Browsing Office of University Writing (General) by Subject "High Impact Practices"
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As outward-facing ePortfolios become more common, students, educators, administrators, and staff need guiding principles to ground their practice. Indeed, members voiced this need during the 2018 AAEEBL Annual Meeting. In ...
Assessment Institute Insights: Preparing for the 2021 HIPs in The States Track at the Assessment Institute
Joining the Assessment Institute and expanding the reach of HIPs in the States has provided opportunities to come together as a community and welcome colleagues from other tracks who are new to HIPs.
In response to rising concerns about digital ethics in ePortfolio practice, the Association for Authentic, Experiential, Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL) created a Digital Ethics Task Force charged with researching and ...
Digital ethics in ePortfolios: Version 2.0, resource development by the AAEEBL Digital Ethics ePortfolio Task Force in 2021
The Digital Ethics ePortfolio Task Force for the Association for Authentic, Experiential, & Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL) continued to bring together international ePortfolio scholars and practitioners to establish ...
ePortfolio Assessment as Faculty Development: Gathering Reliable Data and Increasing Faculty Confidence
An ePortfolio Assessment Institute (AI) structured as a faculty development opportunity was undertaken to increase faculty confidence in teaching and assessing ePortfolios and to collect reliable data about student performance ...
Trouble and transformation in higher education: Identifying threshold concepts through faculty narratives about teaching writing
The theory of threshold concepts has given faculty a powerful way to name foundational, but difficult, disciplinary concepts. However, there is no methodological consensus about the best ways to identify them. In this ...