Thursday April 7, 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Track 1: Quality
Track 2: Equality & Opportunity
Track 3: Sustainability
Track 5: Visibility
Karen Lee
Director of Educational Effectiveness; Professor and Chair of English
Vanguard University
The Learning Benefits of ePortfolios

What started as an efficiency exercise lead to one focused on great learning benefits for students. We were initially attracted ePortfolios because of the ease of management. Four years later, we have discovered the learning benefits of them when they allow students to focus on the learning process.Through reflection and metacognition, students are learning how to learn and are able to address learning difficulties through this ongoing self-assessment.

Sammy Elzarka
Director, Center for the Advancement of Faculty Excellence
University of La Verne
Co-Curricular ePortfolios for Health Sciences

We piloted a co-curricular ePortfolio with a self-reflective component for students to show how participation in student associations, advocacy, research, community service, service learning, and wellness activities contributed to leadership, communication skills, and professionalism. The project promoted learning and demonstrated contribution to the public good in a visible, compelling way.

David Turbow
Outcomes Assessment Coordinator
University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences