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An analysis of some recent research in an attempt to understand where an e-Portfolio can help

An analysis of some recent research in an attempt to understand where an e-Portfolio can help

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  • 1. Can an e-Portfolio make the difference? Part 2 Presentation to the EIfEL – NIACE Conference June 19-20, 2008 – at the City University, London by Ray Tolley
  • 2. <ul><li>Work-based learner ICT and e-learning survey </li></ul>This research was undertaken by Chris Cooper of The Mackinnon Partnership in partnership with ACT2 Research <ul><ul><li>Comments on: </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>‘ A final report to the </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Association of Learning Providers and the Learning and Skills Council </li></ul></ul><ul><li>April 2007’ </li></ul>
  • 3. <ul><li>Work-based learner ICT and e-learning survey </li></ul>This research was undertaken by Chris Cooper of The Mackinnon Partnership in partnership with ACT2 Research An analysis of some key findings In relation to the use of E-Portfolios
  • 4. Data from ALP &amp; LSC ‘Work-based learner ICT and e-learning survey’ May 2007
  • 5. The two most significant differences are where technology can make the greatest impact on the recording skills and attitudes. So why are these valuable tools not being used ? Data from ALP &amp; LSC ‘Work-based learner ICT and e-learning survey’ May 2007
  • 6. Data from ALP &amp; LSC ‘Work-based learner ICT and e-learning survey’ May 2007
  • 7. The four most powerful technologies available for T &amp; L get the four poorest confidence ratings by students – WHY? Is it because teachers do not lead by example? Data from ALP &amp; LSC ‘Work-based learner ICT and e-learning survey’ May 2007
  • 8. Data from ALP &amp; LSC ‘Work-based learner ICT and e-learning survey’ May 2007
  • 9. The first set of data might look promising BUT despite some hard work, the e-Portfolio is not performing as well as it could do – minimal take-up so far. Data from ALP &amp; LSC ‘Work-based learner ICT and e-learning survey’ May 2007
  • 10. Data from ALP &amp; LSC ‘Work-based learner ICT and e-learning survey’ May 2007
  • 11. Learners with disabilities and those learning in the workplace are less likely to complete on-line or on-screen tests. And these are the people who could benefit most! Data from ALP &amp; LSC ‘Work-based learner ICT and e-learning survey’ May 2007
  • 12. Data from ALP &amp; LSC ‘Work-based learner ICT and e-learning survey’ May 2007
  • 13. Contact is important, these figures are understandable BUT what of the quality and permanence of the content? Surely an e-Portfolio could do so much more? Data from ALP &amp; LSC ‘Work-based learner ICT and e-learning survey’ May 2007
  • 14. Data from ALP &amp; LSC ‘Work-based learner ICT and e-learning survey’ May 2007
  • 15. What are the primary reasons for contacting tutors? Are these media ‘fit for purpose’? Data from ALP &amp; LSC ‘Work-based learner ICT and e-learning survey’ May 2007
  • 16. Data from ALP &amp; LSC ‘Work-based learner ICT and e-learning survey’ May 2007
  • 17. Not sure if this is for the purposes of study or work… But of 98% availability why only 50% used for collaboration? And then, have they been taught collaborative skills? Data from ALP &amp; LSC ‘Work-based learner ICT and e-learning survey’ May 2007
  • 18. Data from ALP &amp; LSC ‘Work-based learner ICT and e-learning survey’ May 2007
  • 19. Is this a big turn-off? When young people are increasingly technically more able why are learning providers failing? Why only 58% would like to use technology more? Data from ALP &amp; LSC ‘Work-based learner ICT and e-learning survey’ May 2007
  • 20. Data from ALP &amp; LSC ‘Work-based learner ICT and e-learning survey’ May 2007
  • 21. What is it that women expect from technology? What is the big turn-off? What issues are not being addressed? Data from ALP &amp; LSC ‘Work-based learner ICT and e-learning survey’ May 2007
  • 22. Data from ‘Shaping the Way Ahead’ NIACE June 2008
  • 23. Data from ‘Shaping the Way Ahead’ NIACE June 2008 Is this just a problem of lack of funding? Or is there some ‘turn-off’ in that we are not meeting expectations?
  • 24. Data from ‘Shaping the Way Ahead’ NIACE June 2008 When there is such a demand for Computer Skills why are we failing to attract customers?
  • 25. E: [email_address]

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