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Seelio at West Virginia University’s Department of Communication Studies

In the spring of 2013, we met Brittany Swope, a student from West Virginia University, who was building a great portfolio on Seelio. We messaged her to compliment her work and soon we were talking with her professor, Andrea Weber. It didn’t take long to see that WVU’s Department of Communication Studies was committed to helping students capture their classroom learning to demonstrate how it is preparing them for their future.

Seelio at WVU

Later that fall, we launched an official partnership with the Department of Communication Studies to embed Seelio directly into cornerstone classes to enable students to begin capturing competencies from day one of their college experience. Students began creating their portfolio with assignments and extracurricular activities, tagging their experiences with the core competencies of the Communication Studies program.

WVU Comm Studies Competencies

Communication Studies Competencies as Tags

We’ve since expanded to additional courses and also host a showcase of WVU Communication Studies Alumni that students can use to connect with alumni for mentorship opportunities.

We love working with the talented faculty and students at WVU and we’re excited to continue to help students capture their learning outcomes and stand out in their job search!

See Seelio from the perspective of faculty and students at WVU:

 

See WVU’s Department of Communication Studies on Seelio: seelio.com/g/wvucommstudies.


Learn more about bringing Seelio to your campus at seelio.com/educators

Seelio at the University of Toledo

Seelio & The University of Toledo

In the fall of 2013, we launched a partnership with the University of Toledo to work with faculty and students in the College of Communication and the Arts and the Jesup Scott Honors College to implement portfolios into courses and experiential learning programs.

“The University of Toledo is focused on helping our students take their degrees into the marketplace and earn their dream jobs. The Seelio partnership is another example of how we are enhancing the student experience and long-term value of a UT degree.”  Dr. Scott Scarborough, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs

Since then, we have loved partnering with hundreds of talented students, faculty, and staff members at UT who embraced Seelio and began documenting the great work that was happening across campus.

Earlier this spring, we were able to capture some of those experiences on film with UT’s talented videographers. Take a moment to hear from deans, faculty members, and students about their Seelio experience:

Hear from the College of Communication and the Arts:


Hear from the Jesup Scott Honors College:


See an excerpt from our Annual Review with UT Leaders and Students and our partners at Intern in Ohio:


We are grateful to have worked with so many talented individuals and look forward to more opportunities to help UT students connect with their dream jobs by capturing their entire educational experience on Seelio!


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Learn more about bringing Seelio to your campus at seelio.com/educators