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Pedagogy Forum Meeting: e-portfolios - pedagogical and social issues

This meeting will discuss and debate the pedagogical and social issues surrounding electronic portfolios with key people involved in their development.

e-portfolios are a highly contentious issue; recent debates about government plans to introduce identity cards, added to the Dearing report and DfES encouraging institutions to provide portfolios, has brought the issues to the fore. Whilst some may regard these developments as specialist territory, it is important to open out the discussions to the wider UK education community and provide the opportunity to directly feed back to those working to develop the standards for e-portfolios.

Date: 30 June, 2004
Venue: University of Liverpool
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