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This faciliated conversation explores Arts students’ responses to using ePortfolio for enhancing their learning acorss a range of degree programs at four universities in Australia. This multi modal approach to data collection is the result of the recent outcomes of on an OLT funded project that aimed to introduce ePortfolios to students undertaking degree programs in the creative and performing arts. The project to date has identified that knowledge management is a key factor for students as they progress through the process of ePortfolio development. The project’s outcomes are to provide tertiary students from the Performing and Creative Arts with skills to create an ePortfolio to document their academic and artistic outcomes for future employment and enhanced employability in the arts sector. What has appeared is that the artisitc identity of the students is forming through the process of reflection “on” and “in” their various degree programs’ discreet subjects.
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