Abstract: One of the main focuses of the teacher training in Quebec is professionalization (Government of Quebec, 2001). To promote this professionalization, it is essential to build the training structure from field reflective analysis (Perrenoud, 2001), by mobilizing a series of resources including theoretical and practical knowledge (Perrenoud, 1998). As such, students embark on a professional development process, or a process of change and transformation (Uwamariya & Mukamurera, 2005) supported by reflective practice (Buysse & Vanhulle, 2009). Since 2014, a research team at the Université du Québec à Chicoutimi has been experimenting with the implementation of the ePortfolio as part of internships. This article presents the analysis of the points of view of academic supervisors (ASs) and associate professors (APs) on: 1) the links created between the courses and the internships with the ePortfolio; 2) support provided by the ASs and APs to foster reflection on these links and; 3) the implications of the ePortfolio on the evaluation of the intern. This article examines the results of a survey conducted among associate professors (N = 19) as well as those stemming from two discussion groups composed of academic supervisors (N = 8). Three factors emerge from this research, namely that in its current form, the ePortfolio fosters links between the various types of knowledge, but these links are rather unclear for those accompanying the students (ASs and APs); the assistance logic with the ePortfolio is normative and speculative, first and foremost, and lastly, that the ePortfolio has a regulating function for the AP, but not for the AS. Recommendations for the integration of the ePortfolio are made in this regard.
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