Successful implementation AAEEBL 2010

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WA55. A presentation on a successful portfolio implementation by HAN university in The Netherlands. Presentation used at the first annual AAEEBL conference Boston 2010

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Successful implementation AAEEBL 2010

  1. 1. Succesful Implementation!The road to a new ePortfolio system with 25,000 active users<br />Frank Thuss<br />Marcel Penners<br />Huib Margadant<br />
  2. 2. Frank Thuss<br />E-Learning Advisor at HAN University, the Netherlands<br />Pedagogical and organizational implementation of ePortfolio<br />
  3. 3. Program<br />Pedagogicalfunctions of ePortfolio at HAN<br />ePortfolio at HAN: 4 steps<br />LessonsLearned<br />Demo<br />Lookingforward<br />
  4. 4. Pedagogical functions of ePortfolio at HAN<br />Present themselves (cv, biography, PDP)<br />Present<br />Reflect<br />Student<br />Tutor / Lecturer<br />Assess <br />See who the student is and they want to learn <br />Coach during the learning process, give formative feedback<br />
  5. 5. ePortfolioat HAN: 4 steps<br />Strategy<br />2003<br />Implementation (DPF 1.0)<br />2004<br />Incorporation (DPF 1.0)<br />2008<br />Embedding of ePorfolio in VLE (DPF 2.0)<br />2010<br />
  6. 6. The Five-in-BalanceApproach<br />(De)central level<br />Central level<br />
  7. 7. It’s the people that make the differenceMulti disciplinairy projectteam<br />Lecturers, Counselors, Advisors<br /> <br /> <br />Technical / FunctionalManagement & Development<br />SystemmanagementServicedesk<br />
  8. 8. Step 1: StrategyCompetency Based Learning<br />Campus-wide innovation project 2003-2007 ( HOF )<br />Objectives: <br />Introduction of Competence Based Learning and evidence-based assessment<br />Flexibility in learning routes<br />Closer collaboration with Professional Field of Action<br />( One of the) decision(s): <br />campus-wide implementation of the HAN ePortfolio<br />
  9. 9. Step 2: Implementation of ePortfolio(Project HIP 2004-2008)<br />Aims of the project<br />September 2005: All bachelor students (cohort 2005) should have a portfolio (could be a paper-based one)<br />September 2008: All 27,000 bachelor students should use the HAN ePortfolio system<br />
  10. 10. Step 3: IncorporationManagement OrganisationePortfolio<br />Local<br />Central<br />LecturersCounselors<br />ICT Coaches<br />Trainingscenter<br />Instruct<br />Instruct<br />InstructSupport<br />InstructSupport<br />Inform<br />Student<br />LocalManagement<br />FunctionalManagement<br />Support<br />Support<br />ServiceDeskICT<br />
  11. 11. Step 4: embedding in VLE<br />ePortfolio as an integral part of the university’s VLE (based on SharePoint)<br />Based on same pedagogical principles of DPF 1.0<br />All current users will be migrated to DPF 2.0; all student data will be migrated as well (25,000 students!)<br />
  12. 12. Lessons Learned<br />Monitoring portfolio usage is important!<br />Assessment dates not during weekends<br />Bespoke templates<br />Align ePortfolio with vision on teaching and learning with ICT – pedagogical embedding before use of ePortfolio<br />ePortfolio is mission-critical application (unlike VLE)<br />
  13. 13. DemoHuib Margadant<br />Example portfolio<br />Student Role<br />Dashboard<br />Templates<br />
  14. 14. Flash ForwardWhat still needs to be done<br />Pedagogical refresh<br />Life-long learning: the continuous ePortfolio (portfolio as a lifelong ‘learning file’)<br />Tighter integration with social media & mobile learning<br />More clearly-defined vision on teaching and learning with ICT<br />
  15. 15. Questions<br />Contact Information<br />Frank.Thuss@HAN.nl(pedagogical)<br />Huib@Computron.nl (technical)<br />

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