ePortfolio Implementation for Career Education

Richard Robles, Erik Alanson

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This case study outlines the portfolio implementation in the Division of Experience-Based Learning and Career Education.  Using the Web 2.0 platform of their choice, students create capstone eportfolios to showcase their oral communication, written communication, and teamwork skills.


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