From CUNY Academic Commons
Members of the CAT ePortfolio Subcommittee will present cross-campus collaborative work that selects, collects, communicates, and analyzes information on the planning, piloting, implementation, and assessment of ePortfolios across CUNY. The analysis brings into focus “universal concerns.” The presentation will include a tour of interconnected fora, RSS feeds, blogs, and wikis for public and private ePortfolio groups on the Academic Commons.
TOPICS OF UNIVERSAL CONCERN:
- Template: complete customizability – fully regimented template
- Platform Relationships: completely independent from the course management system – fully integrated (The relationship between platform, course management, CSI and individual college IT staffs)
- Campus based – relationships are contextual
- Student-driven, Faculty-driven, Administration-driven
- ePortfolio Faculty Development
- ePortfolio Student Engagement
- Hosting: vendor — college
- Function: assessment management system — individual digital narratives — multidimensional
- Integration : National (VALUE Rubrics), University, College, Program, Course, Individual
- Continuum: File Cabinet — Student Forum Exhanges
- Privacy Options for Students/Resources for Faculty & Staff: Information outlining the privacy options for students utilizing the Digication/Wordpress platforms and resources for faculty and staff about FERPA.
- Showcasing: entirely internal class — audiences outside CUNY 
- ADA Compliance: Resources for ADA compliance
- Creative Commons Copyright Resources WIKI: A collaborative resource started by the LaGuardia Center for Teaching and Learning and the Library. This should work as both a resource guide and copyright workshop planning tool.
- Evaluating the Impact of ePortfolios
- ePortfolio Survey Questionnaire
- Funding Sources
- Resources including Bibliography