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Students’ ePortfolio for Entering into the Labour Market

Edited By Laura Malita and Regina Egetenmeyer

In the last few years, ePortfolios and ePortfolio 2.0 have become buzzwords in the education and learning community used for different purposes and meanings. The book gives an innovative way of dealing with the problem of student unemployment by explaining the main aspects of using ePortfolios as a method for employability, career development, reflection, assessment, consultancy, presentation and communication. This publication results from the research work undertaken by the partner institutions involved in the Project Learn about finding jobs from digital storytelling which had the main purpose of enhancing graduates’ employability.


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Gema Diaz Dominguez, Economics University Degree by University of Canta- bria, Sustainable Local Development title and Master in Business Administra- tion (MBA) by „Instituto de Empresa” of Madrid. Working in Documenta since 2000 as EU Projects‘ Manager. Part of the Boarding of MetropolisNet EEIG. Experts in area related to Training, Employment, Business Start up, Social In- clusion, New Technologies. Regina Egetenmeyer, Prof. Dr. is Professor for Lifelong Learning at the Johan- nes Gutenberg University of Mainz in Germany (Juniorprofessur). Her main emphases of research are international and comparative adult educational re- search, informal learning in the workplace and professionalisation in adult edu- cation. Laura Malita is a computer analyst, PHD senior lecturer at West University from Timisoara, Romania. She is also researcher at Romanian Institute for Adult Education, being coordinator of the LLL KA3 L@JOST project. Her current research directions are: Web 2.0 technologies for learning, teaching and social activities, social learning, digital storytelling for informal learning and job find- ing etc. She was publishing more than 40 articles and books related to social in- formatics. Catalin Martin is Junior Researcher at the Romanian Institute for Adult Educa- tion. He has a Bachelor degree in educational sciences, a Master degree in adult education and he is PhD student at the University of Bucharest. His research di- rections are the impact and role of ICT in adult education, workplace learning and entrepreneurship education. Since 2009 he is involved in various European multilateral projects in which IREA is coordinator or partner....

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