9/16/2013 Event Name and Venue
ALT-C 2013
Open implementation practice for wide-
scale e-Portfolio use
https://epip.pbwork...
9/16/2013 Event Name and Venue
Overview
• A case study of the University of Nottingham
e-Portfolio implementation strategy...
9/16/2013 Event Name and Venue
E-portfolio implementation model
– a management focus UoN is here.
Supporting
pilot project...
9/16/2013 Event Name and Venue
Overview
The key features of the strategy are
• the carefully staged ‘middle through’
commu...
The blind men and
the elephant
(wall relief in
Northeast Thailand)
source wikipedia
There are multiple purposes
for multip...
Core team/CIEPD
- Researcher
- Project lead
- Champion
- Learning
technologist
Teaching &
Learning
Directorate
Central Lea...
9/16/2013 Event Name and Venue
The implementation process
Supporting change within the early adoption
stage and onto embed...
http://blogs.nottingham.ac.uk/talkingofteaching/category/tools/eportfolios/
Talking of Teaching
Community of Practice blogs
9/16/2013 Event Name and Venue 10
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Student placement page. She has also created a page about the social side of student lif...
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16/09/2013
mons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Desiccation-cracks_hg_sharpened.jpg Creative Common...
9/16/2013 Event Name and Venue
9/16/2013 Event Name and Venue
Key issues
- Champions are not necessarily academics (placements
and employability)
- Champ...
9/16/2013 Event Name and Venue
Open practice in support of wide-scale
institutional e-Portfolio adoption
https://epip.pbwo...
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An overview of e-portfolio implementation at the University of Nottingham by Gordon Joyes, Kirstie Coolin and Judith Wayte.

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  • UoN is nearing the end of the early adoption stage – supporting managed pilots. You have been engaged in an experiential journey addressing the key issues related to e-portfolio use. We are moving onto the embedding stage – supporting your continued use and encouraging wider use - engaging with others across the UoN
  • Show overview page and then their pages and the vision. How this could also be used for talking of teaching bog.
  • THEMES COVERED: Strategies for implementation, handing over the baton, Engaging all stakeholders (JW on the difficulties within individual schools), Supporting our champions to be Change Agents.Part of the strategy of implementation is to hand over knowledge and practice to other areas, as it’s not possible for the core team to run every instance of ePortfolio use. The core team work with others in each area who are too ‘change agents’ – willing to work as champions, experiment and share their good practice.The core implementation team hand out ‘starters’ to other key groups. These in turn take the ePortolio and do something different with it, spreading their new practice around their areas – handing ‘starters’ to others in their area, including students as well as staff.The Community of Practice is (hopefully) the ‘bakery’ for good practice to prove and be developed into ‘new starters’. THE RIGHT CONDITIONS as referred to in the previous slides are the elements of the Implementation Model: purpose, learning activities designed to suit purpose, supported processes (technically and pedagogically), ownership and planned transformation.
  • University conference standsBloggingPresentations at meetings (Senior Tutors, Moodle Board, TLB) and events Community of Practice – forming a Mahara GroupLearning from the outside community (e.g. taking their dough)Training sessions for staff and students1-to-1 meetingsMaterials development
  • Judith – this is a slide I used to explain ‘working between the cracks’ – this is where the innovation happens!
  • KC – Summary of key points.
  • Open implementation practice for wide-scale e-Portfolio use #ALTC2013

    1. 1. 9/16/2013 Event Name and Venue ALT-C 2013 Open implementation practice for wide- scale e-Portfolio use https://epip.pbworks.com/ Gordon Joyes and Kirstie Coolin University of Nottingham, UK
    2. 2. 9/16/2013 Event Name and Venue Overview • A case study of the University of Nottingham e-Portfolio implementation strategy that was informed by the guidance provided within the JISC e-Portfolio Implementation Toolkit (JISC, 2012). https://epip.pbworks.com/
    3. 3. 9/16/2013 Event Name and Venue E-portfolio implementation model – a management focus UoN is here. Supporting pilot projects. Planning for stage 3.
    4. 4. 9/16/2013 Event Name and Venue Overview The key features of the strategy are • the carefully staged ‘middle through’ community of practice approach • endorsement by senior management • uses further development of the open e- portfolio implementation Toolkit to showcase and share practice.
    5. 5. The blind men and the elephant (wall relief in Northeast Thailand) source wikipedia There are multiple purposes for multiple contexts It’s for personal development planning (reflection and goal setting) It’s for professional development/ accreditation It’s for course assessment It’s for improving feedback It’s for work based learning It’s for demonstrating employability (CV etc. ) e-Portfolio confusion
    6. 6. Core team/CIEPD - Researcher - Project lead - Champion - Learning technologist Teaching & Learning Directorate Central Learning Technologies Students Academic Schools Careers & Employabiity Community of Practice
    7. 7. 9/16/2013 Event Name and Venue The implementation process Supporting change within the early adoption stage and onto embedding practice • Through the CIePD • Sharing and understanding practice - the blog, the implementation toolkit, the CoP, the survey • Disseminating practice more widely – UoN Talking of teaching blog, the implementation toolkit, conferences
    8. 8. http://blogs.nottingham.ac.uk/talkingofteaching/category/tools/eportfolios/ Talking of Teaching
    9. 9. Community of Practice blogs
    10. 10. 9/16/2013 Event Name and Venue 10
    11. 11. 9/16/2013 Event Name and Venue 11
    12. 12. 9/16/2013 Event Name and Venue 12 Student placement page. She has also created a page about the social side of student life with other interns in the company.
    13. 13. 9/16/2013 Event Name and Venue 13
    14. 14. 9/16/2013 Event Name and Venue 16/09/2013 mons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Desiccation-cracks_hg_sharpened.jpg Creative Commons CC- 14
    15. 15. 9/16/2013 Event Name and Venue
    16. 16. 9/16/2013 Event Name and Venue Key issues - Champions are not necessarily academics (placements and employability) - Champions can lack confidence in sharing developing practice - Champions may not recognise themselves as ‘champions’ - Practice is situated - Stakeholder engagement is a complex and an ongoing process (Both staff and student) Careers? Alumni? - The central unit may be vulnerable (often project funded)
    17. 17. 9/16/2013 Event Name and Venue Open practice in support of wide-scale institutional e-Portfolio adoption https://epip.pbworks.com/ Questions Gordon Joyes, Kirstie Coolin & Judith Wayte University of Nottingham, UK

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