The Educational Potential of e-Portfolios: Supporting Personal Development and Reflective Learning - Connecting with E-learning (Paperback)
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The Educational Potential of e-Portfolios: Supporting Personal Development and Reflective Learning - Connecting with E-learning (Paperback)

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Paperback 14 Pages / Published: 20/04/2007
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E-portfolios are a valuable learning and assessment tool. They can serve as an administrative tool to manage and organise work, to present course assignments and act as the medium for learners to record their learning goals, outcomes and achievements. They encourage personal reflection and involve the exchange of ideas and feedback.

Using technology in this way supports students' abilities in using and exploiting technology for professional and personal purposes, enabling any time, any place learning and peer learning and facilitating the provision of tutor feedback.

e-Portfolios is a comprehensive, practical guide for lecturers and staff developers who need to know more about the development of purposeful e-portfolios for supporting students in reflecting on their learning.

Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
ISBN: 9780415412148
Number of pages: 14
Weight: 249 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 12 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

'The book is a really good place to start researching the potential of embarking on eportfolio adventures. It successfully provides practical and theoretical information to potential new users so they can make an informed decision as to whether eportfolios could enhance the learning experience for their students' -Escalate, July 16, 2008

"The book's content, organization, and accessibility make it a must-read for any instructor, manager, or individual interested in using e-portfolios as a tool for personal development and reflective learning." - Technical Communication, Volume 55, Number 3, August 2008

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