Facilitated Discussionon using E-portfoliosAn exciting opportunity or justanother level of complexity ...         Heather ...
Why a portfolio• A “handy” container to put things* in and keep  them together
Why this discussion• My excitement with possibilities and solutions• Some others fear & reluctance “just another thing to ...
Discussion 1: What functions do you want in a portfolio?Function      Documents   Photos/   Journal   Feedback   Sharing  ...
e-portfolios are as diverse and unique as the individuals thatpopulate them...ePistle Final Reporthttp://www.jiscinfonet.a...
Why an e-portfolio maintain dynamically overtimeAn e-portfolio is the product,  created by the learner, a  collection of d...
Why Mahara?
Discussion 2: What issues do you consider?             Issue   Privacy    Owner stays in Usability   Sustainability Form  ...
For usWhat has worked?What issues arise?
What are the possibilities?
& others• What works?• What issues arise?• What are the possibilities?
Contact us…• Heather Thompson  – heather.thompson@whitireia.ac.nz• Dan Phillips  – daniel.phillips@whitireia.ac.nz
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    1. 1. Facilitated Discussionon using E-portfoliosAn exciting opportunity or justanother level of complexity ... Heather Thompson Dan Phillips
    2. 2. Why a portfolio• A “handy” container to put things* in and keep them together
    3. 3. Why this discussion• My excitement with possibilities and solutions• Some others fear & reluctance “just another thing to learn”‘The picture has often been a complex one, with confusion over what an e-portfolio is. More recently, consensus is gathering, and clarity is being brought to the discussions, as our experience with using e-portfolio tools grows.’JISC (2007) e-Portfolios: An overview of JISC activities
    4. 4. Discussion 1: What functions do you want in a portfolio?Function Documents Photos/ Journal Feedback Sharing videos with groupsForm etcFoldere-mailPower-PointFacebookGroupMaharaCloude-portfoliotools
    5. 5. e-portfolios are as diverse and unique as the individuals thatpopulate them...ePistle Final Reporthttp://www.jiscinfonet.ac.uk/infokits/e-portfolios/e-portfolios-infokit-printable.pdfhttp://www.noogenesis.com/pineapple/blind_men_elephant.html
    6. 6. Why an e-portfolio maintain dynamically overtimeAn e-portfolio is the product, created by the learner, a collection of digital artefacts articulating experiences, achievements and learning.URL: www.jisc.ac.uk/eportfolio
    7. 7. Why Mahara?
    8. 8. Discussion 2: What issues do you consider? Issue Privacy Owner stays in Usability Sustainability Form control Folder e-mail Facebook Power-Point Mahara cloud e- portfolio tools
    9. 9. For usWhat has worked?What issues arise?
    10. 10. What are the possibilities?
    11. 11. & others• What works?• What issues arise?• What are the possibilities?
    12. 12. Contact us…• Heather Thompson – heather.thompson@whitireia.ac.nz• Dan Phillips – daniel.phillips@whitireia.ac.nz

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