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Capstone ePortfolio created by a graduating senior in 2002 in response to the question: "Who am I now and how have I changed since arriving at Stanford?"

 

We define an ePortfolio as a purposeful selection of student work together with reflections that represent some aspect of the owner’s learning. Electronic portfolios (ePortfolios) for learning are curated collections of digitally represented artifacts that:

 

  • document practice
  • include reflection
  • integrate experience
  • map to goals and/or standards
  • promote deep learning and knowledge transfer

At Stanford, we aim to build a culture of folio thinking where there are structured opportunities for students to create learning portfolios and reflect on learning experiences as they move through their learning career at Stanford.  Because we aspire to introduce ePortfolios across the academic learning career, our strategy so far has been to milestones where students are already reflecting and to identify partners where ePortfolios could be used to enhance current programs and courses. 

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