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Portfolium

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Information for Students

Portfolium is CSUN’s electronic portfolio network for students and alumni! Showcase your work, projects and activities -- whether you are just getting started at CSUN, about to graduate, or in-between. Your online presence and resumé will be enhanced by a strong portfolio that you can take with you after you graduate.   

Getting Started 

Visit https://csun.portfolium.com/ and sign in with your CSUN user ID and password. Need help? Connect with one of CSUN's Portfolium Ambassadors.

Portfolium Challenges and Prizes

CSUN holds challenges for students to show off their best work. Challenges are created with a theme such as Art, Volunteer Work, or Academic Success to best showcase a variety of CSUN talent. View the Challenges and Prizes page for more information and to view rules and guidelines.  

Three Reasons to Use Portfolium

  1. Showcase your work. Use Portfolium to show off your best work to future employers. Bring your resume to life with photos and videos of projects you've done in class or on the job. 
  2. Connect with your fellow Matadors. Network with CSUN students and alumni to share ideas, collaborate and be inspired. Join a vibrant, online Matador community.
  3. Network with 3,000+ companies. Apply directly to job openings with Disney, Nike, Google, NBC, Apple and more. For a full list of companies, visit https://portfolium.com/companies.

What to Add to Your Portfolium

Information for Faculty and Staff

Getting Started

Portfolium is also available to all faculty and staff. To access Portfolium, visit https://csun.portfolium.com/ and log in with your CSUN user ID and password. You will be asked a few questions to customize your account.

Encouraging Student Use

Helping students create their Portfolium presence can be a powerful way to link students’ academic work to real world outcomes. Faculty and staff can play a key role in helping students translate what they learned at CSUN to viable job opportunities and professional advancement that will last a lifetime. New and creative uses of Portfolium for students, coursework and capstone projects are already being developed by innovative faculty at CSUN. 

By providing guidance and feedback on their entries, faculty use this as another avenue to help students learn more deeply and develop a wide variety of skills. Students can develop:

  • Deeper Learning through Reflection: Incorporate new reflective activities into your assignments to promote deeper learning. Encourage student metacognition by having students evaluate their own work and reflect on what is being learned.

  • Writing and Presentation Skills: Preparing entries requires students to hone their writing skills to convey their message in concise, clear language and imagery. Students can control the visibility of their entries so they can share only within the classroom or with the world.

Faculty should share their ideas and success stories with the Faculty Technology Center so we can share back with our faculty community.