Abstract: In this paper we aim to capture the trends of using the digital portfolio as a form of learning and evaluation of students. The portfolio, as a modern approach to teaching assessment strategies, has gained popularity in the activity of higher education. As expected, postmodern accents of digitization lead to the transfer of the classic, printed portfolio into the electronic portfolio (also known as e-Folio, e-portfolio, E-Folio, or online portfolio). In order to validate the students' willingness to work with digital portfolios, we asked a short online questionnaire, with 4 questions that focused mainly on the working experience of students on these portfolios, either classic or digital. A number of 310 students in their second and third year of study answered the questionnaire. The respondents are currently students of several faculties at Babes-Bolyai University. We believe that the openness of students to whatever involves using technology and devices is very large and we should take advantage of it.
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