The Digital portfolio at Agnes Scott is a self-curated virtual space where a student collects, reflects, and showcases selected aspects of her learning. Through a focus on reflective thinking, students can see and connect learning and lived experience to inform and inspire her education.
makes learning visible, and highlights skills and knowledge.
The portfolio is grounded in the idea that when a student has the opportunity to see the relationship between specific classroom facts and theories and her overarching educational goals, her learning is more valuable. Over the course of four years, the Portfolio can become a dynamic tool for showcasing achievements, skills, individual approaches and personality for internships, graduate and professional school, and employment.
Visit Agnes Scott Way Points to create your digital portfolio or view portfolios of students, faculty and staff.
The “d-center” is a resource for staff, students and faculty to cultivate digital literacy. The center employs staff and student tutors who help facilitate the exploration of problem solving options that advance digital and visual skills for academic projects and ideas.
The center is located on the ground floor of McCain Library in rooms G11 & G38.