ePortfolio Pilot: Academic Excellence Incentive Grant
GW is currently piloting the Digication ePortfolio platform, involving eight programs and 1000+ students, here on campus. The pilot is being funded by an Academic Excellence Incentive grant from the Provost’s Office encouraging interdisciplinary collaboration, and is co-managed by the University Teaching & Learning Center and the Division of Student Affairs with support from Academic Technologies.
- Students make sense of what/how/why/when they are learning.
- Programs document outcomes to support assessment.
- Students publish work to show employers/graduate schools/others of their achievements.
- Measure if Digication is a platform that offers good usability and tools to support students, faculty, and staff.
- Determine if GW needs an institutionally sponsored ePortfolio platform. If so, evaluate whether there should be a single- or multi-platform solution for GW.
- Faculty and staff perceive benefits from working across disciplines and programs.
Pilot Programs and Groups
- School of Nursing (Master of Science in Nursing Program)
- Milken Institute School of Public Health (Masters of Public Health Program)
- College of Professional Studies (Various Master’s Degree Programs, including Landscape Architecture and Publishing)
- Human Services and Social Justice Program (undergraduate majors)
- Elliott School Undergraduate Student Career Development course (taught by the Center for Career Services)
- English Department (undergraduate majors)
- Physical Therapy Program (Doctor of Physical Therapy Program)
- Center for Student Engagement (Resident Advisors and Residence Directors)