Trent Batson’s blog contains frequent postings on developments in the use of ePortfolios. Batson heads up the Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL), a leading organization in this field. Two postings in particular:
Trent Batson’s review of the past dozen or so years of ePortfolio developments, titled “Defining ‘ePortfolio’: Four Ways of Seeing an ePortfolio” (March 16, 2015)
“Notes Toward a Theory of Evidence-Based Learning (EBL)” (January 13, 2015)
Material (in PDF format) presented at a Sept. 10, 2013, workshop for UC graduate students on “ePortfolios and Their Role in Academic Professional Development.”
Material presented at an Oct. 10, 2012, workshop for graduate students, on showcasing your teaching for the job search. For such a showcase, one major tool: ePortfolios.
Ohio University: This section collects a number of materials relating to a two-day set of presentations and workshops on ePortfolios that I facilitated at Ohio University, in Athens, Ohio, on Sept. 19 and 20, 2013.
So what’s the value of an ePortfolio? – an overview of ePortfolios more generally, as well as some specific examples from within the eportfolio landscape, at UC and beyond
The analogy of the Wunderkammer to describe an ePortfolio
UC perspectives on ePortfolios – UC views other than mine about ePortfolios. Your own comments about ePortfolios are particularly welcome in this section.
Showcases for ePortfolios – examples from both students and faculty, from within UC but also from other institutions
Teaching portfolios – resources specifically for faculty who are developing ePortfolios
Resources for the development of a statement of teaching philosophy
An example of an assignment that might be included in a teaching or a course portfolio
Suggestions on various ways to use eportfolios to gather student work
How student ePortfolios might reflect the work of a class alongside work for a more public showcase
WordPress as a course-specific blogging tool for students
Suggestions on managing the workflow created by student portfolios