Table of contents for Handbook of research on ePortfolios / Ali Jafari and Catherine Kaufman, editors.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section 1: ePortfolio Thinking and Technology
1. Instructional Roles of Electronic Portfolios
 Sherman, Greg
 Radford University
	USA
2. ePortfolios ¿ Beyond Assessment
Acosta, Teresa Y.
Liu, Youmei
University of Houston 
USA
3. The Learning Landscape:  A Conceptual Framework for ePortfolios
	Tosh, David
		University of Edinburgh
	Werdmuller, Ben
		University of Edinburgh
	Helen Chen
	 Stanford Center for Innovations in Learning
	Tracy Penny Light
	 University of Waterloo
	UK
	Haywood, Jeff
	 University of Edinburgh
4. ePortfolios: Constructing Meaning Across Time, Space and Curriculum
	Carmean, Colleen
	Christie, Alice A.
	Arizona State University
	USA
5. Perspectives on a Visual-map-based Electronic Portfolio System
	Kim, Paul
	Stanford University
	USA
6. ePortfolio Thinking: A Provost Perspective
 Henry, Ronald
	Georgia State University	
	USA
7. The Promise of the Student Electronic Portfolio: A Provost¿s Perspective
Plater, William M.
Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, USA
8. ePortfolios as Learning Construction Zones: Provost¿s Perspective
 O¿Brien, Kathleen
	Alverno College
 USA
9. Enhancing Self-regulation and Goal Orientation with ePortfolios
	Blackburn, Jessica L.
	Hakel, Milton D.
	Bowling Green State University
	USA
10. Mining for Meaning: Teaching Students How to Reflect
Riedinger, Bonnie 
Post University 
USA
11. ePortfolios: Pathway from Classroom to Career
 Flanigan, Elizabeth
 Montclair State University
 
	Amirian, Susan
 East Stroudsburg University
	USA
 
12. Using ePortfolios to Foster Peer Assessment, Critical Thinking, and Collaboration
 Stevenson, Heidi J.
Assistant Professor of Education
 University of the Pacific
 USA
13. ePortfolios for Knowledge and Learning 
 Hartnell-Young, Elizabeth
 The University of Melbourne
	Australia
14. ePortfolio Decisions and Dilemmas
Gibson, David
Vermont Institutes and the National Institute for Community Innovations
CurveShift, LLC
USA
15. Development Issues for PDP with ePortfolios: Web Services and Skills
Grant, Simon
 Information Strategists
Marshall, Adam
 University of Oxford
Strivens, Janet
Clark, Roger
 University of Liverpool
UK
16. Using ePortfolios to enhance reflective learning and development
Doig, Bob
Illsley, Barbara
McLuckie, Joseph
Parsons, Richard
University of Dundee
UK
17. ePortfolio: Constructing Learning
	Marcoul-Burlinson, Isabelle
	City University London
	UK
 
18. Electronic Portfolio Initiatives: A Flashlight Guide to Planning and Formative Evaluation
 Ehrmann, Stephen C.
 The TLT Group
 USA
19. An Overview of Student ePortfolio Functions 
	Walz, Phil
	University of California - Berkeley
	USA
20. eLearning Tools for ePortfolios 
Shafrir, Uri 
Treviranus, Jutta
 University of Toronto
Etkind, Masha 
 Ryerson University
Canada
21. Towards a Framework/Data Model:  From ePortfolio thinking to Folio Culture
	Feng, Franc
	University of British Columbia
	Canada
22. Integral ePortfolio Interoperability with the IMS ePortfolio Specification
	Cambridge, Darren
	George Mason University
	USA
Section 2: ePortfolio Case Studies 
23. How ¿White Papers¿ in ePortfolios Document Students¿ Learning Skills
	Fritz, Paul
	University of Toledo
	USA
24. Purpose, Audience and Engagement in Spelman College's eFolio Project	
 Price, Margaret
	Spelman College	
	USA
25. Developing an ePortfolio for Health Professional Educators: A Case Study 
	
	Lawson, Mary
	Kiegaldie, Debbie
	Jolly, Brian
	Monash University
	Australia
26. ePortfolios in Graduate Medical Education
	Ruiz, Jorge
	van Zuilen, Maria H.
	Katz, Alan
	Milanez, Marcos
	Tiberius, Richard G.
	University of Miami Miller School of Medicine 
	USA
27. A Flexible Component-based ePortfolio: Embedding in the Curriculum
 Cotterill, Simon J. 
 Bradley, Philip M. 
 Hammond, Geoff R. 
 McDonald, Anthony M.
 University of Newcastle 
	and
 Aiton, Jim F. 
 Struthers, Julie 
 Whiten, Susie
 St Andrews University
 UK
 
