Electronic Portfolio

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Student will review Course Materials area for weekly reading.
? Student will assemble all assignments completed in this course to compile an E-Portfolio for submission to the weekly assignment folder.
? Student will participate in weekly discussion board questions.

We are now going to create the e-portfolio we have been working on throughout the course.

As, Electronic Portfolios are becoming more accepted within the academic and professional fields, we need to learn how to develop and create an effective e-portfolio. E-portfolio consists of three different categories: student e-portfolios, teacher e-portfolios and institutional e-portfolios. (Lorenzo and Ittelson, 2005) Each of these accomplishes the task of collecting and presenting data and accomplishments of the individual.

E-portfolios have many different functions which include the following:

Plan educational programs

Document knowledge, skills, abilities and learning

Track development within a program

Find a Job

Evaluate a course

Monitor and evaluate performance. (Greenberg, 2004)

Any combination of there different functions can be used to create an effective e-portfolio.


Lorenzo, G. & Ittelson, J. (2005, July). An Overview of E-Portfolios. From http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ELI3001.pdf

G. Greenberg, β€œThe Digital Convergence: Extending the Portfolios Model,” Educause Review, vol. 39, no. 4 (July/August 2004), pp. 28-36,


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