Transforming Doctoral Education Through the Clinical Electronic Portfolio
The DNP is a terminal degree focusing on the preparation of expert clinicians with advanced leadership, evidence-based practice, and systems management skills. An electronic clinical portfolio (e-portfolio) allows students to showcase their individual experiences, provides an objective measure of their achievement, and demonstrates integration of the core doctoral competencies within each specialty. The purpose of this article was to describe the development of an e-portfolio and provide general guidelines for successful implementation and evaluation.
Moriber, Nancy; Kazer, Meredith Wallace; Shea, Joyce M.; Grossman, Sheila; Wheeler, Kathleen; and Conelius, Jaclyn, "Transforming Doctoral Education Through the Clinical Electronic Portfolio" (2014). Nursing and Health Studies Faculty Publications. 94.
Nancy A. Moriber, Meredith Wallace-Kazer, Joyce Shea, Sheila Grossman, Kathryn Wheeler, Jaclyn Conelius. "Transforming Doctoral Education Through the Clinical Electronic Portfolio." Nurse educator 39.5 (2014): 221-226.