You have - no doubt - tuned in to the buzz about ePortfolios. Digital portfolios certainly were the talk of ISTE 2012 in June.
This post provides links to resources for ePortfolios as well as asking five essential questions.
* Whose ePortfolio is it?
* Who will read the ePorfolio, and for what purpose?
* Who will curate and organize the materials of an ePortfolio?
* What shape will the ePortfolio take, and where should it be housed?
* What is the teacher's role?
When choosing to move in the direction of ePortfolios there are many questions that we need to answer. This post helps us begin to think deeply about issues that surround the use and management of ePortfolios.
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