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Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
Current and future portfolio innovations in sakai
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The NYU Portfolio in OAE; The Tufts School of Dental Medicine Portfolio Training for OSP in the CLE; …

The NYU Portfolio in OAE; The Tufts School of Dental Medicine Portfolio Training for OSP in the CLE;
An OSP Reports Package for the CLE;
Enhancements to the Portfolios Tool in the CLE

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  1. Current and Future Portfolio Innovations in Sakai Janice Smith, Three Canoes LLC Lynn Ward, Indiana University Lucy Appert, NYU Chris Maurer, Indiana University Bob Squillace, NYU June 10-15, 2012Growing Community;Growing Possibilities 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 1
  2. Panel Contributions The NYU Portfolio in OAE The Tufts School of Dental Medicine Portfolio Training for OSP in the CLE An OSP Reports Package for the CLE Enhancements to the Portfolios Tool in the CLE 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 2
  3. The NYU ePortfolio in the Sakai OAE Lucy Appert Bob Squillace New York University See the screencast athttp://www.youtube.com/watch?feature= player_detailpage&v=_WeawYLLdSg 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 3
  4. ePortfolioUser Guide Version 1.5 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 4
  5. TUSDM ePortfolio PurposeThe purpose of the TUSDM ePortfolio is to: Foster the reflective practice of dentistry. Support the integration of learning across TUSDM program components. Encourage dentistry students to become active members of a supportive community of practice. Provide guidance in planning and organizing an oral case presentation. Offer students structure for a comprehensive showcase portfolio to share with others. Aggregate and preserve information about TUSDM student learning for purposes of assessment and accreditation. 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 5
  6. TUSDM ePortfolio Components Students use the TUSDM  TUSDM faculty portfolio to: ◦ Encourage students to use ◦ Interact with two assessment the TUSDM portfolio to: matrices to:  Document and reflect  Document and reflect upon learning upon learning.  Integration learning across  Integrate learning for case courses and program study presentations. activities  Communicate with others  Participate in peer about their TUSDM interaction about learning learning experience. ◦ Guide students in creating ◦ Create a showcase portfolio and maintaining a TUSDM to share with others ePortfolio. incorporating evidence of ◦ Provide formative feedback  Evidence of their TUSDM and summative evaluation learning on learning via the TUSDM  Information about their portfolio. skills and accomplishments. 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 6
  7. TUSDM Showcase Portfolio TUSDM students will showcase their learning via the TUSDM Portfolio. ◦ Combining TUSDM learning, reflection, and accomplishments with artifacts of their choice. ◦ Selecting, naming, and completing pages for a Welcome, Profile, CV, information from two assessment matrices, Contact Information, and optional additional learning artifacts. 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 7
  8. Welcome, Profile, and CV Pages The Welcome page draws viewers in. My Profile adds high level information about the portfolio owner. The CV page provides in-depth detail. Students may omit any page and/or rename the tab for the page. 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 8
  9. Reflection and Case Study Pages Students may add the content of either or both of two assessment matrices to a portfolio. Viewers click on matrix cells to reveal their content. 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 9
  10. Artifacts and Contact Page Students can add any number of pages with sub-tabs for additional learning artifacts. The Contact Page concludes the list of portfolio pages. 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 10
  11. Accessing the TUSDM Portfolio SiteGo to https://trunk-sandbox-01.atech.tufts.edu/xsl-portal/Log into Trunk with your Tufts Username and Tufts Password:Navigate to the TUSDM Pilot Site: 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 11
  12. Managing Portfolio Artifacts Portfolio artifacts include: ◦ Multimedia files uploaded to a folder in My Workspace Resources. ◦ Saved form instances in the folder for My Workspace Portfolio Interaction from:  Matrix interaction workflows  Portfolio creation workflows Upload Download Multiple Resources ◦ Not activated for the pilot. ◦ To be activated when the TUSDM portfolio is transferred to production. ◦ For the pilot, upload files one at a time or in batches via the Add button. Access your My Workspace Resources folder from any site in Trunk. 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 12
  13. Making Portfolio Artifacts Sharable For a Showcase Portfolio: ◦ Create a folder named My Artifacts in My Workspace Resources. ◦ Use the Edit Details button to make the folder publicly viewable. ◦ Place all artifacts you want to share in a portfolio in this folder. 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 13
  14. Reflection Matrix The Reflection Matrix invites students to reflect upon their development in relation to TUSDM competencies for pre-doctoral dental education. Click on a cell to reveal the workflow for the intersection of row and column names. Use the drop-down menu (with permission) to access each student’s copy of the matrix. 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 14
