2013 Eportfolio Forum – Key Speakers, Program and Registrations open

The 2013 Eportfolio Forum (EportfForum) will be held at the University of Canberra on Thursday 3 October 2013.

The Forum will be complemented by Pre-Forum Workshops on Wednesday 2 October.  These workshops will be for new and more experienced eportfolio supporters to gain some ‘hands-on’ experience with using eportfolios.

Forum hashtag: #eportforum

Key Speakers include:

  • Prof Phillip Long, University of Queensland:  ePortfolios in the New World of Learner Driven Pathways
  • Dr Alan McAlpine, Queensland University of Technology:  Career Development, Employers needs and ePortfolios…. is there a connection?

Program includes:
Over 30 workshops, 20×20 sessions and facilitated conversations based on the theme Digital Identities, Footprints and Networks

Opportunities to present a poster are still available by emailing a title of the poster and brief description (up to 150 words) to eportfoliosaustralia@gmail.com

Registrations are now open:
But don’t wait too long, as last year’s Forum as a sell-out … and there are very limited places for the half-day workshops on 2 October.

Book your accommodation soon:
As Floriade will be on in Canberra at the same time as the Eportfolio Forum.

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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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