Contextwider adoption in institution in particular in USPan ePortfolio based approach can help students learn tolearn and collect evidence of their abilitiesePortfolios play a role in helping us as an institutionevaluate and evidence student learning
Contextwhat types of ePortfolio are there?Admission to a programLearning processShowcase for resumewhich are we interested in? learning portfolio first, employment portfolio & others may comelater
AimsWhat factors influence the successful adoption of ePortfolios?
AimsFind out about and support what you want to trywith ePortfoliosWork with students to understand the supportthey need to use ePortfolios, then scope anddevelop that supportExplore what we (UWO) can learn (andevidence) from the use of ePortfoliosAs a community of scholarship explore andreflect on about our use of ePortfolios
Outputscourse development for youa faculty guide to ePortfoliosa student guide to ePortfoliosa sample set of ePortfolios for evaluation
IntroductionsWho are you?What interests you about ePortfolios?What experience do you have with ePortfolios?
Courses and cohortsWhich courses are you planning on usingePortfolios with?How many students are you anticipating in yourcourses?
Models of participationlite - content from your course as part of abigger programusing ePortfolio as a mechanism for finalassignment.Students submit their assignment to youthrough D2L ePortfolio and alongside theirsubmission they provide a few lines reflectingon their experience
Models of participationlite - content from your course as part of abigger programExample History 101Term paper - "Should I stay or should I go? TheClearances and US Immigration in the 1800s"Reflection -A short paragraph by the studentabout the process of writing the essay
Models of participationfull - ePortfolio use in your course as well asyour course as part of a bigger program [Your idea here]
Models of participationfull - ePortfolio use in your course as well asyour course as part of a bigger programExample History 101Thesis statement,Collected artefacts and sourcesPeer commentary and tutor feedbackTerm paper - "Should I stay or should I go? TheClearances and US Immigration in the 1800s"A short reflective paragraph about the process
Assessing the pilotWhat questions do we want to ask?Why?Does your course align with any of theuniversity learning outcomes?Interesting questions document - and howmight we assess our exploration of these.
Examples for discussion https://sites.google.com/site/nadinemacbalespring/
Examples for discussion https://sites.google.com/a/pdx.edu/priceac/
Examples for discussionhttps://sites.google.com/a/pdx.edu/eportresources/Home/ePortfolio-Showcase
Support discussionWhat? where? when? how?What resources do you have ?For you?● Learning, teaching, and assessment peer support● Tech trainingFor students?● Concept● Tech support
Plans for the next meetingReview interesting questions documentEmail before the meeting: briefly articulate whatyou want to do, how, what questions you wantto explore - time to discuss thisIdentify specific support needs (practice/ tech)Discussion in more detail about what we wantto exploreLogistics - health warnings for students- we willbe looking at what you doEvaluation - what questions do we want to ask?
Contact detailsJohn RobertsonePortfolio and online learning firstname.lastname@example.org 424 0487
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