D2 l eportfolio overview


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  • *Examples Studentorganizing files for group assignmentInstructor making files available to class for project
  • ExamplesInstructor capturing thoughts/interests at beginning of courseCapturing progress/challenges part way through*Student capturing personal goals, timelines, ideas to plan/PD*Everyone capturing personal/professional progress (*Invaluable)
  • ExamplesInstructorHas students complete form capturing what want out of courseStudent Creates progress/check-in forms to ensure on track
  • UsersInstructors Portal for project info (One site per group/team)StudentsShare progress and present project to group (Especially for distance learning)Share details of college/uni life (Great single page for students to share their life with family, friends, etc
  • ExamplesStudents providing feedback to fellow students (*Non-linear learning)InstructorSoliciting feedback from colleagues on projectCourse designers sharing feedback and course progress
  • ExamplesStudents providing feedback to fellow students (*Non-linear learning)InstructorSoliciting feedback from colleagues on projectCourse designers sharing feedback and course progress
  • ExamplesInstructors Export pre-fab collections, sample/template presentations (so students don’t have to build from scratch)Students sharing Presentations, group of Artifacts
  • D2 l eportfolio overview

    1. 1. Desire2Learn ePortfolio<br />
    2. 2. ePortfolio: The Big Picture<br />Store<br /><ul><li>Convenience
    3. 3. Lost, never again
    4. 4. 4 main elements</li></ul>Share<br /><ul><li>Internal + External
    5. 5. Dynamic + Fresh</li></ul>Feedback<br /><ul><li>Tap into collective wisdom
    6. 6. Exert control
    7. 7. Be specific</li></li></ul><li>ePortfolio relationships<br />Presentations<br />Reflections<br />Collections<br />Artifacts<br />
    8. 8. Social learning<br />Connecting<br />Challenging<br />Interest<br />Groups<br />Perspectives<br />Debate<br />Assessment<br />& Feedback<br />Peer<br />Feedback<br />Engage<br />Learning<br />Evaluating<br />Sharing<br />Presentation<br />Reflection<br />Ownership<br />Context<br />Synthesis<br />Discussion<br />
    9. 9. Artifacts<br />Foundation of ePortfolio<br /><ul><li>‘Entry point’ for all electronic documents
    10. 10. MS Office documents, PDF, images, media files, etc
    11. 11. Can now record audio artifacts directly in ePortfolio
    12. 12. Certified Artifacts: Learning Environment Quizzes, Dropbox submissions, Grades, Competency results
    13. 13. Date/time stamp</li></li></ul><li>Tagging<br />Tags<br /><ul><li>Key words to describe/identify items
    14. 14. Aid in searching and organizing a user’s ePortfolio</li></ul>Use tags<br /><ul><li>Profusely
    15. 15. Copiously
    16. 16. Liberally</li></li></ul><li>Collections<br />Keep it together<br />Organize and share ePortfolio items with Collections<br />Simplifies sharing of items<br />
    17. 17. Reflections<br />Personal recordings<br />Capture success, challenges, thoughts, etc<br />Required or optional<br />*Powerful but sometimes under-utilized resource for learning<br />Human mind can only hold onto so much<br />
    18. 18. Forms<br />Forms<br />Fully customizable forms can be created at both organization and course level<br />Completed forms become artifacts<br />More structured format (than Reflections) <br />Can guide user thinking<br />Can gather data in a structured way<br />
    19. 19. Presentations<br />‘Portal’<br />Easy access to variety of material<br /><ul><li>Product or process</li></ul>All-in-one tool<br />Store + share + get feedback<br />Up to date to the world<br />Forms for progress checks<br />Evolving uses<br />Job search, professional/personal development, presentations, collaboration, feedback<br />Instructors, students, business, personal<br />
    20. 20. Sharing Groups<br />Permissions<br />Who andWhat<br /><ul><li>Who can access (Group or individuals)
    21. 21. What can they do (View, Comment, Assess, Edit)
    22. 22. Granular control of sharing</li></ul>Sharing Groups<br /><ul><li>Simplify sharing with pre-defined groups
    23. 23. Organization, course, individual
    24. 24. Forced sharing (Admin)</li></ul>RSS notification<br />
    25. 25. Comments<br />Running commentary<br />Permissions allow others to attach comments to:<br /><ul><li>Artifacts
    26. 26. Collections
    27. 27. *Reflection
    28. 28. Presentations
    29. 29. (Process or product)</li></ul>*Tap into collective wisdom of peers<br />
    30. 30. Assessment<br />Rubric assessment<br />Permission allows others to assess items with rubrics<br />Fully customizable analytic rubrics that allow addition of specific feedback<br />
    31. 31. Import/Export<br />Extends functionality<br /><ul><li>Enhances new ePortfolio
    32. 32. Pre-fab Presentations, Collections, Artifacts
    33. 33. Backup and store
    34. 34. Export as HTML website
    35. 35. Print out (if needed)
    36. 36. Invite others to view from outside your institution</li></li></ul><li>New Options<br />Push Content<br />Into student’s portfolios<br />Share templates<br />Standardize formats<br />Share themes<br />Record Audio<br />Create audio artifacts<br />