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Vortrag e science_netzwerktreffen_2013_2


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Netzwerkkonferenz #eScience 2013
E-Portfolio as a tool for knowledge management

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Vortrag e science_netzwerktreffen_2013_2

  1. 1. Agenda1 about the Project2 motivation3 research interests4 theoretical foundations: the E-Portfolio5 reflective practise6 some questions7 referencesFolie Nr. 2Andrea Lißner 12.06.2013
  2. 2. 1 about the Project• onset: 1st of May 2013• duration: 7 month, with 25 % workload• Andrea Lißner• Master of Education (vocational education)• 2013: Masterthesis: „E-Portfolios at TU Dresden“Folie Nr. 3Andrea Lißner 12.06.2013
  3. 3. 2 motivation• competence oriented learning in vocational education• supporting open teaching, learning and assessment withE-Portfolios• potential improvements for the usability of OPAL• knowledge management as a important competence forlife long learningFolie Nr. 4Andrea Lißner 12.06.2013
  4. 4. 3 research interests• to evaluate the self reflection processes of the students• provide recommendations for future E-Portfolioimplementations• evaluate the usability of the E-Portfolio tool in OPAL• get an idea for improving the toolFolie Nr. 5Andrea Lißner 12.06.2013
  5. 5. Start:theoreticalpreparatory worksee journals(E-P @SOOC13)didactical conceptionprepare materialwinter semester2013/14implementation andtesting/evaluationMay2013Oct2013JuneJulyAugSepNovDecFolie Nr. 6Andrea Lißner 12.06.2013
  6. 6. 4 theoretical background:working definition „E-Portfolio“• electronic collection of artifacts• many formats: audio, video, graphics, and text; Hyperlinks• reflective tool• demonstrates attained competencies• „illustrates efforts, progress, and achievement“ (Paulson,Paulson & Meyer 1991, p. 60)• is a showcase of learning, a presentation of learning productsFolie Nr. 7Andrea Lißner 12.06.2013
  7. 7. The process for developing anE-PortfolioHornung-Prähauser et. al., 2007, S. 15to clarify the objectiveand context of the digitalportfolio workto collect, select andmatch artifacts andlearning objectivesto reflect and managethe learning processto present and share theartefactsto assess and evaluate thelearning outcomesFolie Nr. 8Andrea Lißner 12.06.2013
  8. 8. Insights into the reflectivepractise?Folie Nr. 9Andrea Lißner 12.06.2013
  9. 9. How can I promote journalwriting?•Can you say something about your experienceswith E-Portfolios?•Can you give me some advices for promotingreflective practise?•I want you to criticize the portfolio or E-Portfoliomethod in context of the teacher education.Folie Nr. 10Andrea Lißner 12.06.2013
  10. 10. Thank you for yourattention.Folie Nr. 11Find me on twitter under:@tudfolioFind my blog via:http://tudfolio.wordpress.comAndrea Lißner 12.06.2013
  11. 11. References• Baumgartner, P. (2012). Eine Taxonomie für E-Portfolios. Verfügbar unter [12.12.2012]• Barrett, H. (2000). Create your own electronic Portfolio. Using Off-the-Shelf Software to ShowcaseYour Own or Student Work. Learning & Leading with Technology. Verfügbar unter LLwTApr00.pdf [27.11.2012]• Hornung-Prähauser, V., Geser, G., Hilzensauer, W. & Schaffert, S. (2007). Didaktische, organisatorischeund technologische Grundlagen von E-Portfolios und Analyse internationaler Beispiele undErfahrungen mit E-Portfolio-Implementierungen an Hochschulen. Salzburg. Verfügbar unter [05.08.2012]• Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft m.b. H. (2006). E-Portfolio: Methode und Werkzeug fürkompetenzbasiertes Lernen. Salzburg.Andrea Lißner 12.06.2013