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Portland State University's new online business degree program is using e-portfolios to document students' academic and professional growth.
Kathleen Cercone's insight:
Then in year three, a "contemporary leadership issues" course will have students revisit their leadership purpose text from year one and refine that to reflect their newfound knowledge and experience. As a capstone, students must take on a community project, the results of which will also go into the e-portfolio. Simultaneously, students will also go through a "career management and digital portfolio" class, where they redact anything that can't be made public (frequently the case with the output from the capstone course) and shift the contents of their coursework into a custom LinkedIn community.
The National Center for Academic Transformation (NCAT) works through a four-stage iterative process to advance the use of information technology in improving student learning and reducing instructional costs.
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