International Journal of ePortfolio

Volume 7 • Number 1 • 2017

Instructional Articles

Factors that Contribute to ePortfolio Persistence
         Tilisa Thibodeaux, Lamar University
         Cynthia Cummings, Lamar University
         Dwayne Harapnuik, Lamar University
pp. 1-12

Thinking Skills by Design: Using a Capstone ePortfolio to Promote Reflection, Critical Thinking, and Curriculum Integration
         Cathleen Morreale, University at Buffalo
         Carol Van Zile-Tamsen, University at Buffalo
         Cheryl A. Emerson, University at Buffalo
         Matthew Herzog, University at Buffalo
pp. 13-28

Close Reading: Engaging and Empowering History Students Through Document Analysis on ePortfolio
         Jordi Getman-Eraso, Bronx Community College
         Kate Culkin, Bronx Community College
pp. 29-42

Navigating Multiple ePortfolios: Lessons Learned From a Capstone Seminar
         Katie Richards-Schuster, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
         Joseph Galura, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
pp. 43-52

The Use of Visual Images in Building Professional Self Identities
         Jennifer Munday, Charles Sturt University
         Jennifer Rowley, University of Sydney
         Patsie Polly, University of New South Wales
pp. 53-65

Building Personal Brands with Digital Storytelling ePortfolios
         Beata Jones, Texas Christian Univiersity
         Carrie Leverenz, Texas Christian Univiersity
pp. 67-91

Using Digital Portfolios to Develop Non-Traditional Domains in Special Education Settings
         Mary Clancy, Cooke Center Academy
         Jessica Gardner, Cooke Center Academy
pp. 93-100
Assessment Article

Examining the Impact of the Creation of Digital Portfolios by High School Teachers and Their Students on Teaching and Learning
         Clare R. Kilbane, Otterbein University
         Natalie B. Milman, George Washington University
pp. 101-109





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