Tools for electronic portfolios

Farmer, Lesley S.J.
December 1997
Technology Connection;Dec97, Vol. 4 Issue 7, p30
Advises teachers on how to develop and use electronic portfolio to evaluate student achievement and progress. Use of Zip or Syquest drives and cartridges or Compact Disk-Recordable (CD-R); Tools included in the viewing computer system; Commercial products designed for electronic portfolio development.


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