  15. Reflection Matrix Cells Click the Add button to fill out and  Use the Edit button to revise form save reflections in forms entitled content. ◦ One-Minute Paper ◦ Clinical Incident Reflection  Use the Select button to access content from previous forms you have saved.  To provide feedback ◦ Use the drop-down menu to access a particular user’s matrix. ◦ Use the Add Feedback button to provide feedback on entire matrix cell or on an item-by-item basis. 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 15
  16. Rich Text Editor The Rich Text Editor allows  When selecting files via the rich text students to provide a editor multimedia response to to include in a portfolio, make sure prompts. they are in a Resources folder that you When using a rich text editor, have made public using the Edit Details remember that Trunk times button. out after 30 minutes. Save early, save often, or compose your responses elsewhere to be sure not to lose data. Use the Paste from Word button to insert text from an MS Word document. Use the Source button to removed unwanted programming language. 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 16
  17. Case Study Presentation Matrix Students use this matrix to plan and organize their 3rd and 4th year oral case presentations. Click on a cell to access the workflow and forms within. Cells in the last row are for faculty to evaluate student work. Those with permission can use the drop-down menu to access each student’s copy of the matrix. 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 17
  18. Case Study Forms Forms in the matrix workflow assist students in planning and organizing an oral case presentation. ◦ Patient Profiles ◦ Assessment, Diagnosis, and Planning for Treatment ◦ Peer-Reviewed Journal Article(s) ◦ Clinical Photography ◦ Summary of Case Findings Use the Display Name field to identify the specific information in a particular saved instance of the form (for later reference). 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 18
  19. Glossary Terms Glossary entries are intended to explicate the titles of rows and columns in matrices. Glossary terms provide short mouse-over definitions and longer pop-up definitions for each term listed. 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 19
  20. Matrix Cell Feedback Students may request feedback for  Feedback may be requested of: their work in a matrix cell by using ◦ Individual users by username the Request Feedback button. ◦ Individual users by email address  All roles in the portfolio site designated to provide feedback for the cell will also receive the request for feedback 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 20
  21. Providing FeedbackTo provide feedback for a matrix cell: Access the matrix and locate the user with the drop down menu at the top. Provide formative feedback using the rich text editor feedback form. 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 21
  22. Evaluating Matrix Cells The Evaluations tool aggregates matrix cells for faculty with permission to evaluate. View the list of matrix cells along with the names of their owners. Click on the matrix cell you wish to evaluate. Click the Add button next to the evaluation form, fill it out, and save it. If you are to be the only evaluator, set the cell status to “Complete.” The matrix cell title and owner will disappear from your list. 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 22
  23. Matrix Cell Evaluations Students may view evaluations of their oral case presentations via the matrix. 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 23
  24. TUSDM Portfolio Template The TUSDM portfolio template allows students to: ◦ Create any number of portfolios with different content to share with different viewers. ◦ Encourages student self-expression in the process of sharing artifacts from the TUSDM learning experience. 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 24
  25. Creating a TUSDM Portfolio Open the Portfolios tool and click the Create New Portfolio button. Select the TUSDM Portfolio Template and click Create. Provide a title for the portfolio you are creating. The Description field is not activated for the TUSDM pilot. Under Quick Start Links, click the Add/Edit Content button. 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 25
  26. Creating/Editing Portfolio Content Pages are structured via rich text editors that allow students to arrange text, images, links to multimedia files, and URLs in a format of their own creation. Once a version of a page is created, it can be used in any number of portfolios. When a page is edited, changes in the portfolio take effect immediately. 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 26
  27. Completing Portfolio Pages Use forms with Rich Text Editors to: ◦ Select text, images, links to multi-media files and URLs. ◦ Layout content on each portfolio page. Use the Paste from Word and Source buttons to omit intrusive programming code. 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 27
