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Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie

Apr 06, 2009 Volume 34, Number 3

Editors

Heather Kanuka; Liam Rourke

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. The value of eJournals to support ePortfolio development for assessment in teacher education

    Susan Crichton, University of Calgary; Gail Kopp & Gail Kopp

    This paper presents findings from a two-year pilot project into the use of ePortfolios as a tool for assessment in a two year, field-oriented, inquiry-based teacher preparation program.... More

  2. From a social digital identity to an academic digital identity: Introducing ePortfolios in English language enhancement courses

    Preet Hiradhar, Jeremy Gray & Jeremy Gray, Lingnan University

    Abstract: Social digital networking is a facet of living that recognizes no national borders or social boundaries and has become a way of life. This paper investigates the social networking habits ... More

  3. Exploiter son portfolio numérique : construire son identité professionnelle numérique pour valoriser ses competences / The use of a personal digital portfolio: how to build its own professional digital identity and enhance its competences

    Philippe-Didier Gauthier & Philippe-Didier Gauthier, Université Catholique de l’Ouest

    Résumé : Les étudiants de l’enseignement supérieur et des formations professionnelles sont confrontés aux exigences d’employabilité et de mobilité professionnelle. Comment s’y préparer ? Quelles... More

  4. Comparing students’ perceptions of paper-based and electronic portfolios

    Maarten van Wesel, Maastricht University; Anouk Prop & Anouk Prop

    \Electronic portfolios offer many advantages to their paper-based counterparts, including, but not limited to working on ICT skills, adding multimedia and easier sharing of the portfolio. Previous ... More

  5. From ePortfolios to iPortfolios: The find, refine, design, and bind model

    Sebastian Foti, University of North Florida; Gail Ring & Gail Ring, Clemson University

    During the past two decades, educational institutions around the world began formalizing the process of collecting student work as a means of showcasing student accomplishments and ultimately... More

  6. Encouraging self-regulated learning through electronic portfolios

    Philip Abrami, Concordia University; Anne Wade, Vanitha Pillay, Ofra Aslan, Eva Bures, Caitlin Bentley & Caitlin Bentley

    At the Centre for the Study of Learning and Performance (CSLP) at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec, we have developed the Electronic Portfolio Encouraging Active Reflective Learning... More

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  7. A special issue shift from dual medium to open access academic publishing

    Michele Jacobsen & Michele Jacobsen, University of Calgary

  8. Exploiter son portfolio numrique: construire son identit professionnelle numrique pour valoriser ses competences / The use of a personal digital portfolio: how to build its own professional digital identity and enhance its competences

    Philippe-Didier Gauthier

    Rsum : Les tudiants de l\u2019enseignement suprieur et des formations professionnelles sont confronts aux exigences d\u2019employabilit et de mobilit professionnelle. Comment s\u2019y prparer ?... More

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