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Using electronic portfolios to assess student learning in undergraduate research experiences
Faculty Publications
  • Kathryn Wilson
  • Anthony Stamatoplos
  • Jacqueline Singh
  • John Gosney
  • Elizabeth Rubens
  • Mary Crowe
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Anthony Stamatoplos

Document Type
Presentation
Publication Date
2008
Date Issued
October 2008
Date Available
November 2013
Abstract
This workshop reported research about student learning resulting from a mentored research experience. Rubrics, usable across multiple disciplines, are included in an electronic research portfolio to examine student skills in three areas: 1) core communication and quantitative skills, 2) critical thinking, and 3) integration and application of knowledge.
Comments
Citation only
Language
en_US
Sponsorship
National Science Foundation, CCLI Grant #0618617
Creative Commons License
Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0
Citation Information
Wilson, K.J., Stamatoplos, A.C., Singh, J.H., Gosney, J., Rubens, E., & Crowe, M.J. (2008, October). Using electronic portfolios to assess student learning in undergraduate research experiences. Pre-Institute workshop conducted at the 2008 Assessment Institute, Indianapolis, IN