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Matrix Gallery

This page overviews the types of projects that Virginia Tech's ePortfolio Initiatives have helped to develop. This page is not exhaustive of all portfolio efforts at Virginia Tech. Additionally, all portfolios are essentially reflective processes, so even these gallery exhibits are continuous works in progress, which means they are under constant revision. Click on the exhibits shown below to view some of the ongoing ePortfolio projects at Virginia Tech. Contact us if you are interested in hearing more about ePortfolios@VT.

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Course Matrices


A strong benefit of the portfolio Matrix is its ability to provide a workflow for students to submit course assignments, reflect on those assignments, and receive feedback and evaluations on their course submissions. The use of a Matrix can provide designated moments of submission and reflection throughout a course. Read more and view galleries...

Program Matrices

Matrices can also be used for departmental and programmatic collection of student materials, be they artifacts, reflections, videos, assignments, or any other types of files and information needed for curricular assessment and improvement.
Through the robust set of ePortfolio tools, of which the Matrix plays a significant role, teachers and administrators can collect student materials for assessment and programmatic improvement, while also facilitating reflection on learning and simultaneously providing their students with electronic portfolios that can be used to demonstrate professional development.

Contact an ePortfolio team member to learn more about customizing the ePortfolio tools to benefit your program. Read more and view galleries...

Additional Uses for Matrices

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