Student ePortfolios Overview
Student ePortfolios allow students to reflect on their international experiences and courses while creating a digital archive of acquired skills and accomplishments. Electronic Portfolios can be used to foster global learning, connections among experiences, and career development.
ePortfolios encourage students to develop an awareness of their own growth.
The expanding use of ePortfolios at institutions around the country provides 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 to provide multiple layers of feedback and diverse perspectives. ePortfolios promote integrative learning by having students collect, select, reflect and connect new experiences and understandings to the big picture they have come to know.
- Carl Straumsheim (Inside Higher ED): Promising Portfolios
- George Lorenzo and John Ittelson (Educause): An Overview of ePortfolios
- Overview of various ePortfolio Tools
- Randy Bass (Georgetown University): ePortfolio Pedagogy
- Sharon Bradley: ePortfolios (.pdf)
- Tracey Madden (Higher Education Academy): Supporting Student e-Portfolios
- Zeer, E. F. & Stepanova, L. N. (2018). Portfolio as an Instrumental Means Of Self-Evaluation of Educational and Professional Achievements of Students
- Miller, R. & Morgaine, W. (2009). The Benefits of ePortfolios for Students and Faculty in Their Own Words
- Kuh, G. D. (2008). High-Impact Educational Practices: What They Are, Who Has Access to Them and Why They Matter
- Jonan Donaldson (Educause): Digital Portfolios in the Age of the Read/Write Web