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  • Preparing Arts leaders in 21st Century Skills: A Case Study for the ePortfolio Project in the Arts and Administration Program at the University of Oregon
  • Administration Program In the Arts and Administration Program, ePortfolios connects the professional development series (AAD 604-606, Internship) with the Information Design and Multimedia course series (AAD 583-585). AAD graduate students design and build their ePortfolios during their first academic year. ePortfolios assist students to connect with potential internship sites, with future employers, and serve as a repository for research and work conducted during the course of their academic careers at UO.
  • Preparing Arts Leaders in 21st Century Skills: A Case Study for the ePortfolio Project in the Arts and Administration Program at the University of Oregon My colleague, Jonathon Richter in CATE, who is an expert in eportfolio and 2nd life, encourages me to think of eportfolio as a process, rather than a product, and I think this is a good description of what we are trying to do. Our project began as a process, with a focus on systems implementation. So, we asked ourselves, how could we design a project that would support students in their professional development, their technology applications, and their participatory learning requirements? ePortfolios focuses on tools development for students in the professional arts fields in recognition that artists entering the workforce must be conversant in digital technologies and medias, and that universities have a responsibility to prepare artists as entrepreneurs with the ability to communicate, network, and promote their work electronically. Throughout the year ePortfolio tutors provide support to students during regular lab hours in software, web development, and digital media. In addition to providing one-on-tutoring in design software and web development, ePortfolios works with the new AAA career services center, PODS (Professional Outreach and Development for Students) to offer workshops in designing and developing ePortfolios as part of the Career Intensives Workshops. Student are offered the opportunity to post their ePortfolio on the dedicated server, and access to one-on-one sessions with the ePortfolio tutors for development and maintenance. Institutional accreditation - student learning
  • In the arts disciplines During Year Two, the project conducted an extensive research and development for a comprehensive website and database that would utilize best practices in the ePortfolio fields and extend applications specific to the professional arts. As a result, the new website will function in three ways: full public student professional ePortfolios for career development and professional networking, hybrid public/private space that is course-based where students and faculty post and archive course projects, is searchable, and which has project collaboration functions allowing faculty and students from different departments and disciplines to navigate interdisciplinary virtual environments; and a fully private site to track student learning throughout their academic career for the purposes of assessment, advising, and archiving. Digital archive and presentation portfolio Social network
  • Unlike many U.S. University eportfolio systems, ours began and continues with the mission to connect students to communities - professional communities, and academic communities. And to this end, we have privileged the public professional portfolio as the hub around which the other elements of the project revolve. Out vison - not template driven Reflect the arts disciplines that students are based out of
  • Jumped right in, we’re artists, we began with a vision and we worked on implementing it right away. COE, for example, going through a very rigourous research process about eport platforms.
  • Eiffel (European Institute for E-Learning)

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  • ePortfolio professional preparation arts & administration program school of architecture & allied arts, university of oregon 2005-2008 technology application academic coursework ePortfolios enhance linkages between professional preparation, academic coursework, and technological applications by supporting students, courses, and project advancement through tutoring, project evaluation, and inter-departmental collaboration.
  • ePortfolios is a three-year initiative supported through a grant by the University of Oregon Education Technology Committee Project Director Lori Hager Curriculum and Technology Eric Schiff Arts & Administration Program : School Of Architecture & Allied Arts, The University of Oregon
  • ePortfolio academic coursework arts & administration program school of architecture & allied arts, university of oregon In the Arts and Administration Program, ePortfolios connects the professional development course sequence with the Information Technology/Multimedia course series. View slide
  • ePortfolio Professional Preparation arts & administration program school of architecture & allied arts, university of oregon Arts Management students prepare to enter the professional arts management/cultural leadership field equipped with digital and media skills. View slide
  • ePortfolio Goals arts & administration program school of architecture & allied arts, university of oregon Year One Research and program evaluation Implementation in Arts and Administration Program Pilot ePortfolio site with existing courses Explore the establishment of standards related to eportfolios Add one additional academic unit/faculty Year Two Add additional AAA faculty in the development and use of ePortfolios Continue workshops and trainings in design and applications specific to ePortfolios Expand ePortfolio applications to other graduate student courses Continue program evaluation Year Three Continue to expand AAA departments involved, and other schools on campus Increase visibility of ePortfolios through conference presentations and workshops Explore feasibility of expanding ePortfolios to include undergraduate students and faculty
  • ePortfolio initiative arts & administration program school of architecture & allied arts, university of oregon Year One and Year Two ePortfolios is a three-year initiative supported through a grant by the University of Oregon Education Technology Committee. ePortfolio tutors assisted students in over 200 tutoring sessions, averaging 2 hours duration, in ePortfolio development, which included tools development In Dreamweaver, Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat, FTP, graphic design and digital editing. Developed ePortfolio website (eportfolio, and eportfolio2). Piloted ePortfolio applications with the Digital Arts and Architecture programs. Implemented ePortfolio workshops throughout The School of Architecture and Allied Arts as part of a career intensives program. Program evaluation conducted for project improvement.
  • ePortfolio connections arts & administration program school of architecture & allied arts, university of oregon Applications and implementation across campus with School of Journalism, College of Business, and Center for Advanced Technology in Education (College of Education) Website that allows students to create and manage ePortfolio accounts Project gallery connects students and faculty across disciplines and through group collaboration Extend access to Alumns Professional Review Process and Discipline-specific standards Enhance linkages with professional networks through a “virtual community bulletin board”
      • Fully Public - Professional, Discipline-specific
      • Hybrid - Project Gallery, Course-driven, group collaboration, social networking.
      • Fully Private - Academic, Advising, and Archive
    Professional Preparation FUNCTIONAL “Beyond the CV/portfolio” multi-dimensional representation Arts & Administration Program : School Of Architecture & Allied Arts, The University of Oregon
      • Connecting students to professional communities for professional placement and academic growth
    • Internships, Careers, Participatory Learning Experiences, Public Scholarship
      • Virtual Community Bulletin Board Communication hub for students and employers
    UNIQUE Connecting academic and professional communities. Arts & Administration Program : School Of Architecture & Allied Arts, The University of Oregon
      • Discipline-specific (template, or not, or both?)
      • Discipline-specific standards
      • Linked to curriculum (academic)
      • Linked to professional communities (reviews, alumns, internships, careers)
      • Student access - accounts, longevity
      • Tri-level functionality
      • Tools-based
    Development Criteria Arts & Administration Program : School Of Architecture & Allied Arts, The University of Oregon
  • European Applications It’s about “competencies” A lifelong eportfolio for all citizens by 2010. Eiffel - Employability and Lifelong Learning Australian ePortfolio Project
  • U.S. Institutional Applications
      • Penn State (Student)
      • Columbia College Chicago (project)
      • CC (professional)
      • American Association for Higher Education ePortfolio Clearinghouse
      • ePortfolio Consortium
      • Open Source ePortfolio Initiative
      • Portland State University