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Case study Presentation as part of my Mahara presentation during imoot 2010 …

Case study Presentation as part of my Mahara presentation during imoot 2010
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Presented by Gavin Henrick, Enovation Solutions. Http://www.enovation.ie/

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  • [2]http://www.slideshare.net/ULCCEvents/maharauk-09-andrew-csizmadia-mahara-and-professional-development
  • [2]http://www.slideshare.net/ULCCEvents/maharauk-09-andrew-csizmadia-mahara-and-professional-development
  • “ ePortfolios: fit for purpose?”, Dr Jen Harvey & Dr Roisin Donnelly , DIT- UUJ Conference Presentation 2009, “ Mahara and Professional Development”, Andrew Csizmadia, Newham University College, MaharaUK 09 http://www.slideshare.net/ULCCEvents/maharauk-09-andrew-csizmadia-mahara-and-professional-development “ The Professional Electronic Portfolio”, Feeney Luke, Pitman Steve, 4th International Quality Congress Middle East
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    • 1. Some examples of Mahara usage Gavin Henrick, Solutions Consultant Presented at iMoot2010 www.imoot.org #imoot2010
    • 2. Some Examples of Usage
      • Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland
      • Newham University College
      • Royal College of Surgeons, ILHM
      • Assessment Examples
    • 3. DUBLIN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
    • 4. DIT
      • Progressive Proponents of LMS in the Learning Cycle.
      • DIT wanted to bring eLearning to the next level.
      • Piloted Mahara in MSc in Applied eLearning in 2008
        • Standalone Pilot – no integration to LMS
        • Each ePortfolio to reflect participant progress throughout the Programme
        • Almost 100 active users
      • [1] “ ePortfolios: fit for purpose?”, Dr Jen Harvey & Dr Roisin Donnelly , DIT- UUJ Conference Presentation 2009,
    • 5.  
    • 6. DIT
      • After the first year DIT changed their assessment weightings so that a grade is now given for the ePortfolio element.
      • Students in first-year built-environment courses are now using ePortfolios as part of their professional development module: it is planned that this will continue throughout their student life at DIT.
      • ePortfolios are also being introduced to students on DIT's mature access programmes.
    • 7. NEWHAM UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
    • 8. Newham University College
      • Use of ePortfolio is entitlement for teacher trainees
      • 33 standards
      • 3 pieces of evidence to demonstrate competence
      • Eportfolio to act as repository for digital assets, lesson plans and resources
      • [2] http://www.slideshare.net/ULCCEvents/maharauk-09-andrew-csizmadia-mahara-and-professional-development
    • 9. Newham University College
      • Repository for digital assets
      • Collaborative tool
      • Reflective tool
      • Social networking groups
      • Multiple views for different audiences (confidential)
      • Hosted Externally
      • Uses RSS
      • Integrated to Moodle
      • [2]http://www.slideshare.net/ULCCEvents/maharauk-09-andrew-csizmadia-mahara-and-professional-development
    • 10. Newham University College
      • Findings
      • Integrate into course at start of year
      • Integral component of the course
      • Induct students and staff for effective and efficient use
      • Produce paper & video based guidelines for students on basic usage
      • [2]http://www.slideshare.net/ULCCEvents/maharauk-09-andrew-csizmadia-mahara-and-professional-development
    • 11. ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS IN IRELAND INSTITUTE OF LEADERSHIP
    • 12. RCSI ILHM
      • Requirements
        • Extend the learning process
        • Gap for “cradle-to-grave” career management
        • The e-Portfolio belonged to the user
        • Version barriers at the time
      • Reflective practice and competency management are crucial.
      • [3] The Professional Electronic Portfolio, Feeney Luke, Pitman Steve, 4th International Quality Congress Middle East
    • 13. RCSI ILHM
      • Enhance existing functionality within Mahara.
        • Professional development records.
        • Structured Reflective Diary
        • Structured Competency Reporting
        • Enhanced Bridge to Moodle
        • Word Document Export
    • 14. RCSI ILHM
      • Features
      • Repository of Information
      • Adaptability
      • Integration
      • Sharing and Access
      • Competencies
      • Reflective Diary
      • Resume Templates
      • Exporting Information
      • Branding
      • Storage
      • Web based
      • Multiple Media
      • Hosting
      • Security
    • 15. RCSI ILHM
    • 16. RCSI ILHM
    • 17. RCSI ILHM
    • 18. RCSI ILHM
    • 19. WWW.ISAGLOBE.ORG
    • 20. ASSESSMENT EXAMPLES
    • 21. Soft Assessment Process
      • Create a Controlled group
      • Create different Sample Views/Templates
      • Invite users to the Group
      • Users copy the view and edit it with their content
      • Users submit the view to the Group
      • Group admin evaluates the view and gives feedback to the user and releases the view.
      • User can export view as standalone snapshot
    • 22. Hard Assessment Process
      • Create View Templates for assignments
      • Users copy the view and edit it with their content
      • Users submit the view to Moodle (1.9.7)
      • Users graded on the view
      • User can export view as standalone snapshot
    • 23. References
      • “ ePortfolios: fit for purpose?”, Dr Jen Harvey & Dr Roisin Donnelly , DIT- UUJ Conference Presentation 2009,
      • “ Mahara and Professional Development”, Andrew Csizmadia, Newham University College, MaharaUK 09 http://www.slideshare.net/ULCCEvents/maharauk-09-andrew-csizmadia-mahara-and-professional-development
      • “ The Professional Electronic Portfolio”, Feeney Luke, Pitman Steve, 4th International Quality Congress Middle East
    • 24. Contacts
      • Gavin Henrick
      • [email_address]
      • Skype: gavin.henrick
      • Enovation Solutions
      • www.enovation.ie