e-portfolio

e-portfolio

(e'port-fo'le-o)
An electronic resume on a personalized website with links to one's personal data, philosophical perspectives, and academic, avocational, creative, and professional accomplishments.
Synonym: digital portfolio; electronic portfolio.
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Mutual feedback in e-portfolio assessment: An approach to the netfolio system.
In doing this, an e-portfolio was considered for a pilot by one cohort of nine apprentice teachers over their final 10 weeks of fieldwork and coursework.
During these months, the scholars will continue to hone their abilities through an e-Portfolio project and online independent learning under the guidance of the Takatuf Scholars Programme Directorate.
Whether or not traditional IS success models can be extended to assessing the success of e-Portfolio systems is rarely addressed.
Digital participants' artifacts from partners' installations are collected to the central installation personal e-portfolio. CAS service enables participants to login to any of partner installation, no matter where the conference takes place.
According to Barbera (2009) an e-portfolio is a detailed way to get information using critical and creative thought.
Over the past five years, a number and variety of e-portfolio products available for gathering and representing student learning have proliferated.
The initiatives, named as 'Minister's e-portfolio' and 'Knowledge Centre' will allow the electronic follow-up of major projects of each ministry in the UAE government.
Specifically, this cyber portfolio is an administrative tool that manages, organizes, displays and evaluates the e-portfolio of students.
Jaen discusses how the use of an electronic portfolio, or e-portfolio, may not only mean a design website, but a PowerPoint or PDF on a CD that the designer leaves with an interviewer at the end of a meeting.
Students also upload the contracts, along with accompanying reflection papers, faculty assessments, and other student achievements, to a customized honors e-portfolio that can be shown to graduate schools or future employers.
An e-portfolio is maintained and regularly examined to ensure that the graduate's training corresponds with their personal career plans and learning objectives.