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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.

 

#ePortfolios at the Uni of South Australia (Margaret Faulkner)

Way back in September I attended a conference on ePorfolios run by the JISC Regional Support Centre for Scotland North and East. I did a brief summary on my personal blog but I’d like to highlight one of the presentations; Margaret Faulkner from The University of South Australia (UniSA).

Margaret delivered the first keynote, about their experiences implementing an ePortfolio across a large institution and all the associated successes and hurdles they encountered on the way. They use PebblePad but as with all of these things the platform is the least interesting aspect of the story. It includes brief case studies of ePortfolios in midwifery and engineering studies.

Here’s the presentation, helpfully recorded by the RSC. It’s about 30 mins long and the slides don’t quite match with the audio.

The Lowdown on e-Portfolios at UniSA
View more webinars from RSC Scotland N&E.
There’s also a written version of the case study available here.