[Portfolio] Policy question

Nate Angell nate.angell at rsmart.com
Thu Jun 25 09:23:41 PDT 2009

Marc, while this question may generate some good responses from folks  
using Sakai portfolio tools, I'm imagining you would welcome responses  
from institutions using any portfolio tool.

Have you heard about the newly formed association dedicated to general  
portfolio practices, the Association for Authentic, Experiential and  
Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL)? You might consider joining and  
posing your question there as well.

Nate Angell
Client Evangelist
602.714.9677 work

On Jun 25, 2009, at 5:12 AM, Marc Zaldivar wrote:

> All,
> I am trying to collect a range of examples of portfolio  
> “requirements” in programs and how they handle that with faculty  
> workload.  I’m curious what sorts of methods people use to gather  
> and assess portfolios in program-level situations.
> We have several program-level portfolio projects here, and they each  
> approach this differently.  One in particular is a rather large  
> program, graduating about 100-140 each year, and they are wondering  
> what other schools in the country are doing about asking faculty to  
> look at portfolios.  They feel that if they are “required for  
> graduation” by the student, then someone has to have the  
> responsibility of making sure that it is done — who is that  
> someone(s) in these schools?  What sort of requirement is put in  
> place?  Completion?  Specific sets of required elements or simply  
> anything resembling a portfolio?
> I know many of the Sakai projects are in pilot phases, but I’m  
> curious what other groups are thinking about this issue.
> Marc
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