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The AAEEBL ePortfolio Review, Volume 1, Number 1

Friday, November 11, 2016   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Marc Zaldivar
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We are very excited to announce the inaugural issue of the AAEEBL ePortfolio Review.  Designed to provide space for emerging thinking about ePortfolio research and practice, as well as a publication opportunity for those working in and with ePortfolio, the AePR focuses on timely, important topics written by leaders in the field. The articles may focus on a current controversy in our community that perhaps cannot be quickly or expeditiously addressed through a careful research process or on specific topics of interest to the wider ePortfolio community (for instance, assessment, high impact practices, etc.). 

This issue of the AEPR is available for download on the AAEEBL website (  You can find it at this address:  

In addition to the release of Volume 1, Number 1, we have a current Request For Proposals for Volume 1, Number 2, which will be published in March 2017.  The current RFP has a deadline of November 30, 2016, so submit your ideas right away!  Current RFP information is available on the AAEEBL website at


The current issue includes the following articles:


  • Empowering learners with ePortfolios. by Tracy Penny-Light.
  • An interactive ePortfolio synergises student learning. by Jia-Lin Yang
  • Using ePortfolios instead of an LMS: a model to promote life-ling learning and professional development. by Eric Howd.
  • Journey of the Wolf: ePortfolios in Alaska. by David Dannenberg, Heather Caldwell, and Paul Wasko.
  • A learning-oriented framework for integrating ePortfolios in a post-graduate module in distance education. by Christa van Staden.
  • What I really learned in College: holistic learning portfolios in a residential liberal arts setting. by Michael Egan.
  • A case for thick descriptions of ePortfolio contexts. by Trent Batson 

Many thanks to the hardworking efforts of the AEPR Executive Team who put together very attractive, very informative first issue!




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