The Application of Eportfolio in Higher Education: implications for Student Learning

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  • Andrea Ximena Castaño Sánchez Departament de Pedagogia. Universitat Rovira i Virgili

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17345/ute.2014.2.462

Paraules clau:

PLE, eportfolio, learning environment, higher education, self-regulated learning

Resum

Nowadays universities are introducing educational changes in their teaching practices and their assessment strategies. These changes are involving many areas in the university. One of the places where most of the changes are initiated is from the classroom settings. To support them, eportfolios in general are being used as a form to align the principles stated from the Bolonia Process towards a teaching more centred on the student supporting other aspects like mobility and recognition. Therefore, developing effective use of technology applied to education for teaching and learning has become an important challenge. In this regard, the main goal of this thesis was to identify learning environment characteristics when applying eportfolios for teaching and learning and students’ characteristics that could influence a meaningful learning.

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2014-12-31

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Castaño Sánchez, A. X. (2014). The Application of Eportfolio in Higher Education: implications for Student Learning. Revista De Ciències De l’Educació, 1(2), 99–103. https://doi.org/10.17345/ute.2014.2.462

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