieces of content to showcase your qualifications. You can also view content posted by other users to discover how they accomplished their work, and you can like their content and comment or message them for advice.

Portfolium Fact Sheet

Provides an overview on Portfolium. Includes: getting started, building your profile, adding entries, how to optimize your profile, and the benefits of the network.

Creating a Portfolium Profile

Provides students with detailed instructions on how to create a profile in Portfolium.

Uploading a Document to Portfolium

Provides students with detailed instructions on how to upload their Personal Success Plan to Portfolium.

Uploading a Video to Portfolium

Provides students with detailed instructions on how to upload their "What is Your Why" video in Portfolium.

Portfolium for Educators

A short video on educators' role in Portfolium.

Portfolium YouTube Channel

Access Portfolium's YouTube channel for additional video resources.

Access Portfolium's Website Here

Join, Login, and Learn More on Portfolium's Website. 

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