The new Field Guide to Eportfolio, Why It Matters for Learning. has been recently released. The guide was a two year collaborative project of AAEEBL, AAC&U, IJeP and EPAC. Designed for the novice as well as expert user, a large cohort of authors developed twelve short chapters on various topics related to eportfolios bringing together… Continue reading
The following video shares a discussion George Kuh had at the Center for Engaged Learning’s Conference on “Excellent Practices in Mentoring Undergraduate Research.” In 2008, Kuh published a book defining a set of educational practices research demonstrated had a significant impact on student success. His ten high-impact practices have a tremendous impact on higher education.… Continue reading
The Association of American Colleges and Universities just released the latest issue of Peer Review. The Summer 2016 issue, titled Advancing Equity and Student Success through Eportfolios, is dedicated to Eportfolios. It “chronicles the current landscape of how colleges and universities are using eportfolios and will sketch out a vision for using eportfolios in the… Continue reading
Following up on a previous post, “Adding your LinkedIn™ profile to your ePortfolio” LinkedIn has now made it very easy to add your public profile badge to a blog, online resume/e-portfolio or a website. Promote yourself by selecting one of their LinkedIn™ image buttons. It is very simple, check out Create a public profile badge.
“Higher education still has not embraced the potential of eportfolios to serve as the basis for a re-thinking of an institution’s approach to learning.” Trent Batson Check out Trent Batson’s recent blog posting: Defining “ePortfolio”: Four Ways of Seeing an ePortfolio. He talks about the four contexts in which ePortfolio have significance. Learning Institutional assessment… Continue reading