Abstract: Students generally use e-portfolios to collect their work, reflect upon strengths and weaknesses, and strive to improve. Equally beneficial are the data that faculty, departments, and institutions derive when they assess the work in portfolios, reflect upon it in curricular contexts, and use the data and reflections to plan for improvement. E-portfolios provide a rich resource for both students and faculty to learn about achievement of important outcomes over time, make connections among disparate parts of the curriculum, gain insights leading to improvement, and develop identities as learners or as facilitators of learning.
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Miller, R., & Morgaine, W. (2009). The Benefits of E-Portfolios for Students and Faculty in Their Own Words. Peer Review, 11(1), 8–12. https://www.aacu.org/publications-research/periodicals/benefits-e-portfolios-students-and-faculty-their-own-words