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ePortfolio as a Technology: How Can Platforms Make a Difference?
C2Ls analysis of ePortfolio technology discusses the importance of the platform selection process and examines the ways ePortfolio technology can deepen student learning, professional development and outcomes assessment.

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Articles related to ePortfolio Technology

Batson, T. (2007, December 12) “The ePortfolio Hijacked,” Campus Technology. Retrieved from:

Batson, T. (2012). ” 12 Important Trends in the ePortfolio Industry for Education and for Learning.” Campus Technology. Retrieved from:

Batson, T. & Chen, H. (2008). “Next Generation ePortfolio.” Academic Impressions. Retrieved from:

Cambridge, B.L. (Ed.). (2001). Electronic portfolios: Emerging practices
in student, faculty, and institutional learning. Washington, D.C.: American Association for Higher Education.

Chen, H.L. & Penny Light, T. Electronic Portfolios and Student Success: Effectiveness, Efficiency and Learning. Retrieved from:

Chen, H.L. (2009). Using ePortfolios to support lifelong and lifewide learning.
In D. Cambridge, B. Cambridge, K. Yancey (Eds.), Electronic Portfolios 2.0:
Emergent Findings and Shared Questions. Sterling, VA: Stylus.

Chen, H.L., & Mazow, C. (June 16, 2002). Electronic Learning Portfolios in
Student Affairs, Net Results,

Greenberg, G. (2004).” The Digital Convergence: Extending the Portfolio Model.” Educause Review 39/4 (2004), 28-37. Retrieved from:

Yancey, K.B. (2001). Digitized Student Portfolios. Retrieved from:

Waters, J. (2007). ePortfolios Meet Social Softward. Campus Technology. Retrieved from:


EPAC’s ePortfolio-Related Tools and Technologies

AAEEBL Webinar Series: Exploring EPortfolio Platforms

Helen Barrett ePortfolio resource site

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