28. Supporting the portfolio process with ONNI ¿ the Learning Journal
Haapaniemi,Tommi
Karvonen, Pasi
University of Kuopio
Finland		
29. The ePortfolio: A Learning Tool for Pre-Service Teachers
	Peters, Martine
 Chevrier, Jacques
	Université du Québec à Montréal
	Canada
	LeBlanc, Raymond
		Université d Ottawa
	Canada
	Fortin, Gilles
	Malette, Judith
		Université Saint-Paul
		Canada
	
	
30. It Was Hard Work but It Was Worth It: ePortfolios in Teacher Education
Bartlett, Andrea
University of Hawai¿i at Manoa 
USA
31. Using ePortfolios to Facilitate Professional Development Among Pre-service Teachers
Ring, Gail
 Ball State University
and
Foti, Sebastian
 University of Florida
USA
32. ePortfolio and Educational Change in Higher Education in the Netherlands
Aalderink, M.W. (Wijnand)
 Windesheim University 
and
Veugelers, M.H.C.H. (Marij)
 Universiteit van Amsterdam
The Netherlands
33. ePortfolio in the UK: Emerging Practice 
Dalziel, Colin 
Challen, Rachel 
Sutherland, Shane
University of Wolverhampton
UK
34. Tracking Capability Using Web-based ePortfolios in UK Schools
	Wharfe, Will
	Derrick, Karim
TAG Learning Ltd
UK
35. Implementing Electronic Portfolios at Bowling Green State University
 
 Hakel, Milton D.
 Gromko, Mark H.
 Blackburn, Jessica L.
	Bowling Green State University
 USA
 
 
36. Twisting the Kaleidoscope: Making Sense of ePortfolios
	Devlin-Scherer, Roberta
	Martinelli, Joseph
	Sardone, Nancy 
 Seton Hall University
	USA
37. Creating a Strategy for the Implementation of the QUT ePortfolio 
Emmett, David
Harper, Wendy
	Hauville, Kim
	Queensland University of Technology
	Australia
	
38. The art of ePortfolios: Insights from the creative arts experience
	Dillon, Steve
	Brown, Andrew
	Queensland University of Technology
	Australia
39. A Principle-Based ePort Goes Public (and almost loses its principles!) 
Hamilton, Sharon J. 
Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis 
USA
40. Community through Constructive Learning
McGee, Patricia
Sailors, Misty
Fraga, Lucretia
The University of Texas at San Antonio
USA
41. Transition to ePortfolios: A Case Study of Student Attitudes
 Hickerson, Corey
	 James Madison University
 and
 Preston, Marlene M.
 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
	USA
 
42. How ePortfolios Support Development in Early Teacher Education 
	McNair, Victor
 University of Ulster
	and
	Marshall, Kevin
 Trinity College Dublin 
	Ireland UK
	
43. Facilitating Reflection through ePortfolio at Tecnológico de Monterrey
Mendoza Calderón, Marco Antonio 
Ramírez Buentello, Joaquín 
 Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Ciudad de México
Mexico
44. Whose Portfolio Is It, Anyway? Implementing Digital Portfolios in K-12 Schools
Niguidula, David 
Ideas Consulting
USA
45. Sustaining ePortfolio: Progress, Challenges, and Dynamics in Teacher Education
		Huang, Yi-Ping
 		University of Maryland
		USA
46. Psychology ePortfolios Enhance Learning, Assessment, and Career Development
Stephens, Benjamin R. 
Moore, DeWayne
Clemson University
USA
47. Career ePortfolios in the IT Associates Program at DePauw University
Romance, Nathaniel T.
Whitesell, Michael V.
Smith, Carol L.
Louden, Alicia 
DePauw University, USA
48. Implementing an Outcome-Based Assessment ePortfolio
	Wagner, Matthew
	Lamoureux, Elizabeth
	Buena Vista University
	USA
49. Future-focused ePortfolios at Montana State University ¿ Northern
 Richter, Jonathon J.
 Montana State University-Northern
	USA
50. Can We Talk? Electronic Portfolios as Collaborative Learning Spaces
		Greenberg, Gary
		Northwestern University
		USA
51. ePortfolio Thinking: The Challenge of the Public Research University
Paoletti, Jo B. 
University of Maryland
USA
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Electronic portfolios in education.
Internet in education.