In the information society, universities face the need of refocusing their mission to include an increased importance of the student’s role, who becomes the real protagonist and a selector of different opportunities for development. Digital Portfolio represents a web-based curricular innovation that gives the student the opportunity to set measurable learning goals and integrated development scenarios and to keep track of his/her progressions and work at university. The main activities for students who decide to implement Portfolio in their career are writing an initial Personal Development Plan, exchanging feedback and suggestions with peers and tutors, creating a personal archive of relevant materials and, finally, reflecting on their development in a Self Reflection Report. The University of Milano Bicocca, in collaboration with the Free University of Amsterdam, launched a pilot project this year to experiment the implementation of Portfolio with a small group of post-graduate students in Sociology. The goal is that of identifying precious indications (best and worst practices) to extend the innovation to a large scale.

Dal Fiore, F., Gui, M. (2005). Digital Portfolio: eLearning come sviluppo personale integrato Riflessioni sulla sperimentazione in corso all’Università di Milano-Bicocca. JE-LKS. JOURNAL OF E-LEARNING AND KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY, 3.

Digital Portfolio: eLearning come sviluppo personale integrato Riflessioni sulla sperimentazione in corso all’Università di Milano-Bicocca

GUI, MARCO
2005

Abstract

In the information society, universities face the need of refocusing their mission to include an increased importance of the student’s role, who becomes the real protagonist and a selector of different opportunities for development. Digital Portfolio represents a web-based curricular innovation that gives the student the opportunity to set measurable learning goals and integrated development scenarios and to keep track of his/her progressions and work at university. The main activities for students who decide to implement Portfolio in their career are writing an initial Personal Development Plan, exchanging feedback and suggestions with peers and tutors, creating a personal archive of relevant materials and, finally, reflecting on their development in a Self Reflection Report. The University of Milano Bicocca, in collaboration with the Free University of Amsterdam, launched a pilot project this year to experiment the implementation of Portfolio with a small group of post-graduate students in Sociology. The goal is that of identifying precious indications (best and worst practices) to extend the innovation to a large scale.
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Portfolio, progetto pilota, meta-cognizione, apprendimento auto-diretto, student-centered eLearning
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Dal Fiore, F., Gui, M. (2005). Digital Portfolio: eLearning come sviluppo personale integrato Riflessioni sulla sperimentazione in corso all’Università di Milano-Bicocca. JE-LKS. JOURNAL OF E-LEARNING AND KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY, 3.
Dal Fiore, F; Gui, M
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