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Integrating e-Portfolios into Your Assessment Strategy

Posted on Thursday, November 11th, 2010

Integrating E-Portfolios Into Your Assessment Strategy, from Academic Impressions, is being co-sponsored by the Office of Academic Assessment and ITS-Educational Technology.

Wednesday, November 17
Noon-2 p.m.
Oak Room, lower level of Maucker Union

Feel free to come late and/or leave early, as your schedule allows.  Bring your lunch and something to drink; cookies will be provided.

The webinar will "review and address basic issues and challenges related to using e-portfolios for learning and assessment"; the agenda is as follows:

  • Alignment of learning outcomes in course and program design
  • Addressing assessment of vs. assessment for learning (summative and formative learning assessment)
  • Collecting evidence of educational effectiveness
    • Tracking students' progress toward course, department, program, and/or institutional learning goals
    • Exploring the range of applications and uses of different kinds of evidence
  • Case studies illustrating how Folio Thinking and e-portfolio pedagogy and technology can support learning assessment efforts

Presenters include (for additional information see the link above):

  • Helen Chen, Stanford University
  • John Ittelson, California State University
  • Tracy Penny Light, St. Jerome's University