Live streaming of 2013 Eportfolio Forum Keynote Presenters

Join us this Thursday 3 October from 9.40 am EST to hear the live streaming of the 2013 Eportfolio Forum keynote speakers.

Prof Phillip Long from the University of Queensland’s Centre for Educational Innovation and Technology will share what the role of the eportfolio will have in a distributed digital learning future.

Dr Alan McAlpine from the Queensland University of Technology’s Career and Employment Unit will share what’s happening with the use of eportfolios in the recruitment and employment marketplace.

Click here to join the session on the day

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

Can’t make it to the live streaming of this session? This session will also be recorded, and be shared, together with the presentation materials, post the Forum.

Other 2013 Eportfolio Forum presentations materials (click here to view the full program) will also be shared post the Forum via the ePortfolios Australia Slideshare site which already contains over 80 presentation slides from past ePortfolios Australia events.

The Forum is complemented by pre-Forum workshops on Wednesday 2 October.  These workshops are designed for people new to eportfolios, as well as the more experienced eportfolio-arian.

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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