The Electronic Learning Record: Assessment and Management of Skills and Knowledge (1999)

A Literature Review

This literature review is part of ongoing work by FuturEd, a BC education and training consulting firm, on the concept of an electronic learning record or portfolio. An electronic learning record is a digitally generated and stored inventory of the skills and knowledge an individual acquires during his or her lifetime through formal and informal learning. This literature review sets the stage for a research project intended to examine the hypothesis that an individualized electronic learning record would help improve the effectiveness, efficiency and equity in training and employment environments.

This literature review includes the following sections:
- introduction
- cataloguing and assessing learning - focuses on learning records and skills and knowledge portfolios
- recognizing and managing learning - explores the concept of human capital
- references.

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FuturEd and Kathryn Barker. The Electronic Learning Record: Assessment and Management of Skills and Knowledge 1999. Web. 1 Oct. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/futured/review/review.pdf>
FuturEd & Kathryn Barker (1999). The Electronic Learning Record: Assessment and Management of Skills and Knowledge. Retrieved October 1, 2020, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/futured/review/review.pdf
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