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    • 1. The Course ePortfolio Comes of Age Thomas J. C. Smyth, Ph. D. Gary J. Senn, Ph.D. [email_address] [email_address] edtech.sc.edu/presentations/edtech07
    • 2. The Course ePortfolio Comes of Age
      • What
      Why How
    • 3. What Is an ePortfolio?
      • A purposeful collection of student work designed to showcase a student’s progress toward, and achievement of, demonstrated skills, knowledge, dispositions, and reflections.
      • Diana Oblinger, Demonstrating and Assessing Student Learning with E-Portfolios , www.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ELI3003.pdf
    • 4. What Is an ePortfolio?
        • Student ePortfolio
        • Teaching ePortfolio
        • Institutional ePortfolio
        • Student ePortfolio
    • 5. What Is a Course ePortfolio?
      • A student portfolio which demonstrates achievement of course-specific learning objectives
      • - Includes artifacts and reflections
    • 6. Why a Course Portfolio?
      • Requires student to generate a response rather than choose a response
    • 7. Why a Course Portfolio?
      • Authentic
      • Assess over time
      • Multimedia delivery
      • Learning/learner centered
      • Deep learning assessment
    • 8. Why a Course Portfolio?
      • Meaningful learning and assessment tool
      • Empowers students by giving choices
      • Encourages personal reflection
      • Encourages critical thinking
      • Develops writing and multimedia communication skills
      • Supports curriculum standards
    • 9. ISTE
    • 10. How to Create an ePortofolio
      • Standard Tools
      • ePortfolio Systems
      • Online ePortfolio Builders
      • Open source eportfolio systems
    • 11. Standard tools
      • Dreamweaver
      • Flash
      • Fireworks/Photoshop
      • Office Suite
    • 12. Examples of Course Portfolios
    • 13. Online ePortfolio Builders
      • * Avenet eFolio - (Technology Partner w/ MnSCU www.eFolioMinnesota.com)
      • * Chalk and Wire (ePortfolio as component of Assessment System, can be used institution-wide.)
      • * Digication
      • * Digital Portfolios Made Easy (templates - Word and HTML)
      • * dotFolio (Open Source ePortfolio software)
      • * EIfEL ePortfolio solutions center
      • * ePortfolio.org
      • * factline - Austrian ePortfolio Technology Provider
      • * Foliotek (Web based ePortfolio and assessment system)
      • * Interfolio - Portfolio storage and delivery
      • * Learning Assistant - UK Based ePortfolio Software for Vocational Qualifications
      • * LiveText (ePortfolio and Accreditation Management System)
      • * myEport ePortfolios (Free Accounts)
      • * Open Source Portfolio
      • * PebblePad - Commercial UK Based ePortfolio Software
      • * Professional on the Web (Web Professionals Portfolio Builder)
      • * rCampus (Free ePortfolios)
      • * TaskStream (ePortfolio and Assessment Management Platform)
      • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_portfolio
    • 14. Open source ePortfolio systems
        • Klahowya (U.S.) (last updated 2005)
        • OSPI (UMN-rSmart, U.S.) (partnership with U.S. universities, part of SAKAI)
        • Mahara (New Zealand) (under development, version 0.9 alpha1 just released)
        • Elgg (CurveRider, Ltd., U.K.) (received development capital in August 2007)
        • MyStuff (Open University, U.K.) (to be fully functional February 2008)
        • Moofolio (SPDC, New Hampshire) (new version about to be released, to be fully implemented fall 2008)
        • Open source content management systems that have been adapted to use as ePortfolio systems: Drupal and Plone
    • 15. Web 2.0 tools
      • Web 2.0 in the New Learning environment
      • Web 2.0 as metaphor for 21st Century learning skills
    • 16. ISTE
    • 17.  
    • 18.  
    • 19. Web 2.0 ePortfolio Tools
      • Blogs
      • Wikis (Shared Writing)
      • Presentation Tools
      • Online Office Tools
      • Media Creation Online
    • 20. Blogs
      • Blogger
      • LiveJournal
      • Word Press
    • 21. Shared Writing
      • Wikispace
      • Jotspot (Google)
      • Wetpaint
      • Google Docs
    • 22. Presentation Tools
      • Slideshare
      • Preezo
      • Slide Rocket
      • (Google Presentation Tool)
      • (Thinkfree Presentation Tool)
    • 23. Start Pages
      • iGoogle
      • Netvibes
      • Orkut (Google)
      • Protopage
    • 24. Web Office Tools
      • A set of applications that includes a combination of productivity, publishing, and collaborative features
      • Google Docs
      • Thinkfree
      • Zoho
      • Ajax13
    • 25. Media Creation Online
      • Screen Capture
        • Jing project
        • Skitch
      • Images
        • Flickr
        • FlickrCC
    • 26. Media Creation Online
      • Audio (+ podcasts)
        • Voicethread
      • Video (+ vodcasts)
        • YouTube, Google Video,TeacherTube
    • 27. Other Web 2.0 Apps
    • 28. Conclusion
      • Incorporate emerging Web 2.0 tools into ePortfolios
        • becomes more engaging and motivating; “access”
        • hear student voice more clearly - “student wisdom”
        • engages students in learning process
        • develop ownership; “choice”
        • deep learning
      • Using technology to improve and to showcase student achievement
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    • 31. The Course ePortfolio Comes of Age Thomas J. C. Smyth, Ph. D. Gary J. Senn, Ph.D. [email_address] [email_address] edtech.sc.edu/presentations/edtech07

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