Tag Archives: e-Portfolios

The personal, the platform and the political

Read This paper examines issues surrounding the use of electronic portfolios for personal development planning (PDP) in sociology. These are now a common feature of many virtual learning environments (VLEs) across higher education institutions. However, while such an approach can … Continue reading

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Reflective Learning and ePortfolio in the Social Sciences

This paper presents the findings of research into student views and uses of an electronic portfolio, which was introduced on a large undergraduate social science degree programme to promote reflective learning and personal development planning. The findings indicate that, while … Continue reading

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e-Portfolios for Recognition of Prior Learning Assessment

Although current engagement with e-portfolios in the vocational education and training (VET) sector, and in particular, for recognition of prior learning (RPL), is limited, this report demonstrates how e-portfolios are supporting all components of good RPL practice through effective evidence … Continue reading

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