Integrating E-portfolios: Guiding Questions and Experiences
AbstractThis paper presents a case study of the use of an e-portfolio in a human biology distance course that aimed to foster student refl ection on assignment feedback. An academic developer used a guided question approach to help the lecturer consider pedagogy, administration, and student support of the e-portfolio activity. The authors present student feedback of their e-portfolio experience and the summative assessment for the e-portfolio activity. They
also consider the challenges of introducing e-portfolios in a single course.
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