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2011 International Conference on E-Business and E-Government (ICEE)
E-portfolios have demonstrated a capacity to enhance students' learning, and in particular, to enhance work integrated learning (WIL). Professional bodies in Australia require construction management and nursing students to engage in practical/clinical placement experiences as a requisite component of the undergraduate degree. This paper considers the potential e-portfolios have in documenting the skills gained from WIL experiences. This paper presents the findings of the initial phase of adoi:10.1109/icebeg.2011.5881518 fatcat:s73wxrmsnzg4hm5ns5h7rfywte