The e-portfolio continuum: Discovering variables for e-portfolio adoption within music education

John Taylor, Peter Dunbar-Hall, Jennifer L. Rowley

Abstract


This article presents the results of audit data compiled from a case study introducing e-portfolios into a Music Education degree program, and highlights the key challenges faced  from  the  initial  stages  of  student  use  to  curricular  embedding  and  student adoption.  This  article  discusses  the  technological,  social  and  educational  impacts inherent  in  a  student’s  adoption  of  e-portfolios  within  a  degree  program,  and critically,  shows  how  training  for  e-portfolio  use  must  manage  these  complex,interrelated imbalances on an individual student basis.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.14742/ajet.776