BC_CGeorgetown University is one of the world’s leading academic and research institutions, offering a unique educational experience that prepares the next generation of global citizens to lead and make a difference in the world. It is a vibrant community of exceptional students, faculty, alumni and professionals dedicated to real-world applications of our research, scholarship, faith and service. Below you’ll find all of the resources submitted by Georgetown University for the C2L Project.


Campus Metrics

    • We are a Doctoral/Research University
    • Our institution serves 15,000-20,000 students (headcount).
    • Each year 600 students use ePortfolio, that’s about 4% of our total enrollment.
    • We currently have 6-10 program(s) and/or majors actively using ePortfolio.
    • We currently have approximately 11-25 faculty using ePortfolios in their courses.
    • ePortfolio is used for Assessment on our campus at the Course level, Programatic level
    • Our professional development is provided via: Summer institues

Georgetown & the Catalyst Framework

Outcome Assessment (OA) Level

    • Emerging

Technology (TECH) Platform

    • Open Source


Browse Georgetown University's Stories and Practices:

Georgetown University – Professional Development Practice – Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Summer Institute

For over a decade, CNDLS has been putting on an annual weeklong institute on teaching every May. Over the years, this institute has transformed from a collection of workshops organized by theme to an intensive, cohort-based institute. Faculty inquiry and reflection on practice has always been the emphasis. Read more [...]

Georgetown University – Scaling Up Story

Reflective lifelong learning is at the core of Georgetown University’s mission. The University’s founding principle to promote intellectual, ethical, and spiritual understanding has been a constant through our changing times. Read more [...]

Georgetown University – Professional Development Story

CNDLS has developed a number of professional development programs and initiatives for Georgetown University faculty. Sustained inquiry, interdisciplinary communities of practice, and reflective, evidence-based documentation of innovative practices are hallmarks of all of these efforts. Read more [...]

Georgetown University – Social Pedagogy Practice

Students in the STIA (Science, Technology, and International Affairs) honors track for their undergraduate SFS (School of Foreign Service) degree produce ePortfolios during their final year in the program. Read more [...]

Georgetown University – Technology Story

Our ePortfolio Technology Story should begin and end with Looking Forward, but that is not to say there is not a story in between. Read more [...]

Georgetown University – Outcomes Assessment Story

At Georgetown, most outcome assessment tied to ePortfolios happens ad hoc at the course level. There have been conversations about using ePortfolios to identify the acquisition of program-wide skills, but no programs have yet committed to using ePortfolios exclusively for formal, program-wide assessment. More often, individual faculty members will ask students to develop an ePortfolio to demonstrate that they have met the key goals of the class. Read more [...]
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