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Live streaming from the #ePortfolios Australia conference – #EAC2011

On the River Swan

If you’re up for some late night keynote action (if you’re in European timezones) have a look at Alison Miller’s post on the details for the ePortfolios Australia 2011 conference.

The event is on the 17th-18th October, on the theme of “Making the difference – showing the difference” and if you can’t make it to Perth then catch the live streams of the keynotes. Here are the session details from Alison’s blog…

  • Monday 17 October 2011 – 9.30 am AWST – Kathleen Blake Yancey, Florida State University – Kathleen will discuss the ways e-portfolios are helping to make learning visible and making a difference to learning.
  • Monday 17 October 2011 – 10.20 am AWST – Mary Ryan, Queensland University of Technology – Mary will share a transferable and customisable model for teaching and assessing reflective thinking.
  • Tuesday 18 October 2011 – 9.40 am AWST – Ruth Wallace, Charles Darwin University – Ruth will discuss the implications of learner identity on improving the use of e-portfolios.
  • Tuesday 18 October 2011 – 10.20 am AWST – Terrel L Rhodes, Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) – Terrel will share how e-portfolios give learners a voice and agency in their own learning through integrated and interdependent learning experiences.