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The University of Iowa College of Education is recognized for the development of the Iowa ePortfolio™ Model. New graduates now enter the workforce with a diploma and a set of integrated digital tools that afford short-term career advantages and long-term professional benefits.The Iowa ePortfolio™ Model is a web-based system...
The University of Iowa College of Education is recognized for the development of the Iowa ePortfolio™ Model. New graduates now enter the workforce with a diploma and a set of integrated digital tools that afford short-term career advantages and long-term professional benefits.
The Iowa ePortfolio™ Model is a web-based system designed to meet mandated standards and performance assessment requirements. It combines the integration of technologies, academic coursework, field experience, and a skills-based hiring tool for professional advancement. The Iowa ePortfolio™ Model provides the architecture within which students can develop their skills, reflect on their practice, and showcase their strengths to a range of relevant audiences including accreditation teams at both state and national levels.
In a survey conducted by the Educational Placement Office, 80% of the responding administrators stated that a job seeker’s portfolio can be a significant selection tool. A well-prepared portfolio can contribute to interview success; however, hiring officials caution that a poorly-constructed portfolio can diminish employment opportunities.