Presenters: Kathleen Blake Yancey, Kellogg W. Hunt Professor of English and Distinguished Research Professor, Florida State University
Steve Gilbert, Beth Dailey, TLT Group and others
For ePortfolios, aren’t we well beyond the “miracle vs. catastrophe” phase for new educational technologies/strategies? So it makes sense to ask these questions:
What are some basic models of eportfolios?
How many faculty are using ePortfolios? And for what purposes?
What are some current developments in ePortfolio operating at the classroom level?
What are some current developments operating in national and international contexts?
For faculty who have not used ePortfolios much before or at all, but who are ready to begin soon, what are one or two things they could do first?
“Digitized Student Portfolios” by Kathleen Blake Yancey PDF version available at: http://www.bu.edu/eportfolio/files/2010/09/Yancey-ePortfolios.pdf
Defining “ePortfolio”: Four Ways of Seeing an ePortfolio The Problem of Defining “ePortfolio” Posted by Trent Batson Ph. D., AAEEBL, Monday, March 16, 2015
Cambridge, Cambridge, and Yancey. Electronic Portfolios 2.0. Washington, DC: Stylus, 2009.
“Composing, Networks, and Electronic Portfolios: Notes toward a Theory of Assessing ePortfolios.”: Kathleen Blake Yancey, Stephen J. McElroy, and Elizabeth Powers:http://ccdigitalpress.org/dwae/files/08.pdf
Landis, Cynthia, Susan Scott, and Susan Kahn. “Examining the Role of Reflection in ePortfolios: A Case Study.” International Journal of ePortfolio 5.2 (2015), 107-121: http://www.theijep.com/pdf/IJEP168.pdf
Catalyst for Learning: http://c2l.mcnrc.org/
Europortfolio Maturity Matrix: http://www.europortfolio.org/matrix
Inter/National Coalition for Electronic Portfolio Research: ncepr.org
The Field Guide to Eportfolios: AAEEBL.org
International Journal of ePortfolio: http://www.theijep.com/
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