ePortfolio as Curriculum: Models and Practices for Developing Students’ ePortfolio Literacy (FBG)
Faculty Book Group | Fall 2021 | Meeting 2
You are invited to join a group of colleagues who will be reading and discussing the book ePortfolio as Curriculum: Models and Practices for Developing Students’ ePortfolio Literacy, edited by Kathleen Blake Yancey.
The publisher’s website describes the book as follows: “At a moment when the ePortfolio has been recognized as a high impact practice – as a unique site for hosting student integrative learning and as a powerful genre for assessment – this book provides faculty, staff, and administrators with a set of frameworks and models useful for guiding students in designing and creating ePortfolios that clearly communicate their purpose and effectively use the affordances of the medium.”
This book group will be facilitated by Eric Detweiler, and will meet four times via Zoom:
- September 28, October 5, October 19, October 26
- 10-11 AM
- Zoom meetings
Each participant will be provided with a copy of the book in advance of the first meeting.
Participation is limited; if you are interested in joining the group, please register as soon as possible.
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