Abstract: In a spring 2015 faculty survey that had a surprisingly good 17 percent response rate for an emailed instrument, 62 percent of the respondents thought the eportfolio requirement had a "very" or "mostly" positive impact on the general education program, and 61 percent said that it had a "very" or "mostly" positive impact on students' ability to demonstrate their progress toward general education learning outcomes. [...]we are somewhat emboldened to know that when the "no evidence" student portfolios are set aside, our data looks quite similar to the Multi-State Collaborative pilot-year data for community colleges.
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Hubert, D. (2016). Eportfolios, Assessment, and General Education Transformation. Advancing Equity and Student Success through Eportfolios, 18(3), 25–28. https://www.aacu.org/peerreview/2016/summer/Hubert