ePortfolio Action & Communication Community of Practice

EPAC/AAEEBL Meetups

  • March 2018 Meetup:  Coming Soon!
  • January 2018 Meetup Two:  Post-Forum Debrief and Reflection on AAC&U 9th Annual Forum on Digital Learning and ePortfolios
    “ePortfolios and the American Dream: Empowering Students to Take Ownership of Their Futures”
  • January 2018 Meetup One:  Pre-Forum Preflection and Explorations on AAC&U 9th Annual Forum on Digital Learning and ePortfolios
    “ePortfolios and the American Dream: Empowering Students to Take Ownership of Their Futures”
  • December 2017 Meetup:  Reflective Practices in STEM

Joining EPAC is currently free and all community members share the following benefits:

  • Virtual interactions through online chats & discussions, audio and video conferences discussing ePortfolio-related issues, case studies, pedagogical approaches, assessment techniques and best practices;
  • Networking and face-to-face opportunities with EPAC members at conferences and meetings;
  • Exchange of resources via the EPAC email listserv and wiki;
  • Tracking of international and national conferences, requests for proposals and funding opportunities;
  • Active exploration and evaluation of tools and practices to support ePortfolio-related activities, reflective thinking, and community-building.

To join EPAC, subscribe to the listserv here.

Previously sponsored by the National Learning Infrastructure Initiative/Educause Learning Initiative and the American Association for Higher Education, the EPAC Community of Practice has been a leading resource on ePortfolios since October 2002.

Current EPAC co-facilitators include: Helen L. Chen (Stanford University) and John Ittelson (California State University Monterey Bay).  For more information or if you have any questions about EPAC, please contact Helen L. Chen.

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