Using Digital Portfolios to Evaluate Learning
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Ice, P., Stewart, M. & Bain, B. (2010). Using Digital Portfolios to Evaluate Learning. In Z. Abas et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of Global Learn 2010 (p. 143). AACE.
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To evaluate digital coursework, you need enhanced assessment tools with capabilities for digital commenting and collaborative reviewing. Digital assessment is particularly appropriate for grading collections of projects or ePortfolios, semester or year-long projects, and multimedia projects. In this guide, learn how to use the commenting, markup, and collaborative reviewing capabilities in Acrobat to digitally assess your students' coursework. This presentation will demonstrate how multiple file types can be aggregated, reviewed and graded in a common format. Ideas for implementing course and program-wide portfolio strategies will be presented. Means for extending the review process through interactive techniques will be emphasized.
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