Need to Know Webcast: Introducing Artsonia Classroom Mode: Student-Generated Digital Portfolios


Need to Know Webcast
Introducing Artsonia Classroom Mode: Student-Generated Digital Portfolios
November 6, 2017 | 7-8 pm ET
Cost: FREE

Join Tiffany Rahn and Jim Meyers as they lead an overview of Classroom Mode, the simple way for students to create their own digital portfolios in Artsonia. Learn how these student portfolios can also be used for assessment, classroom management, art program fundraising, and more!

Classroom Mode bypasses the task of art teachers taking thousands of photographs of artwork each year for publication, and instead provides a hands-on opportunity for students to learn about photography, curating their own portfolio, and creating thoughtful titles and artist statements.

Artsonia is world’s largest online student art museum, offering free, educational and fundraising programs for schools, teachers, and parents. Each year, thousands of art teachers nationwide showcase their students’ artwork online at

Please note that participation in this webcast does not include NAEA professional development credit.

Jim Meyers

Co-founder/CEO, Artsonia

Jim Meyers is cofounder and CEO of Artsonia and oversees all of the organization’s day-to-day operations. Originally from a small town in Indiana, Meyers has a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Notre Dame. Through his work and dedication, Artsonia has been awarded distinguished service awards for its support of arts education by the National Art Education Association and by the Art Education Associations of New Jersey, Illinois, Colorado, and Michigan.

Tiffany Rahn

Director of Education, Artsonia

Tiffany Rahn was the first employee hired by Artsonia in 2004 and currently serves as director of education. Rahn is responsible for teacher communications and also serves on the research and development team. She can often be found hosting webinars, presenting at education conventions, and providing support and resources to educators.

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