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7 Ways To Create E-Portfolios

Replacing paper portfolios of yore, electronic portfolios are the newest way to showcase your school work or career search materials. They're also used in the classroom to teach and grade.
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Pathbrite is one of several startups built specifically around e-portfolios. In addition to providing a showcase for a student's or professional's body of work or for a specific project, Pathbrite says its e-portfolios platform is being used in the classroom to improve course-passing rates, enable project-based learning and provide an alternative form of assessment.

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