2013 Eportfolio Forum Home Page

2013 Eportfolio Forum

Digital Identities, Footprints and Networks

3 October 2013

University of Canberra, Bruce Campus, Australian Capital Territory

together with Pre-Forum Workshops on 2 October

HomeCall for ProposalsProgramRegistrationWorkshops

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Main presentations by Prof Phillip Long and Dr Alan McAlpine will be live streamed (and recorded) from 9.45-11.00 am AEST on Thursday 3 October 2013.

Click here to join the session on the day

Click here before joining the session to check you can access Blackboard Collaborate

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2013 Eportfolio Forum aims to support our digital identities, footprints and networks through eportfolio practice with a combination of presentations, workshops, 20×20 sessions, posters and facilitated conversations on Thursday 3 October.

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This Forum will be complemented by Pre-Forum Workshops on Wednesday 2 October, from 9.30 am-12.30 pm & 1.30 pm-4.30 pm to allow new and experienced eportfolio supporters to gain some ‘hands-on’ experience with using eportfolios.  More information to follow.

DOWNLOAD THE 2013 EPORTFOLIO FLYER HERE

Forum Details:

Date: Thursday 3 October 2013

Venue: University of Canberra, Inspire Centre, Building 25, Pantowora Street, Bruce, Australian Capital Territory

Time: 9.30 am to 4.30 pm (Registration from 8.45 am)

Cost: Participants – $120 : Presenters/Facilitators – $105 – Registrations now open

Forum hashtag: #eportforum

Sponsors:

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17 Responses to 2013 Eportfolio Forum Home Page

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  4. Could there be a little more info on what a ‘faciliated conversation’ format means? How long is the conversation time? Is the facilitator expected to do a short presentation to kick off the conversation? How many people attend?
    Thanks
    Stephen

    • Hi Stephen
      Facilitated Conversations require no presentation by the facilitator. The facilitators role is to lead a conversation about a topic with three different groups for around 20 mins each time. Depending on final numbers for the Eportfolio Forum, you can expect approx 10-12 people in each group.

  5. Ok thanks for that. Very helpful to have some more detail about this.

  6. Christine Nicholas says:

    I would like to come to the conference and was wondering when registration is open.

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  13. belindaallen says:

    Great Forum!
    For anyone interested, I’ve uploaded a copy of my poster to my blog: http://creativebecoming.wordpress.com/2013/10/05/eportfolios-for-academics/
    thanks!
    Belinda Allen

  14. Thanks Belinda, you have done a fantastic poster and I think have captured the essence of an ePortfolio. Kind regards Christine

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