Over the past two+ years, several faculty members and students have experimented with digital portfolios as a way of grounding rigorous academic work in a reflective process that encourages students to bring more transparency and self-awareness to their work. As part of a digital portfolio, students can define goals, periodically reflect on progress, document learning process and products, make connections between what and how they are learning, and identify and articulate dimensions of their own growth as scholars and learners. Including new projects for the 2017-18 year, these experiments have taken shape in courses from the sciences, English, Philosophy and Religious Studies, and Mathematics, as well as independent projects in a variety of subject areas. If you would like to learn more, please be in touch. We can share examples, help you develop a plan, advise on choice of tool or platform, and/or provide technical training.