Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Daniel P. Richards
Bridget L. Anderson
ePortfolios have gained popularity in higher education to document learning, assessing, and career showcasing. This thesis discusses how ePortfolios can be used in first-year writing classrooms to show writing processes using Google Drive, a non-ePortfolio platform and its connection to Linda Flower and John Hayes’ cognitive process theory. The thesis shows how a professor could use Google Drive as an ePortfolio platform through assignments.
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Carl, Sarah E..
"EPortfolios, Google Drive, and Cognitive Process Theory"
(2016). Master of Arts (MA), Thesis, English, Old Dominion University, DOI: 10.25777/c2xn-1239