Following are links to eportfolio resources, including primary organizations, materials to
support the use of eportfolios to enhance teaching and learning, eportfolio related articles, and background information on eportfolios.
Homepage for AAEEBL, pronounced "able" (Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning). Established in 2009, AAEEBL is a membership organization for the international e-portfolio community. Although a young organization, AAEEBL has established affiliations and collaborations with nearly all world-wide portfolio initiatives, projects and organizations.
MERLOT ePortfolio Portal – An educational resource for teaching and learning, this section of the Merlot website sets out to provide as much clear information as possible about ePortfolios.
Inter/National Coalition for Electronic Portfolio Research – This coalition encourages and supports research to determine the effects of eportfolios on established and newly recognized kinds of student learning and educational environments and outcomes. Each year ten institutions are selected through an application process to become part of a three-year cohort. All the institutions in the cohort address a common question or theme for research.
Campus Technology – A listing of various articles from the related to the use of eportfolios in education. Campus Technology is a monthly publication focusing exclusively on the use of technology across all areas of higher education.
Loyola University Chicago – This site provides background information about eportfolios, a couple of examples of student eportfolios, and links to various support documents that have been designed to guide students through the eportfolio development process. The Loyola eportfolio project. Loyola University Chicago integrates eportfolios into their required first year seminar.
A Campus Technology article briefly reviewing portfolios in higher education.
TeacherVision: Portfolios for Students and Teachers – Provides good background information on the use of portfolios in education.