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Success and Sustainability - Resource development for supporting ePortfolio engagement
Success and Sustainability - Resource development for supporting ePortfolio engagement
Success and Sustainability - Resource development for supporting ePortfolio engagement
Success and Sustainability - Resource development for supporting ePortfolio engagement
Success and Sustainability - Resource development for supporting ePortfolio engagement
Success and Sustainability - Resource development for supporting ePortfolio engagement
Success and Sustainability - Resource development for supporting ePortfolio engagement
Success and Sustainability - Resource development for supporting ePortfolio engagement
Success and Sustainability - Resource development for supporting ePortfolio engagement
Success and Sustainability - Resource development for supporting ePortfolio engagement
Success and Sustainability - Resource development for supporting ePortfolio engagement
Success and Sustainability - Resource development for supporting ePortfolio engagement
Success and Sustainability - Resource development for supporting ePortfolio engagement
Success and Sustainability - Resource development for supporting ePortfolio engagement
Success and Sustainability - Resource development for supporting ePortfolio engagement
Success and Sustainability - Resource development for supporting ePortfolio engagement
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Success and Sustainability - Resource development for supporting ePortfolio engagement

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  • 1. Success and Sustainability R d l t f ti P tf liResource development for supporting ePortfolio  engagement Kitty Ryan & Lynn McAllisterKitty Ryan & Lynn McAllister
  • 2. Introduction • ePortfolio at QUT and model of engagement • Overview of support resources • How reflective practice has evolved as part of  the support model we offerthe support model we offer • Animated viewlets – how these were created  and some practical instructionsand some practical instructions
  • 3. Evolution of ePortfolio at QUT 2003 2004 ‐ 2006 2007 ‐ 2010 2011 and  b d 2003 2007  2010 beyond ePortfolio  inception at QUT Ongoing  development of  support and  ePortfolio uptake Focus on reflective  practice and  curriculum  integration Technical  enhancements and  improvements Feedback  & Improvement
  • 4. H li ti i t t d t d lHolistic integrated support model QUT  Student  ePortfolio Engagement  with QUT Engagement with  students  •Emailwith QUT  Careers •Email  •Workshops  •Presentations Engagement with  faculties  • Collaboration • Planningg • Curriculum integration
  • 5. ePortfolio Implementation What would make ePortfolio unsuccessful? P bl L k f t h i l t i i P tf liProblem: Lack of technical support in using ePortfolio  Solution: Website, hands on sessions, ePortfolio email for questions Problem: Lack of structure and direction for writing reflections Solution: Hands on sessions, integration with curriculum  frameworks Problem: Unable to see relevance of ePortfolio  S l ti Vid h i h t d t h d P tf liSolution: Video resources showing how students have used ePortfolio
  • 6. Website, email and QUT IT Helpdesk • Outward facing • Focus on case studies and benefits of  ePortfolio • Target audience ‐ new students, potentialTarget audience  new students, potential  students interested parties • studenteportfolio@qut edu au for all enquiries• studenteportfolio@qut.edu.au for all enquiries • IT Helpdesk field student’s ePortfolio enquiries
  • 7. ePortfolio ‘hands on’ workshops • Training in how to use the QUT ePortfolio tool • Working with academics to contextualise with  industry specific standards eg: Nursing and  Education  • Focus on how to write reflections with relevant  examples discussede a p es d scussed • Good and bad examples of reflections
  • 8. Focus on reflective practice • Importance of purpose for ePortfolio when  creating a view • Address standards for industry registrations • Address selection criteria for job seekingAddress selection criteria for job seeking • Reflective and critical thinking/writing skills for  ongoing career and personal developmentongoing career and personal development • Explicit training in reflective practice
  • 9. QUT Career Development Modules • Contained in Learning Management System  (Blackboard) • Career focused information for current QUT  Students • ePortfolio highlighted as a compliment to job  seeking and career developmentsee g a d ca ee de e op e
  • 10. Capabilities, competencies and standards
  • 11. Nursing Standards
  • 12. Nursing Standards
  • 13. Video resources • Focus on career development • Former QUT students and how they’ve used  ePortfolio • Connecting theory with practiceConnecting theory with practice • Industry specific case study format
  • 14. Step‐by‐step guides in .doc or .pdf format • Steps through how to add Artefacts and  Experiences • Create a ‘view’ specific to the intended  audience • Limitations of paper based instructions
  • 15. Animated viewlets • Point of need • Ability to reach many students • Self paced version of Step‐by‐step guides • Captures mouse movements• Captures mouse movements • Created with Adobe Captivate • Wink freeware
  • 16. Feedback from students • Created in response to student needs • Supplement to hands on workshops Feedback: ‘Simple and clear step by step instructions Good graphics andSimple and clear step by step instructions.  Good graphics and  visual representation.’ ‘Generally speaking the pace is appropriate and clear and easy to  follow.  With the buttons below, students can pause, rewind, back  or forward based on their needs.’
  • 17. Questions? Step‐by‐step instructions on how we created self  paced viewlets and where to download Wink: • http://www.flexiblelearning.net.au QUT ePortfolio support material: • www studenteportfolio qut edu au• www.studenteportfolio.qut.edu.au

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