ePortfolios are dynamic, continuously developed representations of personal and professional identities on the web. Now standard practice for many students and instructors, ePortfolios typically include integrated, progressive presentation around evidence, reflection, and assessment of learning and teaching experiences. In this session, learn what makes an ePortfolio, why they are important to teaching and learning, how to create one, and best practices for using them.

Objectives:

  • Define the major components of an ePortfolio
  • Distinguish between various types of ePortfolios and their specific purposes
  • Apply best practices to begin incorporating ePortfolios into instructional practice
  • Identify and locate resources and support for designing, facilitating, and assessing ePortfolios for learning

Training for: 
Faculty
Staff
Type of Training: 
Live Training: OnlineLive Training: Online
Training Topic: 
Communication
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