E-portfolios are an important learning and assessment tool. An e-portfolio can be used across multiple departments and fields. E-portfolios are digitized collection of a students work that can be comprised of graphic, text, or other multimedia elements.
e-Portfolios as Assessments
The expanding use of e-portfolios at institutions around the country provide students with the opportunity to showcase their knowledge and grasp of a particular subject area in a meaningful way. E-portfolios can be reviewed by student peers, faculty, and working professionals in the field.
- Carl Straumsheim (Inside Higher ED): Promising Portfolios
- George Lorenzo and John Ittelson (Educause): An Overview of E-portfolios
- Overview of various E-portfolio Tools
- Randy Bass (Georgetown University): ePortfolio Pedagogy
- Sharon Bradley: ePortfolios (pdf)
- Jonan Donaldson (Educause): Digital Portfolios in the Age of the Read/Write Web
- ePortfolios in Higher Education: Leveraging Technologies for learning
- Tracey Madden (Higher Education Academy): Supporting Student e-Portfolios