Important e-Portfolio research is being conducted by the The Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL,www.aaeebl.org). We would like to encourage Digication Administrators to share their experiences and add their voices to this important discussion by participating in theAAEEBL 2012 survey!
The AAEEBL Research Committee, chaired by Helen Chen of Stanford University, is a group of volunteers who conduct significant research initiatives to gain a greater understanding about eportfolio use.
Their 2012 survey aims to assess the motivations, benefits, strengths, and challenges of eportfolio implementations across diverse institutions. In particular, this survey will examine how eportfolio pedagogies and assessment strategies are being promoted globally in higher education and also will aim at identifying conditions conducive to successful eportfolio implementation.
Thank you for your participation and for all the great work your community contributes to the advancement of e-Portfolios!
Participate in the 2012 survey by June 22: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2012aaeeblsurvey
You may also be interested in viewing the results of the AAEEBL 2011 survey here: http://www.aaeebl.org/Resources/Documents/TAL/TAL_v3n3_2013_06.pdf
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