A digital portfolio, also known as an e-portfolio, is a collection of electronic evidence assembled and managed by a user, usually on the Web. Such electronic evidence may include text, electronic files, images, multimedia products, blog entries, and hyperlinks.
The portfolios found on this page were created by students of the Academy of Information Technology located at the Newport Area Career and Technical Center in Newport, RI. The goal was to produce an electronic display of their work and their accomplishments.
Links to student portfolios are found by clicking the image above.
PLEASE NOTE: Most portfolios are better viewed in Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox as compared to Internet Explorer. Some were designed in Flash and will not be viewable on an iPhone or an iPad.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
The websites found on this page were created by first-year students of the Academy of Information Technology. After learning some basic coding skills in HTML, students were asked to submit the website that they were most proud of and which best demonstrated the skills they have acquired. Most students decided to include their final HTML project here, while other students submitted another project they created using the website format.
The goal was to demonstrate what the students learned in the short time they have been coding using the HTML language, and also to provide them with the opportunity to create something that they could feel strongly and excited about. After learning the basic skills, many students stretched their learning, adding CSS to their pages.
Links to student webpages are found by clicking the image above.