Siemens George (2004). Â« EPortfolios Â». Elearnspace, 16 dĂ©cembre. En ligne : <http://www.elearnspace. ... rticles/eportfolios.htm> (consultĂ© le 19 novembre 2008).
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Electronic portfolios (also referred to as eportfolios or webfolios) are gaining recognition as a valuable tool for learners, instructors, and academic organizations. Bold proclamations laud webfolios as â€śhigher educationâ€™s new â€śgot to have itâ€·0i0k0i0n0d0x tool â€“ the show-and-tell platform of the millenniumâ€·0i0k0i0n0d0x (Cohen and Hibbitts, 2004), and as a tool that â€śmay have the most significant effect on education since the introduction of formal schoolingâ€·0i0k0i0n0d0x (Love, McKean, and Gathercoal, 2004). Laying aside new-technology hype and enthusiasm, eportfolios can best be viewed as a reactionary response to fundamental shifts in learning, teaching, technology, and learner needs in a climate where learning is no longer perceived as confined to formal education.
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