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New Directions for Student Services

2007 Volume 119, Number

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. E-Portfolios: Concepts, Designs, and Integration within Student Affairs

    Jeff W. Garis

    This chapter provides an overview of e-portfolio concepts and designs. It describes a model that outlines an array of dimensions for the categorization of e-portfolio systems, reviews selected... More

    pp. 3-16

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  2. E-Portfolios: A Collaboration between Student Affairs and Faculty

    Glenn Johnson & Jack R. Rayman

    This chapter describes how a commitment to instructional design principles has prompted the evolution of collaborative interaction between student affairs professionals and academic faculty.... More

    pp. 17-30

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  3. Enhancing Learning and Assessment through E-Portfolios: A Collaborative Effort in Connecticut

    Diane J. Goldsmith

    E-portfolios are a rich, flexible tool for teaching, learning, and assessment. They provide institutions with a way to assess how well they are educating their students. However, it is important... More

    pp. 31-42

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  4. Development and Implementation of an E-Portfolio as a University-Wide Program

    Jill A. Lumsden

    The Florida State University's e-portfolio program, FSU Career Portfolio (Lumsden and others, 2001), is a student-managed portfolio system that students and alumni can use to reflect on and... More

    pp. 43-63

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  5. Adaptation of the Career Portfolio at the University of California, San Diego: A Case Study

    Andrew Ceperley & Craig Schmidt

    In fall 2004, the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) officially launched its own customized version of the online Career Portfolio, originally developed by Florida State University (Lumsden... More

    pp. 65-72

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  6. Adaptation of a Career Portfolio at Georgia Tech: A Case Study

    Ralph Mobley

    This chapter describes the planning, development, testing, and implementation of Georgia Tech's online career portfolio, as well as the challenges associated with adaptation of the program. More

    pp. 73-81

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  7. Program Evaluation of E-Portfolios

    Robert C. Reardon & Sarah Lucas Hartley

    The e-portfolio phenomenon has been likened to a massive technology wave hitting the wide beaches of higher education (Ayala, 2006). A review of the literature suggests that this wave might change ... More

    pp. 83-97

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  8. Concluding Observations and Implications of E-Portfolios for Student Affairs Leadership and Programming

    Jon C. Dalton

    Technology has received much praise and blame for its uses and influence in higher education over the past twenty-five years. It has been widely praised for its contributions to management... More

    pp. 99-106

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