Resources for Faculty
- AAEEBL (Association for Authentic, Experiential & Evidence-Based Learning) http://www.aaeebl.org/ Founded in 2009, AAEEBL is the emerging international professional association for ePortfolio practitioners.
- AAC&U (Association of American Colleges & Universities) http://www.aacu.org/ a leading national higher education organization, sponsors an annual national ePortfolio Forum, and has created the VALUE rubrics as a way of strengthening the use of ePortfolio for assessment.
- CUNY Academic Commons http://commons.gc.cuny.edu/ provides a vibrant pedagogical resource-sharing site for faculty and staff working at the City University of New York.
- ePortfolio Action & Communication (ePAC) http://epac.pbwiki.com/ is a far-flung network, knit together through a blog and web-based interaction.
- ePortfolio California http://eportfolioca.org/
While targeted towards California's educational institutions, the website provides valuable resources for other organizations that are working with ePortfofios.
- Inter/National Coalition for ePortfolio Research http://ncepr.org/
Active since 2004, this network of organizations works together to study the impact of ePortfolio on their campuses.
- International Journal of ePortfolio Research http://www.theijep.com/ is the first scholarly journal focused on ePortfolio. Launched in January 2011, it is hosted by Virginia Tech.
- Making Connections National Resource Center http://www.lagcc.cuny.edu/connections/
Based at LaGuardia Community College, the Making Connections National Resource Center provides programs and resources to the field. Founded in 2008, and funded by FIPSE and the Title V program of the US Department of Education, Making Connections has done intensive work with 50 different campuses nationwide.
- MERLOT (Multimedia Education Resource for Learning and Online Teaching)
http://www.merlot.org/merlot/index.htm aims "to improve the effectiveness of teaching and learning by increasing the quantity and quality of peer reviewed online learning materials that can be easily incorporated into faculty designed courses." Individual membership is free and enables one to contribute lessons, create a collection of activities, and more.
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