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E-Portfolios: From Academia To The Workplace
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Deb Donston-Miller
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Deb Donston-Miller,
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8/22/2013 | 4:55:48 PM
re: E-Portfolios: From Academia To The Workplace
Increasingly students, even at the K-12 grades, are "showing what they know" in ways other than paper-and-pencil tests. A comic showing what you know about the Aztecs, or an imagined Facebook conversation between "George Washington" and "Barack Obama," or a video of a skit that illustrates some economic theory in real-world action ... I think the the possibilities are endless!

Deb Donston-Miller
Contributing Editor, InformationWeek
David F. Carr
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8/19/2013 | 12:41:54 PM
re: E-Portfolios: From Academia To The Workplace
Still wondering how useful e-portfolios are to to economics or business or history majors, as opposed to art or (in this case) digital media types.
Deb Donston-Miller
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Deb Donston-Miller,
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8/17/2013 | 1:20:53 AM
re: E-Portfolios: From Academia To The Workplace
What are the most important characteristics of an e-portfolio that can stand the test of time? Will more colleges and universities allow students access to e-portfolios after they become alumni?

Deb Donston-Miller
Contributing Editor, InformationWeek


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