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  • 1.  Demonstrate critical reading, listening, and analytical skills, including the identification of an argument’s major assertions and assumptions, and the evaluation of its supporting evidence. Write clearly and coherently in varied formats (such as formal essays, research papers, and digital texts). Critique their own writing and that of others; improve their use of standard English, grammar, and mechanics. Conduct research using appropriate technologies, including finding, evaluating, and integrating primary and secondary sources. Formulate original ideas and relate them to the ideas of others, following the conventions of proper attribution and citation.
  • 2.  Bronx – student learning tool QCC - Digital stories, oral history projects, immigrant experience, learning communities (SWIG); service learning QC – Enable frequent, timely interactive commentary among students & btw students & instructor throughout the writing process LAGCC – Student learning, assessment, career, transfer
  • 3.  ePortfolio in English addresses competencies by helping students: › Write for specific audiences using appropriate discourse. › Make their work visible to audiences beyond the class instructor › Connect with the audience using multimedia › ePortfolios as norming tool
  • 4.  Campuses looking at ePs from CCs and SCs Building bridges, creating opportunities for students to share and showcase ePs externally. Build mechanism to share ePs across campuses Determine what to look for in ePortfolios, understand idea how to use information, ability to make connection
  • 5.  Individual partnerships between junior and senior college faculty Use CC student ePortfolios in senior college curriculum Use ePortfolio meeting space to share best practices between CC and senior college faculty ePortfolio users