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Garrett Nathan (2011). « An e-Portfolio Design Supporting Ownership, Social Learning, and Ease of Use ». Educational Technology & Society, vol. 14, n° 1, p. 187–202. ISSN 1436-4522. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 1436-4522
BibTeX citation key: Garrett2011
Categories: General
Subcategories: Évaluation des élèves
Keywords: apprentissage social, portfolio
Creators: Garrett
Collection: Educational Technology & Society
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This project attempts to improve electronic portfolio software through the creation of a design model using ownership, ease of use, and social learning variables to predict user adoption. The pilot software attempts to encourage student learning by enhancing peer interaction. The software was used by two groups of students. The first group used it to submit course portfolios as a department-wide assessment program. The second group used it to complete a {MBA} course. Usage logs shows that students heavily used the social learning features. Survey results validate the design model; ease of use, social learning, and ownership proved to be critical variables in predicting user satisfaction. Interview results triangulate survey results. Future work shows promise in promoting higher standards by showcasing top content, as well as in helping students become intellectually engaged with their peers. (Contains 13 figures.)
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