Publications on ePortfolio: Archives of the Research Landscape (PEARL)

School graduation finals are dead - long live the students e-portfolio


Konstantinos, D. (2021). School graduation finals are dead - long live the students e-portfolio. International Journal of Science and Technology Education Research, 12(2), 8–14.


The concept of e-portfolios is to reflect an avenue into the past, present, and future of a person; displaying his or her lifetime education and devotion to further development, represents a valuable tool in aiding students’ not only in their academic growth, but mainly in their transition into higher education levels or even new careers. In the last few years, especially after the COVID-19 pandemic, the use of e-portfolios has shown an unexpected rise on university level, in its use to meet new developed needs. This work gives a brief definition of e-portfolios, how faculty members and students gain from them, and how to select the correct e-portfolio platform to support traditional school graduation final exams and university enrolment systems. Key words: Education, e-portfolio, schools final exams, university enrolment, transform education, embedding technology in education.

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