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2011 IEEE 3rd International Conference on Communication Software and Networks
Results of a previous study by the authors into the perceived value and potential of ePortfolios to assist undergraduate students indicated that technology was an important aspect of their everyday lives. It was also felt it to be beneficial to their learning. A large percentage of students were found to be using digital techniques to store evidence of their learning, and were also using interactive, online tools in their learning activities. There was, however, little reported structured usedoi:10.1109/iccsn.2011.6013825 fatcat:rrezucuht5gjvbjzlvkqj267zm