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Issue 3: ePortfolios as High Impact Practice
Call for papers
The AAEEBL ePortfolio Review (AePR) is AAEEBL’s online journal serving the needs of the global eportfolio community and seeks to promote portfolio learning as a major way to transform higher education. AePR is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles about research, technology, program development and practical issues in ePortfolio practice. AePR features a collaborative author/editor approach, in which editors can make substantive contributions that shape the final article. AePR is published tri-annually (October/November, March/April and July/August), for eportfolio practitioners, administrators, and students. Each issue has a specific theme, chosen by the editorial team.


The AAEEBL Review offers potential authors the opportunity to submit papers that cover all aspects of eportfolio use. We encourage submissions and proposals from the doers, strategic thinkers, and innovators involved in eportfolio use at all levels of education.  Topics include methods to improve instruction, cultural and/or social barriers, opportunities for implementation, research findings, financial issues, technical issues, assessment methodologies, funding initiatives, book or tool reviews, and accreditation issues.

Issue 3 Theme: ePortfolios as High Impact Practices
High Impact Practices will be a central theme at AAEEBL’s 2017 Annual Conference in Portland. Issue 3 will be published in July.  For this issue, we are specifically looking for articles on SIGs in research, informed practice, works in progress, reports on specialized topics, pilot studies, or brief articles on innovative practice in technology-supported teaching and learning.
Article Types
We're particularly interested in the following types of articles:
• Longer articles (3,000 to 5,000 words) about practical research, administrative reports, or case studies with generalizable results – again, not as peer-reviewed research but as reports.
• Short articles (1,000 to 1,500 words) discussing a case study at an institution/course, offering advice and opinions to other eportfolio practitioners.
• How-to articles, tutorials on specific tools or approaches (500 to 1,500 words).
• Interviews (500 to 1000 words) with key individuals directly involved with the use of eportfolios.
• Announcements (up to 300 words) of items regarding the use of eportfolios in the field.

To submit your proposal, go to

Important Dates for Issue 3

Submission Deadline                4 March

Notification of Acceptance        2-3 weeks from the submission date

Draft Article Due                       20 April

Publication                                13 July


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