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CUNY Eportfolio Symposium

First CUNY Eportfolio Symposium

APRIL 12, 2013

This will not be a “conference” in the usual sense, but an active collaboration of colleagues from across CUNY. Rather than presentations, we will focus on discussion and sharing to explore the various contexts, challenges, and solutions CUNY campuses are using to approach eportfolios for teaching, learning, research and assessment.

We need to hear your voice and want to invite you to join the conversation! Space will be very limited, so if you’re interested in attending, please use this form to register for an invitation.

Barbara Walters and Joseph Ugoretz
Conference Committee Co-Chairs

Admins:

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