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Writing ePortfolio Showcase

ePortfolios are repositories of information about an individual, stored in an electronic format.  The Program in Writing and Rhetoric has long been in the forefront of portfolio use to gather information about student writers and showcase their best work, but only in the last few years have ePortfolios opened a new venue for the expression and presentation of writing as well as multimodal composition.  A university-wide initiative, the Stony Brook ePortfolio project has received national and international attention from bodies such as the Making Connections project and AAEEBL.  This page highlights several of our favorite ePortfolios created by students in our Writing and Rhetoric courses.  These portfolios featured pleasing and creative design as well as excellent written work.  The best portfolios also present a student's goals, work and interests outside of the writing classroom.  If you have a Writing and Rhetoric student whose ePortfolio you would like to see featured here, please contact us with a brief explanation of what makes this ePortfolio special. 

 aman mundra portfolio  erick gordy portfolio  daniel ahmadizadeh portfolio

Aman Mundra, WRT 102

Aman Mundra is pursuing a major in biochemistry and a minor in Indian studies while concurrently completing his pre-medical and pre-law curricula. His portfolio is polished, professional, and showcases his talents in writing and leadership.

Erick Gordy, WRT 303

Erick Gordy's portfolio is driven by a strong personal vision, extraordinary versatility, and a vibrant sense of design.  With a theme of "A Study of the Urban Animal," he celebrates the creature-ness of the technologically human, and shares his passion for reading, writing, and public libraries.

Daniel Ahmadizadeh, WRT 102/303

Daniel Ahmadizadeh's portfolio has developed steadily to demonstrate his determination, multitude of talents, and sheer range of interest as a business student, writer, traveler, and athlete.  His goal is to be "happy, healthy, and a dermatologist."  We look forward to reading about his future successes.


 doucett portfolio  Annie Bernberg portfolio Jessica Zhang portfolio

Aaron Doucett, WRT 102

Aaron Doucett's unique graphic design catches the eye, presenting a bold and clean outlook.  The style complements the strong focus of his writing and projects.  He is studying to be a meteorologist and is a leader in many campus activities.  He rows for the Stony Brook Crew Team.


Annie Bernberg, WRT 303

Annie Bernberg's portfolio highlights her copious talents as a artist and storyteller and her appreciation of her supportive family and friends.  Her digital narrative chronicles her development as a writer and artist, and "The Mayor of Little Neck" is a loving tribute to her grandmother, who taught her to appreciate the places they shared.


Jessica Zhang, WRT 102

Jessica Zhang's polished and confident portfolio is one that spans her entire college experience, including sections for  Technology and Society (EST), Business, Journalism, Leadership, Women's Studies, and Writing.  Her Writing 102 work has a business focus, including advertisement analysis, a case study of a small business, and research on her future career goal of being a Certified Public Accountant.



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