the evernote notebook can be good for an eportfolio but I am not sure how you can put notes together when you select a series of artefacts for a particular purpose nor how you get comments/feedback on these artefacts in context
This site has been designed to serve as an online guide for doctoral students and postdoctoral scholars, enrolled in the HETC program at the University of Delaware, to create their professional academic ePortfolio for academic career purposes.
videoed presentation. Lisa describes why she chooses certain elements and stress the importance of letting personality, in the context of the purpose of her eportfoliom show through
Intervention lors des journées du Colloque international e-éducation : Place des apprenants et repositionnement des enseignants à̀ l’ère des réseau
presentation in French language. Exemples of use in a college. General EPortfolio practices, difficult to define ePortfolio as use is multifaceted, and depend on focus, context and user. Very informative. Makes me think more and more about ePortfolio as any learner's approach esp. in the era of MOOC
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