Abstract: This article focuses on how to assess reflective artifacts in ePortfolios from multiple perspectives for holistic and authentic learning and career development. We specifically identify the video‑selfie, a series of short testimonials captured on video, as an artifact type because the assessor can observe multiple dimensions of learning likely to occur in an experiential learning process and important to integrated learning. The ePortfolio is a strong tool with the ability to capture and help students authentically describe rich, experiential, and high‑impact learning gains across topics and environments. Using video reflections as an artifact in ePortfolios helps both learners and facilitators identify, document, and gain insight on cognitive, affective, and behavioral outcomes.
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