Pace University

BC_CPace University is a private university with campuses located in New York City and Westchester County. Pace offers its nearly 13,000 students a variety of bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs in its Lubin School of Business, Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, College of Health Professions, School of Education, School of Law, and Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems. Below you’ll find all of the resources submitted by Pace University for the C2L Project.



Browse Pace University's Stories and Practices:

Pace University – Setting the Pace: Teaching Circles as ePortfolio Professional Development

The Teaching Circles consist of three workshop-style meetings throughout a semester with a group of 10 faculty who earn a stipend for their participation, as well as their commitment to using ePortfolios in at least one course the following semester Read more [...]

Keeping Pace: Teaching Circles as the Cornerstone of Pace’s ePortfolio Project, our Professional Development Story

Through semester-long, hands-on workshops which encourage application and reflection, faculty members from across the University’s diverse schools and college engage in the incorporation of ePortfolio into their teaching. Read more [...]

Reflective Thinking and Writing as Systematic Practice at Pace University

At Pace, reflective writing and thinking, a cornerstone of the ePortfolio experience, is being infused in many courses, but the Reflective Practice of the Writing Program, especially in Writing in the Disciplines course is highlighted. Read more [...]

Scaling Up Story: Picking Up the Pace with ePortfolios

Pace University’s mission is to graduate critically thinking professionals. Over the years Pace adopted ePortfolios as an academic passport for students to experience a dynamic educational experience. Read more [...]

Pace University – Getting Social with Bio

Dr. Andrew Wier’s microbiology course requires students to interact with one another as they build a robust ePortfolio pagededicated to a specific species of bacterial phylum. Read more [...]

Pace University – Mahara: From Bucket List to Implementation

In one year, we went from scattered ePortfolio usage and awareness to an institutional approach with a vision, a template and Mahara. Read more [...]

Pace University – Increasing our Pace: Measuring Student Learning using Rubrics and ePortfolios

Interdisciplinary and cross-departmental teams of faculty and staff members use rubrics to review and rate student work in ePortfolios, looking for authentic evidence of student learning Read more [...]
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