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Does anyone use digital portfolios for their senior subject verification or monitoring submissions?

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Lisa Kolkmeyer

Posted on 12/4/18 6:04:30 PM Permalink

Good morning. I teach Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and Premier at the intro level and looking for a way for high school students to start a digital portfolio. What would you recommend?

Jeremiah Baumann

Posted on 12/4/18 6:24:51 PM Permalink

He Lisa,

Do they ​have access to ​Adobe Portfolio? That is an amazing and easy to use tool that Adobe has developed. If they don't have access to it, they could build their portfolio on the ​Behance network. There isn't a cost associated with it, their Adobe ID gives them access, and they could showcase their work on their own page. This also allows their work to be commented on by the Behance community of creatives which may provide some amazing feedback to the students.

Ahmed Belal

Posted on 11/28/18 6:50:23 PM Permalink

Thank you for sharing.


Posted on 8/13/15 2:10:53 AM Permalink

The Acrobat DC (Document Cloud) version does not allow you to edit the ePortfolio. I've uninstalled DC and re-installed Acrobat Pro XI. Works great now.


Posted on 8/5/15 8:49:15 AM Permalink

Interesting, I created a Digital Portfolio some time back in Acrobat XI. Now that we’ve upgraded to Acrobat DC, I can’t seem to get the same editing functionality as XI. What am I doing wrong? I tried looking for some Acrobat DC tutorials, but there seems to be none. Has anyone else had this issue?