Are We Who We Think We Are?

ePortfolios provide a window into student self-perception. Viewed as a whole, an ePortfolios is a construct of identity created by the student. Viewed as a collection, ePortfolios depict a community of learners, making it possible for us to spot patterns that are not readily apparent in enrollment statistics. Read more [...]

Letting Learning Serve as the Driver

Leadership is key to sustained the sustained growth and depth of impact, but it is equally important to create a space in which faculty can let their professional passion serve as the driver for curiosity and motivation to learn. Read more [...]

Ingredients for Scale

ePortfolio use in undergraduate programs at Northeastern is currently at its greatest level of breadth and depth and at the same time far from “scaled” or institution-wide. The question remains, is that necessarily a bad thing? Read more [...]

The Ecology of Support

The key to effective technology support and collaboration is understanding the concerns and contexts of the people who are being served. This requires a holistic approach that attends to technical, pedagogical, and strategic support concerns that are often co-mingled. As the Catalyst model suggests, success hinges on development across multiple sectors in the institution Read more [...]
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