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By Stephen C. Ehrmann, Director, The Flashlight Program, for the TLT Group. Part I of this chapter of the Flashlight Evaluation Handbook is designed for people who lead and support ePortfolio initiatives at an institutional or wider level. It describes an activity-focused approach to guiding and accelerating ePortfolio use at...
By Stephen C. Ehrmann, Director, The Flashlight Program, for the TLT Group. Part I of this chapter of the FlashlightEvaluation Handbook is designed for people who lead and support ePortfolio initiatives at an institutional or wider level. It describes an activity-focused approach to guiding and accelerating ePortfolio use at an institution. It includes suggestions for how to
a)Select which activities to improve;
b)Accelerate the pace at which these activities can develop, and
c)Limit the costs, stress and risk associated with carrying out those activities.
Part II is aimed more an academic staff and those who educate and support them; it describes how individual instructors can use student feedback to figure out how to fine-tune use of ePortfolios in individual courses.
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