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Model Of Eportfolio Engagement

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A model for e-protfolio development based on evidence from the JISC funded ELP project

A model for e-protfolio development based on evidence from the JISC funded ELP project

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    • 1. ELP Project – a model for e-portfolio engagement Neil Currant, University of Bradford / LeedsMet University
    • 2. The ELP Project
      • Universities of Bradford , Leeds & Leeds Metropolitan
      • Part of JISC funded Distributed e-Learning programme (DeL)
      • Exploring use of e-portfolios at various stages of transition in the student lifecycle model (Bradford 2004)
    • 3. Enabling Stage: Technology, Purpose, Organisation Initial Learner Engagement Stage Learning Engagement Stage Sustained Learner Engagement Stage Output Stage
    • 4.
      • At each stage the learner successfully moves onto the next stage or disengages and stops using the e-portfolio.
      • Enabling stage : The purpose of the e-portfolio, the technology, institutional aspects. When these are in place…
      • Initial learner engagement stage : learner uses the e-portfolio for the first time to record some activity. If this is successful then…
      • Learning engagement stage : learner starts to reflect on experiences and plan development. Continue use of e-portfolio over time results in…
      • Sustained learner engagement stage : learner records, reflects and plans over a prolonged period of time creating numerous ‘artefacts’. At some stage the learner needs to present these artefacts commensurate with the initial purpose of use.
      • Output Stage : Learner pulls together the various artefacts in a presentational portfolio for others to view.
    • 5. Deep Strategic Surface Levels Stages Output Sustained learner engagement Learning engagement Initial learner engagement Enabling Organisation Technology Purpose Stages