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Frederick Barnhart, University Libraries

Jack Corliss, Information Services

Patrick Green, Experiential Learning

Jessica Horowitz, Graduate School

Shannon Milligan, FCIP

Bruce Montes, Information Services

Julia Pryce, FCIP

Carol Scheidenhelm, FCIP

Bill Sellers, ORS

Tim Walker, Information Services

Susan Wardzala, University Libraries

ePortfolio

Posted on: February 26th, 2013 by rashton 1 Comment

For faculty/departments

  • Need to clarify the process for faculty/departments to use ePortfolios
  • Questions about how to scale up appropriately while still maintaining best practices & an integrated approach.
  • Question of how to assess at the macro (institutional) level: CORE, university learning outcomes, etc.
  • How to reframe reflection assignments using multi-media – “multimodal reflection” – What resources exist on how to do that effectively?
  • Need for detailed/topic-based faculty trainings: How to Get Started, How to Structure Reflection Assignments, How to Best Integrated ePortfolios Into a Curriculum/Syllabus, etc.

Students

  • How to address student tendencies to procrastinate vs. be proactive about ePortfolios
  • Potential to use ePortfolios with the libraries to assess students’ information literacy.
  • How will faculty know if students are using projects from their courses in their 4-year ePortfolios?

One Response

  1. avatar rashton says:

    Thank you, Ashley Kehoe & Shannon Milligan, for facilitating this topic at the Spring 2013 FOTL.