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EPORTFOLIOS FOR ASSESSMENT 5

Mapping capability: lessons learned from providing web-based eportfolios
since 2002 through the Managed Assessment Portfolio System (MAPS) 5

ePortfolio as a learning and assessment tool for promoting leaner autonomy
in higher education 13

Enriching Assessment with ePortfolios 21

SOCIAL INCLUSION AND ACCESSIBILITY 23

The use of e-portfolios for social inclusion: What counts as valid evidence? 23 Accessibility in ePortfolio Architectures: Issues and Approaches 36 Providing a visual tool for dyslexics to build an e Portfolio 37

EPORTFOLIOS FOR TEACHER EDUCATION 39

Evolving methods and media for building communities of practice with
electronic portfolios in a teacher education context. 39

Professional and Career Development: The website which helps teachers
map their career and professional development 52

INTEROPERABILITY AND PORTABILITY 55

Portability and interoperability between ePortfolio Management Systems:
from the EPICC project the eXact Portfolio solution 55

Clear e-portfolio definitions: a prerequisite for effective interoperability 58 Interoperability: possibilities and probabilities 74 An ePortfolio approach in the Netherlands 80

EPORTFOLIOS POLICIES 87

National policies and case studies on the use of portfolios in teacher training 87

ePortfolio as Institutional Strategy: The Approach to Student Electronic
Portfolio Development at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) 105

ePortfolios for transition and integration – collaborative work in progress in
Nottingham’s schools, colleges and universities 110

EPORTFOLIOS: LEARNING AND LEARNERS 119

Recognising Learning: Educational and pedagogic issues in e-Portfolios 119

Research Driving Policy: Implications of Research on eFolio Minnesota for
Supporting Lifelong and Lifewide Learning with ePortfolios 128

DigOport: tool for quality assurance in higher (arts) education 129 Toward a Specification for Electronic Portfolios for Groups 136

Creation of a learning landscape: homogenizing weblogging, social
networking and e-portfolios 143

THE PEDAGOGICAL BENEFITS OF EPORTFOLIOS 151

Reflections on the implementation and pedagogical efficacy of ePortfolios. 151 The portfolio system in competence-based education with INHOLLAND. 165 Not just flashy! The development of an ePortfolio for Life 185

EPORTFOLIOS TECHNOLOGIES 193

Using Topic Maps for Integrating ePortfolio with eCurriculum 193

ePortfolios in ActiveMath

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Personal and Community Knowledge Management for New Enterprise KM
paradigm 223

EPORTFOLIOS FOR MEDICAL EDUCATION 231

Implementing ePortfolios: adapting technology to suit pedagogy and not
vice-versa ! 231

A Pilot e-Portfolio for Postgraduate Medical Trainees. (Work in progress;
paper and presentation) 233

EPORTFOLIOS FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 237

Using an ePortfolio to change an appraisal culture to performance
management. 237

Portfolio as a tool for academic education and professional development:
problems and challenges 243

Potential of using e-Portfolio for Evaluation of Educator’s ICT Competence 263

EPORTFOLIOS FOR WORK 273

Retail Detail: a tailored e-portfolio solution for a complete industry sector 273

EPORTFOLIOS IN SCHOOLS 275

ePortfolios in a Specialist Science and Mathematics School - A Work in
Progress 275

Digital Portfolios: A Dozen Lessons in a Dozen Years 284

BrainBank Learning – a Topic Maps E-portfolio system for Meaningful
Learning 289

EPORTFOLIOS IN HIGHER EDUCATION 299

The Challenges of Programmatic Implementation: Strategies for
Transforming a Curriculum 299

E-portfolio and Educational change in Higher Education 305

Asking important questions: Research on the influence of electronic
portfolios on student learning 309

Implementation and Evaluation of an e-portfolio across a UK Higher
Education Institution. 310

Beneath Still Waters: Mapping a Landscape for Understanding e-Portfolio Implementation in Higher Education

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