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This news feature has been replaced by the blog. Please go there for latest news.

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OSPI announce OPS 1.5 beta

OSPI have announced (5th March 2004) the availability of the OSP 1.5 BETA. It features donations from the r-smart group, Virginia tech, and substantial new design and development work done collaboratively between r-smart, U Minnesota Duluth, U Delaware, and U of Rhode Island.

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Posted:12/03/2004
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LDP e-Portfolio Report

This report details the research carried out by the UC Berkeley Leadership Development Program (LDP) ePortfolio Project Team. The purpose of the research was to make a recommendation as to whether a student ePortfolio should be implemented on the UC Berkeley campus.

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Posted:11/03/2004
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The National Coalition for Electronic Portfolio Learning Research

Ten institutions have been selected from 35 outstanding application to form the National Coalition for Electronic Portfolio Learning Research. This initiative came from the American Association for Higher Education and the Pearce Center at Clemson University. The Coalitions first meeting will take place June 2004 at the AAHE Assessment Conference in Denver.

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Posted:08/03/2004
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Syllabus poll gives ePortfolios a positive rating

ePortfolios can demonstrate student progress toward a learning goal. Should they be used as an alternative to traditional grading? 69% - Yes 31% - No

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Posted:23/02/2004
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Composing a Picture of Student Experience

This is the latest article published in Syllabus Magazine regarding ePortfolios.

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Posted:01/02/2004
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ePortfolios makes job searching an easier task

The ePortfolio, a new service offered to ETSU students, creates a more successful way to get an initial interview with potential employers.

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Posted:03/11/2003
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The National Coalition on Electronic Portfolio Learning

This three-year project will permit up to 30 institutions to research the learning taking place inside of and around digital portfolios by bringing together faculty from across the country, in three successive cohorts, to take up the research questions allowing us to document such learning.

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Posted:01/12/2003
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ePortfolio quality standards

FuturEd Inc. is launching a new international project to create ePortfolio Quality Standards.

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Posted:17/11/2003
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Electronic Portfolios White Paper

The ePortConsortium announces the release the first version of its Electronic White paper.

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Posted:7/11/2003
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Education college ePortfolio project nets $215,150 Carver grant

IOWA CITY -- The University of Iowa College of Education will use a $215,150 grant from the Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust of Muscatine to support Iowa teachers as they learn to use the ePortfolio, a web-based framework for collecting, revising and reflecting upon teachers' professional work.

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Posted:13/08/2003
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Novel 'ePortfolio' makes it easy for corporate recruiters to shop for MBAs online

A novel approach to helping MBA students in today's uncertain economy and competitive corporate hiring environment includes a web-based "ePortfolio" offered by the Olin School of Business at Washington University in St. Louis.

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Posted:18/02/2003
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interesting facts

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has granted $518,000 to Indiana University to lead development of ePortfolio software based on Sakai and OKI standards.
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