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|Title:||Mutual feedback in e-portfolio assessment: an approach to the netfolio system|
|Author:||Barberà Gregori, Elena|
|Others:||Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. eLearn Center (eLC)|
|Citation:||Barberà, E. (2008). "Mutual feedback in e-portfolio assessment: an approach to the netfolio system". British Journal of Educational Technology. Vol. 40 (2), p. 342-357. ISSN: 0007-1013.|
|Abstract:||This paper presents an alternative application of e-portfolio in a university student assessment context. A concept based on student collaboration (called netfolio) is developed, that differs from the classical e-portfolio concept. The use of a netfolio, a network of student e-portfolios, in a virtual classroom is explained through an exploratory study. A netfolio is more than a group of e-portfolios because it offers students a better understanding of learning objectives and promotes self-revision through participation in assessment of other students¿ learning, as indicated through their portfolios. Class student e-portfolios are interconnected in a unique netfolio such that each student assesses their peers¿ work and at the same time is being assessed. This process creates a chain of co-evaluators, facilitating a mutual and progressive improvement process. Results about teachers¿ and students¿ mutual feedback are presented and the benefits of the process in terms of academic achievements are analysed.|
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