The guide, Effective Practice with e-Portfolios, investigates current good practice in the use of e-portfolios as a support to learning and as an aid to progression to the next stage of education or to employment.

'Effective Practice with e-Portfolios' publication

The guide, Effective Practice with e-Portfolios, investigates current good practice in the use of e-portfolios as a support to learning and as an aid to progression to the next stage of education or to employment.

Effective Practice with e-Portfolios PublicationLaunched at ALT-C in September 2008, Effective Practice with e-Portfolios draws out key points from established and innovative examples of practice in further and higher education and from a selection of significant JISC-funded projects on e-portfolios.

The publication complements an infoKit on e-portfolios which synthesises the main outcomes from JISC-funded projects in this field and covers the main drivers, purposes, processes, perspectives and issues around e-portfolios. Audiences for both resources will be those whose roles might involve use or implementation of e-portfolios as a tool for learning: learners, practitioners and managers in FE and HE, including IT and network staff; professional bodies; those involved in initial teacher training and in the management and implementation of PDP practice.

A supporting series of workshops took place during the academic year 2008- 2009. An online resource around these workshops including all presentations and activities will be available shortly. See further information

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Effective Practive with e-Portfolios - PDF
Effective Practice with e-Portfolios - Text-only Word

 

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