  28. Sharing Portfolios Students initiate the creation and sharing portfolios using programmatic templates. Different portfolios may be constructed from the same portfolio template to share with different groups of people. Creators of portfolios may share them with: ◦ Any user in the site or in Trunk ◦ Any role in the site or in Trunk ◦ Any email address (password- protected with notification) ◦ As a public URL 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 28
  29. Summary The TUSDM ePortfolio pilot seeks to foster reflection, integration, and social interaction in relation to TUSDM learning. Students are invited to: ◦ Reflect upon their emerging practice in dentistry via the Reflection Matrix. ◦ Plan and organize their case study presentations in the 3rd and 4th years via the Case Study Presentation Matrix. ◦ Assemble evidence of and reflection on learning in a TUSDM Showcase Portfolio to share with others. Faculty are invited to: ◦ Provide formative feedback and summative evaluation for aspects of student work in the ePortfolio. ◦ Encourage student use of the TUSDM ePortfolio as a step toward life-long learning. 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 29
  30. Lynn Ward, Indiana University 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 30
  31.  > 25 active portfolio projects underway, many in professional schools Majority focus on outcomes assessment at the program level Highly individualized approach to assessment Individual differences accommodated via custom scaffoldings and forms 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 31
  32.  .25 FTE developers .10-20 FTE designer 1.25 FTE combined consultant, analyst, tech writer, trainer, QA specialist Faculty support through teaching centers Outsource some QA and development work Growing knowledge among consultants in campus teaching centers 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 32
  33.  Project coordinators need to aggregate, analyze, and summarize evaluation (and other types of) data Reflection, feedback, and evaluations forms are customized for each project. ◦ Evaluation forms differ widely in terms of  # of rating fields  # rating scale  # labels assigned to each point on scale Most schools, including IU, do not have programmers available to develop custom reports for each project 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 33
  34.  Define local form standards ◦ Flexible ◦ Predictable Publish and promote standards Define report definitions based on those standards Reports look for specific form elements and renders them in a standard way if they exist. 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 34
  35.  Naming convention for rating fields (elements) ◦ Rating fields (rating, rating 1, rating2, rating3 …rating20) ◦ Comments (comments) Rating fields must be represented as a selection field (drop-down menu) All rating fields in the form (except “rating”) must use the same rating scale. Values in rating field must be a whole or decimal number, “n/a”, or null Rating fields may not be repeatable 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 35
  36.  Rating fields and comments fields can use any display name Rating scales can have any number of values The display label for each value in the scale can be any valid string Evaluation forms can have any valid name Each matrix cell can use a different evaluation form. 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 36
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  40. Click to see summaryreport for cell 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 40
  41. Click to return Click to see to main (matrix) detailed report view. for cellJuly 2009 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 41
  42. Click to return to main (matrix) view. Click to return to summaryClick NetID to view open cell innew window. 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 42
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  48.  Download definitions and instructions from: http://openedpractices.org/resource/osp- report-definitions Merge Reports tool code on a local test instance Install report definitions in Reports tool Test and tweak as needed Evaluation forms for rating reports must conform to IU standards. Template included in package. 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 48
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  51.  Keeping site size lean and manageable Student needs to interact with PDP in multiple contexts (courses and other learning experiences) Instructors and advisors need to be able to view the PDPs of their students, regardless of when and where the PDP was originally created Students need to be able to review and reflect on their past as they prepare for their future (snapshots) 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 51
  52. Solution 1: Add an “All Sites”option to the Portfolio list 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 52
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  54. Solution 2: Add a search boxand request/accept workflow 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 54
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  61. Solution 3: Allow users to copyexisting forms 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 61
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  63. Janice A. Smith, Three Canoes LLC janice.smith@threecanoes.com Lynn Ward, Indiana University leward@iupui.edu Lucy Appert, NYU lucy.appert@nyu.edu Chris Maurer, Indiana University chmaurer@iupui.edu Bob Squillace, NYU rs84@nyu.edu 2012 Jasig Sakai Conference 63

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