Organization


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IUPUI's ePortfolio Initiative advances the use of ePortfolios at all levels campus-wide to support and demonstrate student learning, academic success, and personal, intellectual, professional, and civic development, and to help all students make the most of the distinctive opportunities available at IUPUI. The campus has a history of leadership in the use of "High-Impact Practices" for learning (learn more at www.aacu.org), and ePortfolios are increasingly recognized as key enablers of such practices or as a new category of High-Impact Practice. At the same time, IUPUI is known for excellence in assessment. The promise of ePortfolios to enrich authentic assessment of student learning continues to warrant support.

To fulfill these goals, the initiative regularly offers professional development workshops and webinars, typically in cooperation with the Center for Teaching and Learning. In addition to small grants and stipends to support faculty or departmental implementation of ePortfolio projects, we have funded travel grants for professional development or for conference presentations by IUPUI faculty and academic staff. We work with University Information Technology Services (UITS) to help assure that ePortfolio technology resources meet the needs of IUPUI faculty, staff, and students. Through occasional brown-bag discussions, communities of practice, an email listserv, informal consultations, and this website, we serve as an information hub for ePortfolio uses and users. Please browse through our recently completed Statement of Vision, Mission, Values, and Strategies here for inspiration!

The IUPUI ePortfolio Initiative is led by Susan Kahn, Director, and reports to Margie Ferguson, Senior Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. An Advisory Committee is currently being expanded to build on previous work of a coordinating committee including:

  • Susan Kahn, Director, ePortfolio Initiative, and Director, Office of Institutional Effectiveness, Planning and Institutional Improvement
  • Marianne Wokeck, Chancellor's Professor of History, School of Liberal Arts
  • Kael Kanczuzewski, Instructional Technology Consultant, Center for Teaching and Learning
  • Lynn Ward, Principal Systems Analyst, Academic and Faculty Services, University Information Technology Services

Recent ePortfolio Initiative Reports

Contact Us

The ePortfolio Initiative administrative offices are located at:
     1100 Waterway Boulevard, WW53
     Indianapolis, IN 46202

Please contact us for further information, customized presentations, or assistance with getting started or advancing in your use of ePortfolios. We also welcome your suggestions for new topics for faculty and professional development. Please be in touch with Susan Kahn, Director, at ude[dot]iupui[at]nhaks.