The Field Guide to Eportfolio, a publication produced by more than fifty members of the ePortfolio field, provides an authoritative and representative account of the ePortfolio idea.
It combines entries on what the most important dimensions of the ePortfolio concept are with case studies from various countries.
This publication intends to be both an authoritative guide for how to understand ePortfolio in the context of higher education as well as an attempt to break new ground.
The Field Guide to Eportfolio is a collaborative of the Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL), the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U), the International Journal of ePortfolio (IJeP), and the Electronic Portfolio Action and Communication (EPAC) Community of Practice. The Field Guide was created by a number of key AAEEBL practitioners, researchers and technologists in partnership with AAC&U. It is now archived as a key look at the field, as a guide to ePortfolios and what they mean to/as/of/for education in that moment in time. Field Guide Editor, Kate Coleman with Kristina Hoeppner, Mahara Project Lead have been workshopping the Field Guide in 2018 to curate new resources for the field. We now invite a continued participatory approach to building into and onto the field for the future through workshopping the ideas that the possible/probable field will explore. This padlet has been created to collect and curate these ongoing resources for the next iteration of field guide users, we invite you to leave links to institutional web pages, published articles and other forms of digital collections for sharing in the ePortfolio community.
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