ePortfolio will become a facet of the overall college culture: A course, program, and institutional assessment and presentation tool.
• A shared teaching and learning tool that enables more options for the collection, reflection and assessment of evidence over time
• Transition from instructor/program led, text-based, template design to a design that increases student ownership over the development and structure of ePortfolios
• Faculty will re-evaluate assignment configurations and reflect on teaching practices to foster learning environments that promote feedback exchange, transparent assessments for learning and student autonomy, regarding what and how evidence is gathered and presented
• To increase the use of alternative modalities for presenting work/assignments. As ePortfolio is increasingly incorporated into the culture of faculty assignments, student work and reflections, we will develop programs/training that support and increase use of new technologies (web 2.0, video, etc.)