Fall 2013 Digital Resumes & Portfolios (ePortfolios)

Please welcome the final projects from our Fall 2013 Style & Design class. These students spent the whole semester preparing many projects for incorporation into this project. And, of course, they edited and prepared the website, too. Give them and look. You’ll be glad you did.

Geoffrey Josiah Greene

Taylor Shirey

Hailey Kornman

Elizabeth Segarra

Casey Morrison

Mary Catherine Banister

Katelyn Sides

Anna-Claire Gibson

Haley Stevens

Madeline Branch

Grace Devaney

Ellie Johnson

Collier Tynes

Hannah Crane

Allie Heckel

Kimberly Mannausa

Claire Fisher

Michelle Lolley

Lillian Parker

Sheyda Mehrara

Chelsea Zillner

Justin Burwell

Kyle Monteverde

Laurel Dicus

Sarah Drexler

Lillian Parker

Libby Horton

Taylor Shirey

Maddi Bourgerie

Addison Pike

Elizabeth Frenzer

Amanda Moyer

Justin Burwell

Jourdan Cooper

John Dooley

Sarah Moseley

Amanda Collier

Alissa Best

Stephanie Czajkowski

Katie Esters

Lesley Moody

Taira Campbell

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Auburn PR Student Digital Resumes and Portfolios (ePortfolios) Spring 2013

Ashley Laws
Here’s a magazine cover similar to the one you’ll make … along with an entire 16 page magazine. Ashley Laws is our cover girl for this one.

NOTE: Some students choose to take down their projects at the conclusion of the class.  In earlier classes, some students may have allowed their domains to expire.  So, please forgive any dormant links you may encounter.

Here are the digital eportfolios for Auburn University PR students from Spring 2013. We like to call these digital resumes and portfolios. We’ve been creating them in classes for over a decade. Recently, a movement among universities across the country has gained strength and they prefer to call them eportfolios. To me that term is very Web 1.0 … but, we are happy to see many others now agree that creating a digital version of a student’s resume and portfolio is very important. So, we won’t quibble over terms. (Cross-posted in our Auburn PR Tumblr blog.)