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Successful implementation AAEEBL 2010
Successful implementation AAEEBL 2010
Successful implementation AAEEBL 2010
Successful implementation AAEEBL 2010
Successful implementation AAEEBL 2010
Successful implementation AAEEBL 2010
Successful implementation AAEEBL 2010
Successful implementation AAEEBL 2010
Successful implementation AAEEBL 2010
Successful implementation AAEEBL 2010
Successful implementation AAEEBL 2010
Successful implementation AAEEBL 2010
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WA55. A presentation on a successful portfolio implementation by HAN university in The Netherlands. Presentation used at the first annual AAEEBL conference Boston 2010

WA55. A presentation on a successful portfolio implementation by HAN university in The Netherlands. Presentation used at the first annual AAEEBL conference Boston 2010

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  • 1. Succesful Implementation!The road to a new ePortfolio system with 25,000 active users
    Frank Thuss
    Marcel Penners
    Huib Margadant
  • 2. Frank Thuss
    E-Learning Advisor at HAN University, the Netherlands
    Pedagogical and organizational implementation of ePortfolio
  • 3. Program
    Pedagogicalfunctions of ePortfolio at HAN
    ePortfolio at HAN: 4 steps
    LessonsLearned
    Demo
    Lookingforward
  • 4. Pedagogical functions of ePortfolio at HAN
    Present themselves (cv, biography, PDP)
    Present
    Reflect
    Student
    Tutor / Lecturer
    Assess
    See who the student is and they want to learn
    Coach during the learning process, give formative feedback
  • 5. ePortfolioat HAN: 4 steps
    Strategy
    2003
    Implementation (DPF 1.0)
    2004
    Incorporation (DPF 1.0)
    2008
    Embedding of ePorfolio in VLE (DPF 2.0)
    2010
  • 6. The Five-in-BalanceApproach
    (De)central level
    Central level
  • 7. It’s the people that make the differenceMulti disciplinairy projectteam
    Lecturers, Counselors, Advisors
     
     
    Technical / FunctionalManagement & Development
    SystemmanagementServicedesk
  • 8. Step 1: StrategyCompetency Based Learning
    Campus-wide innovation project 2003-2007 ( HOF )
    Objectives:
    Introduction of Competence Based Learning and evidence-based assessment
    Flexibility in learning routes
    Closer collaboration with Professional Field of Action
    ( One of the) decision(s):
    campus-wide implementation of the HAN ePortfolio
  • 9. Step 2: Implementation of ePortfolio(Project HIP 2004-2008)
    Aims of the project
    September 2005: All bachelor students (cohort 2005) should have a portfolio (could be a paper-based one)
    September 2008: All 27,000 bachelor students should use the HAN ePortfolio system
  • 10. Step 3: IncorporationManagement OrganisationePortfolio
    Local
    Central
    LecturersCounselors
    ICT Coaches
    Trainingscenter
    Instruct
    Instruct
    InstructSupport
    InstructSupport
    Inform
    Student
    LocalManagement
    FunctionalManagement
    Support
    Support
    ServiceDeskICT
  • 11. Step 4: embedding in VLE
    ePortfolio as an integral part of the university’s VLE (based on SharePoint)
    Based on same pedagogical principles of DPF 1.0
    All current users will be migrated to DPF 2.0; all student data will be migrated as well (25,000 students!)
  • 12. Lessons Learned
    Monitoring portfolio usage is important!
    Assessment dates not during weekends
    Bespoke templates
    Align ePortfolio with vision on teaching and learning with ICT – pedagogical embedding before use of ePortfolio
    ePortfolio is mission-critical application (unlike VLE)
  • 13. DemoHuib Margadant
    Example portfolio
    Student Role
    Dashboard
    Templates
  • 14. Flash ForwardWhat still needs to be done
    Pedagogical refresh
    Life-long learning: the continuous ePortfolio (portfolio as a lifelong ‘learning file’)
    Tighter integration with social media & mobile learning
    More clearly-defined vision on teaching and learning with ICT
  • 15. Questions
    Contact Information
    Frank.Thuss@HAN.nl(pedagogical)
    Huib@Computron.nl (technical)

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