Abstract: The higher education community constantly seeks effective methods to evaluate student academic achievement and program learning outcomes. Many institutions in the new millennium have been embracing ePortfolios in various areas of higher education with multiple purposes of accountability, assessment, and support for learning. This paper examines the application of ePortfolios at Franklin University in enhancing transparency in learning and assessment in healthcare education. At Franklin University, four aspects of transparency in learning and assessment are identified for adult learners: relevance, visibility, accessibility, and scalability.
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