Abstract: High-impact educational practices, including team-based learning (TBL) and the use of ePortfolio technology, have been demonstrated to support student learning. This project used a mixed-methods, pre- and post-semester design to examine the combined effect of TBL and the use of team ePortfolios as collaborative workspaces in an upper-division, undergraduate Health Education: Theory and Practice course. Quantitative findings show that students experienced statistically significant increases in their health education competencies and confidence working as health educators, over the course of the semester. Qualitative findings illustrate that students found TBL and the use of a well-integrated ePortfolio effective in supporting their skill development as members of collaborative teams and future health educators. Together, these findings suggest that ePortfolios can be effectively used to create shared online workspaces, support TBL, and develop students’ skills in many disciplines.
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