David Egbert
Online Learning Advisor, Omni-channel Digital Publishing Manager

ePortfolio Best Practices

From Acrobat to Visual Communicator, what Adobe tools and solutions have worked best for you and your students in creating effective ePortfolios? 

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Shannion Forrester

Posted on Jul 4, 2016 10:39:15 PM Permalink

Eric Dumas

Posted on Aug 8, 2013 1:17:36 PM Permalink

I find Behance offering good options

David Egbert

Posted on Oct 25, 2013 6:57:48 PM Permalink

Diza Sauers

Posted on Jun 25, 2016 7:00:53 PM Permalink

Why do you both think Behance is a great product? Is it targeted to a specific age group or is it ease of use?

Dan Armstrong

Posted on Jul 31, 2013 8:25:55 AM Permalink

I'm going to keep this short for my friend Dave, E-portfolio in acrobat> Save as Web page. Drop the index.html and folder into a public dropbox location... Presto Instant web portfolio. Just right click the index file and copy the public link. Have fun.

David Egbert

Posted on Oct 25, 2013 6:58:06 PM Permalink

This is really slick Dan. Thanks!

Judy Durkin

Posted on Apr 14, 2013 1:13:04 AM Permalink

I am wondering, since Adobe acquired Behance, is anyone using behance for student portfolios instead of Acrobat? I am toying with the idea and have been experimenting. Cloud cloud

I am interested in feedback on the pros and cons of Behance for student portfolios.

Linda Dickeson

Posted on Jul 24, 2012 8:32:09 PM Permalink

Our CTE teachers are starting to do well with ePortfolios using Acrobat Pro. I know there are lots of online tools, but they all have Acrobat Pro now, so using the great ePortfolios available there is a good fit. Our labs have Acrobat Pro now everywhere.

David Egbert

Posted on Jul 24, 2012 5:35:49 PM Permalink

BTW, Adobe has created an excellent resource in helping students and educators create ePortfolios called "Adobe and Your Voice" using Acrobat, Illustrator, InDesign, or Dreamweaver. It's a great resource, check it out at: