Un article intéressant paru le 27 février dans le Dauphiné Libéré. Le portfolio de l’IUT2 a été développé à l’aide de Karuta.
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Build sophisticated portfolio workflows with a minimum of training. No coding required. Karuta is iterative. Design a portfolio, test it in faculty meetings, make changes, run a small pilot. With the report tool, generate individual or program dashboards and tables.
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