The Freshman Celebration is a two day event that we hold every fall and it takes place both in the room and also there’s a virtual component to it. The in-the-room projects are often times displays, posters, and then the virtual projects is the different multimedia projects they can submit to Portfolium. Portfolium is used in Virtual Freshman Celebration as a way to put all their projects together in a clear, concise format. For this project I decided to do a video. Me and my team really wanted to express in the video how everyone has problems and everyone has their own success stories. It’s like a medium to show all your success and your experiences. Portfolium allows them to help develop their online identity as professional students and then over the course of the years, how they grow from there, what their arc is. So at the end of it potential employers can see, “Wow, look at that learning curve. If they can do that here. Imagine what they can do for my company.” The Freshman Celebration was a project on Portfolium. It had to deal with a book that we read in that class. We had to apply to it how we related to the book. A lot of people get to see my projects I put out there. I get a lot of feedback, and you can connect with other people. I like that. It’s pretty nice. Faculty who have traditionally done in-the-room projects are now looking at perhaps submitting Portfolium projects next year because they have seen the energy that is around Portfolium. They’ve seen students being engaged in each other’s projects, and they also realize that this is part of helping students develop their online persona for the long term over their academic career.