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  1. Una Daly, Kevin Kelly, Kathleen Willbanks ePortfolios 101

  2. ePortfolios 101 • Introductions • Una Daly – ePortfolio CA Pilot Coordinator, California Virtual Campus • Dr. Kevin Kelly – SF State, Online Teaching and Learning Coordinator for Academic Technology • Kathleen Willbanks – CSU CDL, CSU ePortfolio Coordinator

  3. Portfolios are not new… for instructors and programs to assess student work to share student work for accreditation and / or program review for students to use as a valuable tool for career connections Universities have used paper-based portfolios: 3

  4. An Overview

  5. An ePortfolio allows us to collect, select, build and publishour work using electronic technology as the container National Learning Infrastructure Initiative definition: • A collection of authentic and diverse evidence, • Drawn from a larger archive representing what a person or organization has learned over time, • On which the person or organization has reflected, and • Designed for presentation to one or more audiences for a particular rhetorical purpose. (2003)

  6. ePortfolio Purposes used for: • Developmental Portfolios Making academic connections • Assessment Portfolios Demonstration of mastery • Presentation/Career Portfolios Evidence of skills & prior experience

  7. ePortfolios Uses Individual class requirements Graduation requirements Capstone Projects E-Standards/competency compliance for certification Employment/resumes Document Experiential Learning Professional Development

  8. Teaching/Learning Advising ePortfolios Workforce Development Program/ Institutional Assessment & Accreditation Technology

  9. Technology

  10. Key Functions Learning Object Repository Presentation System Assessment / Tracking

  11. Choosing Tools Identify Activities First Learn from other Programs Engage Stakeholders on your Campus Map Needs to Tool Features

  12. Document Competencies Patient Care, Community Service, Health Education, Infection & Hazard Control, … Other Health Licensing programs Dental Hygiene Director, Faculty, etc. Features: Ease of Use, Assess Competencies, Feedback from Instructors, Employment Tool Case Study:Dental Hygiene

  13. Social Networking “Stickiness” with Web 2.0 Technology Ali Jafari, IUPUI

  14. Interoperability ePortfolio IMS Data Standards Academic Technology K-20 student information systems Learning Management Systems Job Posting Sites

  15. The Pieces

  16. Student centered

  17. Showcase for Student’s work

  18. Repository for Student’s work

  19. Institutional Benefits • DATA AGGREGATION • ACCREDITATION • PROGRAM REVIEW • GOALS & STANDARDS

  20. http://teachingcommons.cdl.edu/eportfolio/resources/index.htmlhttp://teachingcommons.cdl.edu/eportfolio/resources/index.html

  21. The Movie

  22. Process-Based Approach • Collect • Select • Reflect • Build/Link • Publish • Share

  23. . http://pedroarista.sfsu.efolioworld.com

  24. Gallery of Examples Using Different Tools

  25. Linking Institutional Goals

  26. Assessment for Learning Continuum Learning Accountability * Reflection Standardized Tests Informal Feedback Performance Based Rubrics Portfolios * Observation Stefanakis, Evangeline (2002) Multiple Intelligences and Portfolios. Portsmouth: Heinemann, p. 136

  27. Levels of Mapping Kevin Kelly, SF State

  28. Levels of Mapping – An example Kevin Kelly, SF State

  29. Summary • Focus both on the product and the process. • ePortfolios serve many functions for individual students and faculty, as well as for programs, departments, campuses, and outside organizations. • Institutions are beginning to look at how to map ePortfolio artifacts to objectives at different levels.

  30. Additional Resources: http://eportfolio.sfsu.edu http://teachingcommons.cdl.edu/eportfolio http://eportfolio.merlot.org