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The Process of Implementing a Paperless Classroom in Teacher Education Using an Electronic Portfolio System

@inproceedings{Meyer2008ThePO,
  title={The Process of Implementing a Paperless Classroom in Teacher Education Using an Electronic Portfolio System},
  author={Barbara Bredefeld Meyer},
  year={2008}
}
This is the story of one teacher education instructor’s journey towards a paperless classroom for her secondary methods course. Because of a then new teacher education requirement implementing an electronic portfolio system, this teacher chose to make use of the system by requiring all assignments for the class to be turned in and graded through the system, along with having her syllabus in the e-portfolio system and incorporating the message board into her coursework. 
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