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  • Introduction: what is an ePortfolio and what is it used for? Items: Artefacts Collections Presentations Reflections Tagging Sharing and Commenting Case Study Discussion ePortfolio Activities
  • ePortfolio is a personal portfolio tool for storing, organising, reflecting on and sharing items that represent your learning. You can include: Documents (PowerPoint, Word etc.) Images Audio Video Items can be at any stage of completion, so e-Portfolio can be a tool for: Collaborating on, or getting feedback on, the creation of items Showcasing finished items How is e-Portfolio typically used in H.E.? To support reflective activity To build an evidence base for achievement of competencies or learning outcomes To enable peer-peer and student-tutor dialogue around e-P items To organise and present material… For assessment purposes For an external audience, e.g. potential employers
  • ePortfolio stores digital artefacts that represent your learning. An artefact might be: A file A new page of content (HTML page) created in ePortfolio An internet reference (URL) Imported results from a learning room: assessment results, dropbox feedback, grades…
  • A reflection can be: An independent portfolio item Associated with an existing artefact , collection or presentation . Associating reflections with other items helps others see the relationship between the items and makes it easier to revisit your goals and assumptions later.
  • A reflection can be: An independent portfolio item Associated with an existing artefact , collection or presentation . Associating reflections with other items helps others see the relationship between the items and makes it easier to revisit your goals and assumptions later.
  • A reflection can be: An independent portfolio item Associated with an existing artefact , collection or presentation . Associating reflections with other items helps others see the relationship between the items and makes it easier to revisit your goals and assumptions later.
  • A reflection can be: An independent portfolio item Associated with an existing artefact , collection or presentation . Associating reflections with other items helps others see the relationship between the items and makes it easier to revisit your goals and assumptions later.
  • A reflection can be: An independent portfolio item Associated with an existing artefact , collection or presentation . Associating reflections with other items helps others see the relationship between the items and makes it easier to revisit your goals and assumptions later.
  • Collections are groups of artefacts, reflections and presentations. They are like folders, except an item can belong to multiple collections at the same time. For example, you can add a short story you wrote to a collection called 'Fiction' as well as a collection called 'Creative Writing 1a'.
  • Tags are keywords or descriptive labels that you can add to items to help organise and categorise them. You can search both your own portfolio and others' shared items by tags.
  • Presentations let you compile a number of portfolio items into a web project that showcases your achievements. They can be shared with anyone inside or outside NTU. Someone might want to create a presentation to: Showcase their portfolio items to a potential employer Gather a number of items together into a single presentation and submit the whole thing to NOW’s dropbox for marking
  • Enabling comments on an artefact , collection , reflection or presentation allows users who are viewing the item to leave feedback. Use this feature to collaborate with peers or tutors around works-in-progress or finished items.
  • Case study example – Carol Jones and Gabi Burgess School of Education – Journalism course (example to be shown) PhD student support – BLSS and poss ArchBE
  • Discussion activity What about: Hosting : when a student leaves NTU, what happens to their eP? Capacity : how much storage space does each student have? Interoperability : can eP items be transferred from one eP system to another? Anything else?...
  • Post presentation thoughts: 1. Change the scenario to demonstrate tags. Try a clearer association e.g. choc mousse = chocolate, recipes, nutrition, Collection= desserts 2. Set up a course offering for training purposes. Students would be temporarily joined and could use the files in the room to upload and sort. John Doe student could have a partially set up eP to demonstrate searching for files already there, a presentation etc. 3. Add a page on reflections and how important they may be for showing: progress, development, consideration… 4. don’t gloss over creating presentations 5. spend time demonstrating searching using tags Today you will: Learn about What is an ePortfolio and some of the ways they can be used About terms and concepts of the NOW eP tool There are 3 activities sessions You will also begin to set up your eP with 3 agreed areas for your PhD

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  • 1. August 21, 2009 Enhancing life-long learning, teaching and research through information resources and services
  • 2. August 21, 2009 Introduction to ePortfolio   Sarah Horrigan eLearning Developer Barry Gregory eLearning Developer Educational Development Unit
  • 3. Overview
      • What is an ePortfolio and what might it be used for?
      • Items
      • Tagging
      • Sharing and Commenting
      • Case Study
      • Discussion
      • ePortfolio Activities
    August 21, 2009
  • 4. What is an ePortfolio and what is it used for? August 21, 2009
  • 5. Items August 21, 2009 Artefacts Collections Reflections Presentations
  • 6. Items - Artefacts What are they? August 21, 2009
  • 7. Artefact 1 Artefact 2 Items - Reflections Collection 1:
  • 8. Artefact 1 Artefact 2 Items - Reflections Collection 1: Reflection on Art.2
  • 9. Artefact 1 Artefact 2 Items - Reflections Collection 1: Reflection on Art.2 Reflection on Coll.1
  • 10. Artefact 1 Artefact 2 Items - Reflections Collection 1: Reflection on Art.2 Reflection Reflection on Coll.1
  • 11. Artefact 1 Artefact 2 Items - Reflections Collection 1: Reflection on Art.2 Reflection Reflection on Coll.1 Reflection
  • 12. Items - Collections August 21, 2009 Collection 1: Collection 2:
  • 13. Tagging August 21, 2009 Collection 1: Red Things Collection 2: Mugs Mug Red Red Red Mug Mug
  • 14. Items - Presentations
  • 15. Sharing and Commenting August 21, 2009 Sharing…
  • 16. How are e-Portfolios being used at NTU? August 21, 2009
  • 17. e-Portfolios in practice – what do we need to think about? August 21, 2009
  • 18. Activity 1 : Adding artefacts & tagging Activity 2 : Creating & populating collections Activity 3 : Adding reflections Activity 4 : Creating presentations ePortfolio Activities
  • 19. ~ Fin ~ August 21, 2009