ARCHIVED: Oncourse portfolio environment: Overview

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What it does

The Oncourse portfolio environment is a suite of tools that allows faculty and administrators to guide students through the process of creating learning, assessment, and presentation portfolios.

Key concepts

Access: The portfolio environment provides students with tools to create an online archive of their work, which can be accessed from any computer on the Internet. Instructors can provide feedback and assess a student's progress.

Learning tool: By helping students to recognize connections between assignments, and the knowledge and skills needed to complete those assignments, the portfolio environment encourages learning habits that can be applied to other aspects of life.

Curricular framework: In many cases, portfolios are aligned with course or program objectives and/or institutional standards.

Help documentation

For help documentation, see ARCHIVED: Oncourse portfolio environment: Help contents.

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