Assessment & Accountability: How are they different? What is the role of ePortfolios? Where do we see things moving in the future for programs & individuals?

Presentation 2A
Kathy Sucher
Penny Swenson
Kathleen Yancey
(PPT unavailable.)

Kathryn Sucher, ScD, RD is a Professor at San Jose State University and is currently the ePortfolio coordinator for the campus as well as the Assessment Liaison for her college. For the past two years she has been using ePortfolios for: 1) a campus FYE project on integrated/intentional learning, 2) her department's evaluation of student learning outcomes and 3) developing presentations for dietetic interns' accomplishments.

Penelope Swenson, Ph.D., is interim chair of the CSU Bakersfield Ed.D. program and coordinator of C&I programs. She teaches in Educational Administration and Curriculum and Instruction and uses various technologies as tools to support effective teaching and learning. She uses these tools in ePortfolios, assessments, distance learning, and within hybrids and face-to-face courses too.

Kathleen Yancey Kathleen Blake Yancey is Kellogg Hunt Professor of English at Florida State University, where she directs the graduate program in Rhetoric and Composition. Immediate Past President of the National Council of Teachers of English, she co-founded and co-directs the Inter/National Coalition on Electronic Portfolio Research and is co-editing the soon-to-be-released _Electronic Portfolios 2.0_.

Sucher Presentation (ppt)

Swenson Presentation (ppt)

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