Abstract (2009): Potential of e-portfolios in higher education

Baumgartner, Peter, Sabine Zauchner, and Reinhard Bauer, ed. 2009. Potential of E-portfolios in Higher Education. Innsbruck; Piscataway, N.J.: StudienVerlag ; Distributed by Transaction Publishers.

  • Introduction —
  • Theoretical approaches and foundation —
  • Developing a taxonomy for electronic portfolios / Peter Baumgartner —
  • Implications of lifelong learning on higher education: a European policy perspective on promoting lifelong learning and implications for higher education with special emphasis on the role of ICT / Friedrich Scheuermann, Ernesto Villalba —
  • Didactical approaches —
  • Ethical issues related to the use of e-portfolios / Christina B. Class —
  • E–portfolio as a means to reflect on and assess learning: didactical challenges for higher education / Wolf Hilzensauer, Sandra Schaffert —
  • Integration of e-portfolios in higher education from the pedagogical and didactical point of view / Kerstin Mayrberger —
  • Using e-portfolios as an assessment instrument within the study-program “problem-solving competencies” / Thomas Sporer, Silvia Sippel, Philip Meyer —
  • Implementation —
  • Implementation strategies for e-portfolios in Austrian higher education / Klaus Himpsl —
  • A competence oriented e-teaching portfolio concept for academic staff development / Marianne Merkt —
  • E-portfolio implementation strategy in higher education: juggling with many balls / Marij Veugelers —
  • Construction of one’s identity: a student’s view on the potential of e-portfolios / Reinhard Bauer —
  • Meeting the challenges: further perspectives —
  • E-portfolio interoperability revisited: position paper / Serge Ravet.

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