The ePortfolio Field Coming of Age: Knowledge, Research and PracticeJuly 29 - August 1, 2013 Hynes Convention Center Boston, MA USA http://www.aaeebl.org/2013conference AAEEBL's 4th year co-presenting with Campus Technology Deadline for proposals: February 15 A few of the tracks to engage you during this conference: Practice: Teaching and Learning with ePortfoliosTransitions: ePortfolios, Employability and Support of Change Research and Scholarship: Evaluating and Documenting the Effectiveness of ePortfoliosAssessment: Using ePortfolios to Learn about Student Learning ePortfolio Start-Ups: First Steps and Beyond What's New? Open Learning and Alternative Credentialing for ePortfolios Featured Speakers: Randy Bass, Georgetown University Gary Brown, Portland State University Helen Chen, Stanford University Bret Eynon, Laguardia Community College Tracy Penny-Light, St. Jerome's College at Waterloo University Substantial discounts for AAEEBL institutional members. See www.aaeebl.org to learn about the membership benefits of joining AAEEBL, a non-profit professional association that serves the global eportfolio community full-time, year-round with a wide array of services.
This presentation about the deep learning that results from the ePortfolio process. In addition, the author discusses four powerful tools that are free and available online to build the ePortfolio. The online tools for design include: Windows Movie Maker, Windows Photo Story, Blogs, and Wikis.
dents update their Facebook pages and Twitter feeds all the time, but soon they’ll start tweaking their own websites thanks to Auburn’s new ePortfolio Project.
The Office of University Writing is sponsoring the project and is working with groups such as the Media and Digital Resource Labs and the Career Center to set up support systems that will help students create online portfolios.
How to create an eportfolio for classwork and homework in ICT lessons at Robert Clack School (I liked a @YouTube video from @missphilbin http://t.co/cWjFLIe4 Creating an ICT eportfolio at Robert Clack)...
Increasing student engagement through a constructivist approach supported by myPortfolio
Contributed by Heather McClure, Avondale College, Auckland.
My aim in this inquiry was to improve engagement with the learning as inquiry process while meeting key competencies with increased frequency; particularly thinking, managing self and using language, symbols and text.
As we start the new academic term in the Northern Hemisphere, many universities, colleges, schools and other training establishments will be looking to use Mahara as both an eportfolio and social networking site. We’ve been fans of Mahara here at OurLearning for several years now, and have showcased the latest 1.5 features on this blog . Irt was with eager anticipation then that we received our copy of Packt’s Mahara ePortfolios. This book, a significantly updated version of the earlier 1.2 Mahara Beginners’s guide, overcomes two major challenges and does it very well.
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