Saturday, July 10, 2004
EDUCAUSE REVIEW | July/August 2004,Volume 39, Number 4
EDUCAUSE REVIEW | July/August 2004,Volume 39, Number 4: "We are still working toward a common definition for electronic portfolios, or ePortfolios.1 Ideally, all work in an electronic portfolio not only is digital but also is available on the Internet. Yet even though materials may be visible on the Web, the ePortfolio is not simply a personal home page with links to examples of work. In addition, unlike a typical application program, such as word processing, an ePortfolio is a network application that provides the author with administrative functions for managing and organizing work (files) created with different applications and for controlling who can see the work and who can discuss the work (access)."
Posted by Graham Stanley at Saturday, July 10, 2004