Help all of your students demonstrate lifelong learning and achievement
iWebfolio is a configurable electronic portfolio solution that enables rich reflection and feedback for learners, while facilitating the collection of evidence for program improvement. With a highly flexible design that can be configured to support a wide range of purposes, iWebfolio enables adoption across diverse departments with large numbers of users. iWebfolio can help institutions capture evidence of achievement while providing learners with a feedback loop for self-improvement.
- Demonstrate competencies and achievement
- Collect evidence to support program improvement
- Create consistency in reviews
Reusable definitions of student competency
iWebfolio gives faculty, students, and even employers or other third parties the power to define what it means to be competent. Students create reusable evidence of their competencies and can visually present that evidence to the people who need to see it, mapped to the appropriate competencies.
Enable rich reflection and feedback to support formative evaluations, while facilitating the collection of evidence for program improvement.
Demonstrate competencies in support of summative evaluations.
Showcase achievement for a variety of academic and professional purposes, including employment, internships, and graduate school applications.
Develop and manage your own template collections that are accessible exclusively to your users. Templates can give users varying degrees of creative control. Faculty can make reviews more consistent by using templates and rubrics, or they can allow users to create entire portfolios of their own design.
Shared templates & measures library
The Shared Templates and Measures Library (STML) is a cooperative repository of content that encourages sharing of best practices among iWebfolio institutions. In addition, AAC&U’s VALUE Rubrics are available and may be modified to meet institutional needs.
Simple submission for teacher education programs
Nuventive is an approved platform provider for the edTPA™ assessment, which means candidates can transfer their work right from iWebfolio to Pearson for official scoring. edTPA handbooks and templates in iWebfolio make it easy for users to organize and submit work. To learn more about edTPA, visit http://edtpa.aacte.org.
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