[Portfolio] Portfolios for school/college accreditation?

Nate Angell nate.angell at rsmart.com
Sat Oct 24 19:22:37 PDT 2009

Brian, one of the best portfolio review processes I've heard about  
that comes close to what you describe was the long-established process  
used in Portland State's University Studies general education program.  
Although they didn't use Sakai to facilitate the process, I can think  
of several ways that might happen.

I can describe it generally, and/or hook you up with others who know  
it intimately if you'd like to talk about it in more depth.

On Oct 20, 2009, at 6:53 AM, Brian Dashew wrote:

> Hello:
> Is anybody using OSP or other Sakai tools (project sites?) to  
> organize college reviews for accreditation. We are trying to get a  
> pilot off the ground  but we are running into problems when we start  
> to think about assembling and assigning a sample of student papers   
> (which are both random and anonymous) to a group of faculty  
> reviewers (each paper is reviewed by one person in three different  
> departments).  Does anybody have experience with these challenges?  
> Or, does anybody have an alternative method we might ask the school  
> to consider as we build out this pilot?
> Thank you,
> Brian
>  ---------------------
> Brian Dashew
> Instructional Designer, Academic Technology & eLearning
> Marist College
> Library 317
> Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
> (845) 575-3303
> Email: Brian.Dashew at marist.edu_______________________________________________
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