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UW Oshkosh ePortfolio Oct 2012

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My introduction to the work on ePortfolio adoption at UWO for the UW LTDC committee

My introduction to the work on ePortfolio adoption at UWO for the UW LTDC committee

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  • 1. UW Oshkosh:ePortfolioadoptionR. John Robertson,LTDC & Site Admin meeting,UW Whitewater, 8-9th October 2012
  • 2. OverviewOrganizational contextPilot models and questionsD2L, artifacts, assessment
  • 3. Context of ePortfolios @ UWO
  • 4. ePortfoliosWhat type of ePortfolio are we interested in?● admission● learning● professional assessment● employmentOthers may follow
  • 5. Communication linesLearning Technologies working with:● USP Council● Provosts Office (Assistant VC for Curricular Affairs and Student Academic Achievement)● Faculty Senate Committees (indirectly)This presentation presents the issues,challenges, and efforts of all those involved
  • 6. PilotThis semesterCourses in Theatre, Health Education, Writing,Communications, and Computer ScienceSome courses part of USP, some notMixture of experience with ePortfoliosAbout 250 students
  • 7. Emerging modelsAs ePortfolio use is [initially, currently] targetedat a program level weve identified two differentmodels of participation, both of which wereexploring in the pilot.● Lite: the course produces an artifact and reflection for the program ePortfolio● Full: using the ePortfolio inside the course and the collection of artifacts as a process
  • 8. Emerging questionsHow to use D2LMeaningful artifacts and reflectionsTraining and supportAssessmentAlignment with LOs
  • 9. D2L ePortfolioD2L ePortfolio as student space & artifact storeeP Presentations-templates-themesAside: creativity and given academic formatInvestigating alignment with key coursestructures
  • 10. D2L ePortfolioWorking through options for:Placing the Dropbox?Rubrics and other Feedback?Reflections (formatting)Copying to ePortfolio - working out the workflow
  • 11. D2L ePortfolio workflow
  • 12. D2L ePortfolioStorageaka: hurray for Utility/ System!aka: hurray for Kaltura!aka: erm web2.0 meets FERPA [= unknown?]
  • 13. meaningful artifactsdiscipline specificlearning objective/ outcome alignedQuestions:what to do with large classes and multiplechoice quizzes?what to do with group projects?what to do with civic engagement?reflections?
  • 14. support needsContent management for students digital literacy: description, ipr, media skillsAssessment Using rubrics/ feedback recording alignment with learning outcomesReflection developing good questions articulating disciplinary learning
  • 15. supporting institutional assessmentwhat data do we have?what is useful?how do can we supply it to supportinginstitutional assessment processes?investigating competencies in D2L (circlesrather than straight lines)