Portfolios: Where Are They?

Portfolios? What are they? Can I check them out? Where are they hiding? How are they organized? What’s an artifact? What does a portfolio “look” like? If you’ve asked any of these questions then you are in luck. We have a brand new screencast just for you on things portfolio.

Most portfolios are keep in the Library’s locked area, so you really need to search the catalog, write down the call number, and ask the librarian at the reference desk to get it for you.

If you have your heart set on taking one home, it’s now possible. Go to the back of the library and you’ll find a small number of portfolios between the theses and the Claudia Lewis collection that have been cleared for circulation, i.e., they have met copyright clearance requirements, and have obtained permission to use names or masked identities appropriately.

If you’d like to know a little bit more about portfolios and other IMP options visit the Graduate School’s Integrative Master’s Project (IMP) page.

Reference librarian at Bank Street College Library.

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  1. […] students can also look at bound portfolios that can circulate, all of which have met copyright and confidentiality requirements in the same […]

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