The Electronic Learning Record: Assessment and Management of Skills and Knowledge (2000)

Research Report

This document reports the results of a research project undertaken by Dr. Kathryn Barker of FuturEd for Literacy BC and the National Literacy Secretariat 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 acquired by an individual during their lifetime through either formal or informal learning. In her research, the author studied the benefits of a personal learning record and explored the hypothesis that a personal learning record improves the effectiveness, efficiency and equity in training and employment environments.

This report sets out the research questions addressed in this study, describes the data gathering processes used, and discusses outcomes and recommendations.

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2007-10-22
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FuturEd and Kathryn Barker. The Electronic Learning Record: Assessment and Management of Skills and Knowledge 2000. Web. 28 Sep. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/futured/report/report.pdf>
FuturEd & Kathryn Barker (2000). The Electronic Learning Record: Assessment and Management of Skills and Knowledge. Retrieved September 28, 2020, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/futured/report/report.pdf
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