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E Portfolios In 20 Minutes
E Portfolios In 20 Minutes
E Portfolios In 20 Minutes
E Portfolios In 20 Minutes
E Portfolios In 20 Minutes
E Portfolios In 20 Minutes
E Portfolios In 20 Minutes
E Portfolios In 20 Minutes
E Portfolios In 20 Minutes
E Portfolios In 20 Minutes
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  • 1. ePortfolios in 20 Minutes http://flickr.com/photos/learnscope/2662783818 /
  • 2. WHAT ARE THEY?
    • the traditional CV/resume online; plus artefacts
    http://flickr.com/photos/isabisa/945533805 /
  • 3. WHAT ARE THE OPTIONS?
    • Proprietary Solution
      • PebblePad http:// www.pebblelearning.co.uk /
    • Free and Ready to Use – TAFEVC (Victoria)
    • Open Source – Mahara (requires some IT skills to install) http://www.mahara.org/
    • LMS provided – Blackboard
    • Customised and provided by the Institution (QUT)
    • Bolted on (integrated with LMS) eg Mahara and Moodle
    • Rent a Crowd
  • 4. WHAT GOES IN THEM?
    • All the normal CV/resume stuff plus artefacts :
    • Snippets from course (journal reflections, forum discussions, resources, course notes)
    • Media (audio, images, video)
  • 5. WHO CAN SEE IT?
    • Students?
    • Friends?
    • Teachers?
    • Employers?
    • Public?
    • Restricted access – set by students? What if student does not want to show it to teacher? Only certain (relevant) parts of it viewable by employer?
    Image courtesy of MattP http://flickr.com/photos/mattp9/2181975656 /
  • 6. WHAT DO YOU WITH IT WHEN YOU LEAVE THE COURSE OR INSTITUTION?
    • Can you take it with you? (Is it portable?)
    • Can you export to another epf system?
    • Is it lifelong?
  • 7. Should their use be mandated?
    • As a general rule, yes. But students should have the option of choosing the form of their epf.
  • 8. My preferred option – the rent a crowd model
    • Blog (Blogger)
    • Podcast (Podomatic)
    • Slide Shows (Slideshare)
    • Photo Site (Flickr)
    • Videos (YouTube, Blip TV, Ustream)
    • Wikis (Wikispaces)
    • Bookmarks (Delicious)
    • Website
    • others will have MySpace, Facebook, Ning etc sites
  • 9. Gathering it all into one place (the magic of RSS)
    • Protopage
    • Pageflakes
    • Netvibes
    • My ePortfolio - http:// protopage.com/michaelc
    Image courtesy of JRHode http://flickr.com/photos/jrhode/375671790/
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