How can we use ePortfolios to help students reflect upon and improve their learning?

Presentation 2B
Teaching and Learning
Darren Cambridge
Helen Chen
Glen Johnson

Darren Cambridge is Assistant Professor at George Mason University. He co-leads the Inter/National Coalition for Electronic Portfolio Research, heads the IMS Global Learning Consortium ePortfolios group, and he is co-editor of Electronic Portfolios 2.0. His book on eportfolios and lifelong learning will be published by Jossey-Bass in 2010.

Helen L. Chen is a Research Scientist at the Stanford Center for Innovations in Learning in the Human-Sciences Technologies Advanced Research Institute at Stanford University. Her current research interests focus on the application of ePortfolios. She is a founding member and co-facilitator of the Electronic Portfolio community of practice (EPAC) and a member of the national advisory board for AAC&U's Valid Assessment of Learning in Undergraduate Education project.

Glenn serves as project manager for Penn State's e-Portfolio Initiative, a university-wide initiative that was launched in the Spring of 2002. Glenn works to identify and collaboratively support faculty, students and staff who have expressed interest in student e-Portfolios for the purposes of helping students use their Penn State Personal Web Space to plan, reflect upon and publish what they have learned at Penn State.

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