Powerful New Ways to Use ePortfolios in the Classroom
Here's an overview of the e-Portfolio project that is finalized during our E-Learning Certificate Program. Examples from program graduates are included.
This video will give you more information about ePortfolios:
This week's blog features top resources and emerging uses of ePortfolios in the classroom, including reflective practice and implementation challenges. Explore new ways of using digital portfolios to showcase, assess and deepen learning.Googlios
This site is where Google tools meet ePortfolios. It offers a collection of resources for those interested in using ePortfolios in Education. You will also find solid videos and examples using Google Sites.
Making Learning Visible and Meaningful Through Electronic Portfolios
Terrell Rhodes provides examples of how several higher ed campuses use rubrics with eportfolios to provide multi-dimensional evidence of students' abilities.
ePortfolios with Google Apps
Helen Barrett's extensive experience with eportfolios is evident in her comprehensive guide to using Google Apps for ePortfolios.
Is the Future of ePortfolios in Your Pocket?
Helen Barrett challenges educators to consider how mobile learning tools can be used to capture learning "on the fly" for ongoing revision of eportfolios.
The Learning Portfolio: Reflective Practice for Improving Student Learning (pdf - 19 pages)
John Zubizaretta describes key questions to consider when developing effective portfolios to support reflective learning. Included are sample questions to help students reflect on their learning.
Joan Vandervelde's rubric can be used for assessment of student eportfolios.
A 10-Step Plan for Getting Started with ePortfolios
Nick Rate's slideshare presentation describes the thought processes behind the ten steps needed to implement a successful eportfolio program.
Electronic Portfolios for Student Learning?
Amy Cavendar offers five key questions for all educators to consider when implementing eportfolios.
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