Reimagining Assessment Through ePortfolios: What Are They and How Can They Improve Learning in Your Courses and Programs?
With Elizabeth Wardle, Will Chesher, and guest speakers Elaine Miller (philosophy), Gaile Pohlhaus (philosophy), Bruce D'Arcus (geography) and Todd Stuart (arts management & entrepreneurship)
This workshop focuses on the design and use of ePortfolios in the classroom, inviting participants to rethink assessment and encourage students to reflect on their growth as writers and learners. Guest speakers will share the ways they’ve used ePortfolios in their own courses and participants will be invited to share ideas and ask questions as they consider how to develop their own ePortfolios.
When: Wednesday, Sept. 15 or Thursday, Sept. 16, 11:40AM–1:00PM
Where: King Library Room 133 (The HCWE) and Zoom
In-person attendance is limited to 10 people, first come first served. All others are welcome to join virutally via Zoom. Designate your choice for attending when you sign up.
Thursday, September 16 at 11:40am to 1:00pm
King Library Room 133 (The HCWE)