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About FrogFolio

The “Why” and “How” of FrogFolio

Join the FrogFolio Team for one of our The “Why” and “How” of FrogFolio workshops this semester! During this workshop, attendees will learn how to navigate Digication, and discover resources and tools that enhance their ePortfolio online presence. Participants will also learn how to use FrogFolio to archive, display, and reflect upon their learning experiences at TCU. This workshop is offered at the following dates, times, and locations:

  • October 10th @ 12pm – Incubator Lab Rees-Jones
  • October 24th @ 2pm – Scharbauer 2003
  • November 13th @ 1pm – Scharbauer 2003

Lunch will be provided to those who RSVP. RSVP today at

Workshop Flyer (pdf)


TCU’s FrogFolio program exemplifies student-directed, learning-centered, mentor-assisted education. FrogFolio is part of TCU’s Academy of Tomorrow.

What is FrogFolio exactly? It’s more than a student’s academic diary and it’s more than simply technology.  A FrogFolio comes to life in three stages, when students:

  • Collect learning artifacts;
  • Select learning artifacts for representation; and
  • Reflect on the meaning of those artifacts and the relationships among them.

While other universities have ePortfolios, FrogFolio can be customized by students and faculty to help students focus on TCU’s mission statement by developing certain habits of mind. FrogFolio aims to help students develop knowledge and ability to act as ethical leaders, responsible citizens, and global community members who are informed by the liberal arts.