How can I get started?


Please reach out to Dr. Danielle Jackson ( of the Department of Communication & Theatre Arts.  The COMM ePortfolio team will gladly provide you with resources, sample work, or consult on how to incorporate the Communication ePortfolio in part, or as a whole, into your class.


To design your own ePorfolio, check out to get started, and check out the samples below.


Other sites might have an initial free start up (SquareSpace for example, Canva, Spark or Wordpress through ODU), but in many cases a monthly fee is likely.  WIX has multiple (free) templates for the variety of industries our students might enter into.  Wix works well with both PC and Mac users, and is relatively easy to use!  It is mostly ‘point, click, and drag’—and while faculty and students might find that initial set-up is time-consuming, it is likely due to the options available while choosing a design and internal set-up that reflects an individuals career, specialties, industry, etc. (Samples will be provided to you for assistance).


The main goal for integrating the Communication ePortfolio into a class is to assist students in identifying, reflecting, and promoting their strengths as emerging professionals (or re-emerging for those that are seeking a change of career or returning to school).  An ePortfolio is a modern way to design, develop, and archive work that highlights disciplinary writing and samples of professional documents. 




Sample Communication ePortfolios
The PDF resource titled 'Instructor Expectations for a Communication ePortfolio' assists faculty and students to better understand and utilize the A/C/F samples shared below.

Norfolk, VA

This purpose of this website and blog is a goal-oriented commentary about life's journey and making the most of our lives and the relationships that give it meaning.  

Seattle, WA

This page archives past projects and showcases recent work.

Sample Student Layouts

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All content prepared within this site is available from the Communication ePortfolio Team.
Department of Communication & Theatre Arts, Old Dominion University 
Please do not reproduce or distribute without permission.
COMM eP Coordinator: Dr. Danielle Jackson (