In February of 2019, we announced that we had entered into an agreement to acquire Portfolium, founded in 2014 in San Diego, and built to showcase the achievements, projects, and competencies of students to potential employers, serving as an expanded resume or CV.
Portfolium currently serves more than 4,600,000 students and alumni, and 40,000 educators from more than 3,600 institutions in 18 countries.
We’re dedicated to empowering people to grow from the first day of school to their last day of work and we believe this Network is key to that journey. We believe that students should have lifelong access to their Folio, where they can organize learning assets, connect with other Folio users, and curate content to help showcase their skills to potential employers, with the goal of achieving long-term success within and beyond the academic experience.
USA: Contact your CSM to enable the Portfolium Network in your account.
Globally: The Portfolium Network is currently in limited beta outside of the USA. It will be rolled out to our global users as it is deployed on AWS servers in those regions, currently planned for late 2020. Until it is available in-region, you’ll continue to use the legacy Canvas ePortfolio.
We don’t currently plan to turn off Canvas ePortfolios any time soon. Because many users at many institutions have been using Canvas ePortfolios, sometimes as part of a course or program, we will not be disabling Canvas ePortfolios unless requested by a participating institution. As more users adopt the Portfolium Folios, we will develop a plan to transition from the old to the new.
We are not planning a built-in migration tool due to the very different structure and design of Portfolium Folios vs Canvas ePortfolios. However, there are solutions for Canvas ePortfolio users. Please contact your CSM to learn more.
We hope you’re as excited as we are to see how putting this powerful tool in the hands of students will influence their growth for a lifetime! Keep us posted on the success stories you hear!
That’s fantastic! We have more answers. Please check out the Portfolium User Group for guides, an FAQ, and The Portfolium Network - New Training Course on Folios
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