Abstract: Given the initial excitement in the early 2000s about the potential of eportfolios for advancing integrative learning and authentic assessment in higher education, one might imagine that eportfolios would be ubiquitous in the academy, replacing final exams, cumbersome assessment processes, resumes, and even transcripts. The rate of eportfolio adoption follows Rogers' (2003) Diffusion of Innovation theory, which describes the process of adopting of new technologies over time with the standard bell curve illustrating the process. [...]we are learning that to sustain and continue to grow interest and use, we must continue to promote and support new users.
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Reynolds, C., & Pirie, M. (2016). Creating an Eportfolio Culture on Campus through Platform Selection and Implementation. Peer Review, 18(3), 21–24. https://www.aacu.org/peerreview/2016/summer/Reynolds