ePortfolios Australia Conference 2012 – call for presentation proposals

The ePortfolios Australia Conference 2012 (EAC2012), being held on 27-28 September in Sydney, is calling for presentation proposals based on the theme Meeting expectations – Achieving goals.

The event will showcase the diversity of eportfolio practice in Australia and beyond by bringing together national and international speakers from all levels of education as well as from professional associations and industry areas.

Proposals to present are being invited for full/short papers, case studies/workshops and posters. Abstract submissions (400 word max) close Monday 16 April 2012 and should relate to one or more of the following themes:

•    Evidencing standards and providing quality assurance through the use of eportfolios
•    Professional and/or career development potential of eportfolios
•    Using eportfolio for assessment
•    Using eportfolios for supporting access and participation
•    Considerations for implementing or scaling up eportfolio systems
•    Effective eportfolio pedagogical practices

Papers, case studies/workshops and posters that don’t fall under these sub-themes may also be submitted but should justify how the proposal complements the conference theme.

Read the full submission guidelines here: https://eportfoliosaustralia.wordpress.com/conference/conference-eac2012/eac2012-call-for-paper/

About eportfoliosaustralia

ePortfolios Australia is a professional network which aims to support the use of e-portfolios in Australia and beyond through professional development activities, provision of resources and consultancy services.
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