E-Portfolio materials

Templates for setting up an e-portfolio

E-portfolios are increasingly becoming popular tools for effective and reflective online or blended learning-based teaching approaches. Not only do they allow students to develop and also critically reflect on their own skill level and skill set they have garnered during a course; they also allow them to develop important digital skills while doing so.

To make life easier for instructors looking for a way to implement e-portfolios into their own offerings, I have made available some materials (introductory text to explain students the whole concept, a grading rubric, links to some of the involved technology) on OSF. The catch? It’s all in German ;-)

You speak German? Then you find alles Weitere hier.

Joachim K. Rennstich
Joachim K. Rennstich
Professor International Social Work and Research Methods

My research interests include the development of digital capitalism, digital literacy and teaching-methodologies.

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