Abstract: This conceptual model emerged from the need to balance multiple purposes and perspectives associated with developing an ePortfolio designed to promote student development and success. A comprehensive review of literature from various disciplines, theoretical frameworks, and scholarship, including self-authorship, reflection, ePortfolio pedagogy, and the psychology of hope and goal setting, set the groundwork for the model. The Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis ePortfolio includes 4 domains: (a) increasing understanding of self and others, (b) setting self-concordant goals, (c) developing hope, and (d) shaping education and career plans with a focus on facilitating students’ ability to integrate learning to promote meaning making and the development of purpose.
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Buyarski, C. A., Aaron, R. W., Hansen, M., Hollingsworth, C. D., Johnson, C. A., Kahn, S., Landis, C., Pedersen, J. S., & Powell, A. (2015). Purpose and Pedagogy: A Conceptual Model for an ePortfolio. Theory Into Practice, 54(4), 283–291. https://doi.org/10.1080/00405841.2015.1076691