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Using student e-portfolios to facilitate learning objective achievements in an outcome-based university

Posted on 13 Aug 2013 with 0 comments
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This study surveyed students from the College of Technological Innovation to learn about their perception and attitude towards using e-portfolios to showcase key learning activities and to foster learning. Study results show that overall; students have a positive attitude and opinion towards having to use the E-portfolio Assessment Management System to store their work and to document the achievement of specific learning outcomes. Students feel that they improved their learning experiences through the use of reflection. They also believe that using their e-portfolios allows them to better manage their learning. However, students did not think that they have become more interested in their courses or their degree program as a result of using their eportfolios.


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