Institutionalizing the ePortfolio. Judith Kirkpatrick Kapi’olani Community College Benefits, challenges, answers, and how to succeed at implementation. For students, faculty, and administrators. Benefits for Students. ePortfolios:
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Institutionalizing the ePortfolio
Kapi’olani Community College
Benefits, challenges, answers, and how to succeed at implementation.
For students, faculty, and administrators.
Limited faculty and student time and energy
Lack of funding
Lack of understanding of the value of ePortfolios in enhancing student learning
The willingness of faculty and administrators to promote the ePortfolio and folio thinking
The need for faculty and students to develop the skills to use ePortfolio
Inadequate technological resources and support
Fear of technology
Resistance to change
Educating ePortfolio audiences for viewing
Assessment of Learning
Course & Program level
Learning Beyond the Classroom
Co-Curricular Activities, Service or Experiential Learning
Career DevelopmentFaculty Concerns
Promotion & tenure