Collaborative Learning and the ePortfolio - ePortfolios for Arts Students
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“Going Public” with electronic portfolios: Audience, community, and the terms of student ownership

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Key words: Creative writing, audience, computer-mediated community, document exchange, electronic portfolio, student ownership

 

This paper details two teacher's responses to including an electronic portfolio as part of their creative writing courses. 

 

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S8755461596900109

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Repositori institucional: Mutual feedback in e-portfolio assessment : an approach to the netfolio system

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Keywords: Networks; Cooperation; Instructional Effectiveness; College Students; Peer Evaluation; Feedback (Response); Portfolios (Background Materials); Evaluators; Student Evaluation; Portfolio Assessment; Virtual Classrooms; Educational Technology; Computer Uses in Education

 

Full article - http://openaccess.uoc.edu/webapps/o2/bitstream/10609/1295/1/03_mutaul-feedback_bjet_2008.pdf

 

This paper presents findings from an exploratory, mixed-methods study of an alternative application of e-Portfolios in the context of university student assessment.

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The TRIAD Project: Using Internet communications to challenge students' understandings of choreography

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(2002). The TRIAD Project: Using Internet communications to challenge students' understandings of choreography. Research in Dance Education: Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 21-34. doi: 10.1080/14647890220129096
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Keywords: choreography, dance, digital multimedia, e-learning, peer learning, reflection

This paper evaluates the success of an international online dance project, which involved approximately 40 dancers aged 9 – 18.

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