The purpose of this paper is to present a progress report on a case study which documents faculty perceptions regarding the impact of a Faculty Learning Community (FLC) on the pedagogical applications of ePortfolios in course design. The study will also document faculty perceptions on how changes made/planned to course design as a result of participation in the FLC may impact student learning. A post-completion electronic survey and a focus group meeting will be used to collect data from nine research participants. Initial observations made by FLC facilitators are reported and implications for future iterations of a similar FLC are discussed.
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Bose, Devshikha. (2016). "Impact of an ePortfolio Faculty Learning Community on Course Design and Student Learning: A Progress Report on a Case Study". Proceedings of EdMedia 2016--World Conference on Educational Media and Technology, 192-195.