Boston University

BC_CBoston University is no small operation. With over 33,000 undergraduate and graduate students from more than 140 countries, 10,000 faculty and staff, 17 schools and colleges, and 250 fields of study, BU’s two campuses are always humming, always in high gear. Below you’ll find all of the resources submitted by Boston University for the C2L Project.



Browse Boston University's Stories and Practices:

Scaling Up at Boston University: ePortfolio and Assessment at the College of General Studies

Our grant-funded, college-wide assessment of two years of general education at our college provides detailed data for program assessment and suggests a high degree of student learning in our program. Read more [...]

Boston University – The ePortfolio Portal to Professional Development

We adopted ePortfolios at the College of General Studies (CGS), Boston University, because we were looking for a means of assessing the impact of our program; we certainly got that, but along the way several faculty have expanded their areas of academic expertise and have won grants to support our electronic portfolio work and presented numerous papers and posters on ePortfolios at national and international conferences. Read more [...]

Boston University – Reflection as Integrative, Social Pedagogy: The College of General Studies’ Freshman End-of-Year Reflection

Using a rubric based on AAC&U models, our students reflect on their general education at the end of the first year at Boston University’s College of General Studies. Read more [...]

Boston University – Establishing a Structure for Assessing Student Learning

This practice engages faculty representatives of the four Divisions of the College of General Studies in ongoing collaborative work evaluating student work collected in e-Portfolios and representing four semesters of coursework in the program. Read more [...]

Boston University – Social Pedagogy and General Education: The CGS Capstone Project

The CGS Capstone embodies the principles of social pedagogy through its fusion of several High Impact Practices. Read more [...]

Boston University’s Experience with Digication ePortfolio Technology

The two most major of the support requests we made in the past year and a half have already been implemented, and some minor requests have been implemented within a week. Read more [...]

Assessing General Education at Boston University’s College of General Studies

Our assessment project at Boston University’s College of General Studies uses ePortfolio to evaluate student learning in our general education program. Read more [...]
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