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Peer Review Winter 2014

Current Issue:
Winter 2014, Vol. 16, No. 1

E-Portfolios:
For Reflection, Learning, and Assessment

E-portfolios are now being used in more than half of US colleges and universities. This issue provides examples of how engaging with e-portfolios enhances student learning and can be used for assessment and students’ professional preparation and job searches.

BUY NOW

 


CONTENTS:

From the Guest Editor

ANALYSIS

E-Portfolios: A Look at Where We've Been, Where We Are Now, and Where We're (Possibly) Going
Susan Kahn, Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis

Completion, Quality, and Change: The Difference E-Portfolios Make
Bret Eynon, LaGuardia Community College, CUNY; Laura M. Gambino, Stella and Charles Guttman Community College, CUNY; and Judit Török, LaGuardia Community College, CUNY

PRACTICE

Linking Advising and E-Portfolios for Engagement: Design, Evolution, Assessment, and University-Wide Implementation
G. Alex Ambrose, Holly E. Martin, and Hugh R. Page, Jr.; all of University of Notre Dame

Reflection Builds Twenty-First-Century Professionals
Lillian A. Rafeldt, Three Rivers Community College (TRCC); Heather Jane Bader, Lawrence Memorial Hospital; Nancy Lesnick Czarzasty, Ellen Freeman, Edith Ouellet, and Judith M. Snayd; all of TRCC

A Metacognitive Approach to Mapping Collaborative Inquiry
through E-Portfolios

Kathy Takayama, Brown University

Portraits of Learning: Comprehensive Assessment through
E-Portfolios in the Metro Academies Project

Savita Malik, Alycia Shada, Ruth Cox, Maggie Beers, and Mary Beth Love; all of San Francisco State University

Putting E-Portfolios at the Center of Our Learning
Laura M. Gambino, Stella and Charles Guttman Community College, CUNY

REALITY CHECK

The Next Whole Thing in Higher Education
Randy Bass, Georgetown University, and Connect to Learning Project

 
 
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