IW Guides – Create a Portfolio

Create a Digital Portfolio

Creating a portfolio of your class and independent media projects to showcase to instructors and future employers is vital to your future academic and professional success.

There are several platforms that exist to help you showcase and highlight your work with the world. There are also several experts on campus that can help you best utilize these open or campus resources. Check out the information below!

The Media Commons can advise on the quality and presentation of your projects, from a media production value standpoint. To show us your work and to get our feedback please schedule your Media/Portfolio consultation today!

Online platforms:

Adobe Behance

https://www.behance.net/

Portfolium

https://portfolium.com/

Digication

https://illinois.digication.com/

Please contact Kate LaBore at the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning for more assistance.

Tutorials and Examples

Tutorials (for ePortfolios) Coming Soon

Media Reel Examples Coming Soon

Other Resources

Campus Computer Lab Resources

Here is a general list of other computer labs on campus that may have available computers and the technology you need to complete your media project. Remember, this list is subject to change and these are not spaces managed by the Media Commons or the Library.

https://techservices.illinois.edu/content/computer-lab-locations-and-hours

If you need additional editing support, please review our Media Commons Recommended Tutorials page and/or book a Consultation with us today! (see below for more information)

Interested in renting Media Commons Pro Gear?

If you would like to gain access to more professional equipment for a small rental fee, please review our Pro Gear options. Click Here.

Media Consultation Services

For help on your next media project, contact us by filling out this media consultation form: click here to schedule a consultation. We usually respond within 2 business days.

The staff of the Media Commons is always happy to discuss any digital media or technology creation project. If the project is outside the mission and/or exceeds the resources available in the Media Commons we are happy to direct you to a group on campus that can assist.