Association for Higher Education Electronic Portfolios Webcenter. This evolving site includes a clearinghouse for electronic portfolio
initiatives, a taxonomy for developers, and many other resources.
Barrett, Helen. Using
Technology to Support Alternative Assessment and Electronic
School of Education, University of Alaska Anchorage. This site includes
links to Barretts presentations and papers on portfolios for
teachers and students as well as an extensive annotated bibliography
on educational portfolios at every level.
Day, Michael, and others. Webfolio
Central (assessment and faculty development) and Student-Writing
Portfolios (student research report) were coordinated by M. Day
of Northern Illinois University.
at Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis (IUPUI) includes
individual and institutional e-portfolio information and resources.
Cambridge, Barbara, ed. Emerging
Practices: Electronic Portfolio Learning for Students, Faculty,
Institutions. Washington, DC: AAHE, 2001. This collection
may be the first to ocus entirely on digital portfolios. I was honored
to be invited to submit a chapter about my Webfolio Project.
Fitch, Kathy. Webfolio Resources. This site for a faculty workshop includes planning ideas as well as resources for assessing and designing electronic portfolios.
College Portfolio. When I first read about this early institutional
portfolio project, I modified the concept for the College
Page Template top
level of my students portfolio project, never mind that my
college doesn't actually have institutional portfolios yet.
Reiss, Donna. "Reflective Webfolios in a Humanities
Practices: Electronic Portfolio Learning for Students, Faculty, and
Institutions. 31-36. Barbara Cambridge, ed. Washington, DC:
AAHE, 2001. My chapter describes my TCC
Webfolio Project with particular
attention to reflective writing and student publication in a humanities
elective, Technology and the Liberal Arts.
Syverson, M. A. Beyond
Portfolios: The Online Learning Record. Computer Writing
and Research Lab, University of Texas at Austin. Students participate
actively in evaluating their writing and learning with a process
on five "dimensions of learning."
Cutting Edge. Originally designed to support women in education
and other professions in development of multimedia career portfolios,
this Australian project offers workshops for planning and production.
Yancey, Kathleen Blake, and Irwin Weiser, eds. Situating Portfolios: Four
Perspectives. Logan, UT: Utah State University Press, 1997. Part Four offers five
chapters about electronic portfolios for reflection and assessment.
Zubizarreta, John. The Learning Portfolio:Reflective
Practice for Improving Student Learning. Bolton: Anker,
2003 (in press). His extensive bibliography
of electronic learning portfolio Websites has been placed
online by the Michigan State University Teaching Assistant Program.