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Scaling Up:
Documenting
ePortfolio Progress
Linda Anstendig
Samantha Egan
Beth Gordon Klingner
Thomas Hull
Jim Stenerson
A...
Teaching Circles
Tenure &
Promotion
Digital
Commons
LinkedIn &
ePs
Assessment
Pilots
Reporting
KPIs
eTerns Department
Init...
Weaving
ePortfolios
in the Pace
Culture
Teaching
& Learning
Assessment
CareerStudent
Development
Tenure
& Promotion
Departmental Approach: Biology
• Tenure and promotion
• Biology pilot
– Independent Research
• Lab notebook
– Introductory...
Microbiology Student ePortfolios
Quantitative Data: Reporting
• Custom usage reports for Mahara
• KPI development
– Generating KPI data
Mahara Custom Report Sample
KPI Sample
Qualitative Data: Student-Faculty Research
Project
• Conducted a series of
interviews with
students on their
perceptions o...
Qualitative Data: Spring Contest Entries
Tenure and Promotion
• ePortfolios Used for Developing
Electronic Dossiers
• Workshops
• Reviewers’ buy-in
• Positive Feed...
Scaling Up Projects: Assessment Project
• Goal – To study the relationship between
strong ePortfolio usage over time and g...
“The ePortfolio showed me so much.
When I went back and read the
introduction to myself, I honestly felt so
proud of mysel...
• ePortfolio webpage:
www.pace.edu/eportfolio
• ePortfolio Blog:
http://eportfolio.blogs.pace.edu
• Mahara User Group Face...
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    1. 1. Scaling Up: Documenting ePortfolio Progress Linda Anstendig Samantha Egan Beth Gordon Klingner Thomas Hull Jim Stenerson Andrew Wier AAEEBL Conference August 1, 2013
    2. 2. Teaching Circles Tenure & Promotion Digital Commons LinkedIn & ePs Assessment Pilots Reporting KPIs eTerns Department Initiatives Teaching Circles Student Development Career Services Research Making Connections Grant MUG Contest Winners Connect to Learn Grant
    3. 3. Weaving ePortfolios in the Pace Culture Teaching & Learning Assessment CareerStudent Development Tenure & Promotion
    4. 4. Departmental Approach: Biology • Tenure and promotion • Biology pilot – Independent Research • Lab notebook – Introductory Microbiology • Semester projects on Bacterial Phyla • Review paper, news articles, images, videos, peer feedback • Material from ePortfolios included in course final exam
    5. 5. Microbiology Student ePortfolios
    6. 6. Quantitative Data: Reporting • Custom usage reports for Mahara • KPI development – Generating KPI data
    7. 7. Mahara Custom Report Sample
    8. 8. KPI Sample
    9. 9. Qualitative Data: Student-Faculty Research Project • Conducted a series of interviews with students on their perceptions of the benefits ePortfolio
    10. 10. Qualitative Data: Spring Contest Entries
    11. 11. Tenure and Promotion • ePortfolios Used for Developing Electronic Dossiers • Workshops • Reviewers’ buy-in • Positive Feedback • Year 3 – Institutionalized
    12. 12. Scaling Up Projects: Assessment Project • Goal – To study the relationship between strong ePortfolio usage over time and grades and overall student engagement as shown in NSSE results. • We will work with our programmers to define a new group of “super users” to track • We will identify their first log-in date and their University ID so we can compare to other reports
    13. 13. “The ePortfolio showed me so much. When I went back and read the introduction to myself, I honestly felt so proud of myself. I didn’t think that whatever I was thinking to myself or what was wandering in my brain would be well written in the introduction. But I was impressed, by what I wrote…This ePortfolio showed a great part of me, I even saw it when I attached the resume, I didn’t realize all my accomplishments I have done in high school. This actually made me reflect back on how well I have done these past few years, and I hope that at Pace I will reach for everything I am set to achieve!” -Kenya V., Pace Prep student Scaling Up Projects: Pace Prep 2013
    14. 14. • ePortfolio webpage: www.pace.edu/eportfolio • ePortfolio Blog: http://eportfolio.blogs.pace.edu • Mahara User Group Facebook Group: Search “Mahara User Group” on FB • Contact us: eportfolio@pace.edu Links/ Resources
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