Recently, we sat down with Ramona Montagnes, Director of the UBC Writing Centre and the instructor of Report and Business Writing, to discuss the use e-Portfolios and the level of effectiveness it has contributed to her class.
In 2003, UBC launched a campus-wide pilot project that explored the use of e-Portfolios for members of the university community. The project spanned 13 projects at a variety of levels throughout UBC, and included participation from more than 2000 students, instructors, and staff in total. The pilot project ended in 2006 and since then some […]
Teacher candidates enrolling in the Faculty of Education’s teacher education program are building e-portfolios for personal, academic and professional purposes using WordPress MU (a blogging software).
The e-portfolio project was initiated by the Faculty of Education during the 2007/2008 school year as a graduating requirement for all teaching candidates. The use of e-portfolios was discussed as both a tool for student reflection and as an auditing tool for the BC College of Teachers (BCCT).
The inaugural LTI EduCamp was held at UBC’s Irving K. Barber Learning Centre on February 18th, 2009. The morning started off with keynote speaker Richard Rosenberg, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Computer Science at UBC and President of the BC Freedom of Information and Privacy Association.