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Presentation given to current Diploma providers at the PEAT 1 Planning event held at Ross Priory, 29.5.09.

Presentation given to current Diploma providers at the PEAT 1 Planning event held at Ross Priory, 29.5.09.

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  • E -portfolios: professional learning & experience Professor Paul Maharg Glasgow Graduate School of Law
  • e-portfolios
    • Personal digital collection of information, reflection on learning and future plans
    • Records and demonstrates a person's learning, career, experience and achievements.
    • Belongs to the learner, not the organisation – but must be hosted somewhere
    • Populated by learner
    • Primarily concerned with supporting learning
    • Lifelong and lifewide learning
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    • Aims
    • investigate best practice in the design, functionality and implementation of e-portfolio assessment systems
    • recommend to the Society on functionality, processes and procedures for implementation of a unified e-portfolio system for PEAT 1 & 2, traineeship and CPD
    • plan and implement a pilot with a variety of stakeholders
    • report on pilot with a view to phased implementation of e-portfolios in PEATS 1 & 2 across Scotland
    e-portfolio working party
    • Objectives
    • identify appropriate open-source e-portfolio system
    • describe possible administrative procedures to enable PEAT 1 & 2 providers and training providers to use such e-portfolio systems; and to facilitate oversight of the assessment process and of the content of e-portfolio systems by the Society
    • describe types of data the Society may expect an e-portfolio to contain
    • set standards for assessment of e-portfolio data
    • take account of the variety of training environments in points 2-4 above
    e-portfolios working party