Creating and maintaining an electronic teaching portfolio

Online resources related to:

  • Electronic portfolios - an efficient way to maintain up to date evidence of teaching effectiveness
  • Streamlining the compilation and maintenance processes


New ePortfolio resource
The University's Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences has launched an ePortfolio to support staff in improving and enhancing their teaching in line with University performance expectations. You can view the ePortfolio by visiting the Faculty's Teaching and Learning Hub http://www.fmhshub.auckland.ac.nz where you might start by watching videos of the Dean of the FMHS and the Associate Dean Education FMHS talking about the importance of this initiative.

An overview of e-Portfolios
2005 Article by George Lorenzo and John Ittelson

The digital convergence: extending the portfolio model
2004 article by Gary Greenberg

ePortfolio list
Stonybrook University lists 17 tools for the creation of a personal ePortfolio.

The Johns Hopkins Digital Portfolio
Take the Interactive Tour of this example of 'a digital portfolio that can be designed and implemented as a pre-service, employment, or professional development tool'.

Virginia Tech Electronic Portfolios
Described as "An online, personal information management system giving students, faculty, and staff an efficient way to collect, integrate, and share a wide variety of academic, career, and personal information".

 
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