A Few Words on ePortfolios

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“Increasingly in the future students will be responsible for managing their own online learning records and creative products. Though they may use a variety of services –  such as Blogger, Flickr, YouTube, Google Docs, and more – to store their work, they will need to manage these resources, index them, and enable access to them. This will enable them to balance between the process-oriented and product-oriented aspect of their work. This will become important as employers will over time rely less on tests and formal assessments, and will instead look for tangible evidence of personal achievement in web-based repositories. Maintaining an ePortfolio will become tomorrow’s equivalent of achieving certification and polishing up one’s resumé.”

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