ePortfolio Effectiveness: A(n Ill-Fated) Search for Empirical Support

In ePortfolio Effectiveness: A(n Ill-Fated) Search for Empirical Support, the Bryan & Chittum (2013), the authors review the research on ePortfolios, in particular they seek to find empirical evidence of learning effectiveness. They conclude that although  ePortfolio research has been moving from descriptive articles about implementation towards more focus on learning effectiveness, the literature focuses on student and faculty perceptions of ePortfolios rather than providing evidence of impact on learning.

ePortfolio Effectiveness: A(n Ill-Fated) Search for Empirical Support

About Lucas Wright

I work as a learning technology specialist in the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology at the University of British Columbia

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