From brainstorming, to project-based learning and evaluation, ePortfolios remain powerful tools to assess and present students’ work. Also, as their productions will (ultimately!) follow them through their postsecondary course, the selected ePortfolio platform must provide many features (interoperability, maintenance, ergonomy, etc.) to ensure its long-term sustainability and use.
Portfolios and ePortfolios have been a subject of interest in pedagogy for many years; however, it is only recently that large scale initiatives have been taken to implement them in the classroom.
In this last webinar of the semester, Isabelle Sperano, User Experience Designer and Lecturer at the School of Design, Université Laval, and Évelyne Granger, project manager at APOP, will discuss the use of ePortfolios for higher education. As an example, they will present Sherpa: an ePortfolio designed specifically for Québec’s cégeps and universities.