Don’t miss out on the virtual panel webinar session being run in collaboration with AAEEL this week on the topic of Defining digital ethics when using eportfolios:
- Australia: Thursday 28 May 2020 – 9.30 am EST
- North America: Wednesday 27 May – 4.30 pm PT / 7.30 pm ET
Panellists from both regions will draw on their own research and/or experience to discuss:
- What does digital ethics and eportfolios mean?
- What does digital ethics and eportfolios look like now?, and
- What does digital ethics and eportfolios look like when it is working well?
Panellists from Australia include:
Panellists from North American include:
Registrations close at 6.00 pm Australian Eastern Standard Time on 27 May (AEST): https://eportfoliosaustralia.wordpress.com/other-events/ (If you cannot attend but would like to receive the recording – please also register)
2020 Eportfolio Forum Online – Submit your proposal by 22 June
The ninth Eportfolio Forum will be held online on 29-30 October 2020 (and if possible, at Deakin University (Burwood campus) in Melbourne).
This year’s theme is: Digital Identity – Ethics and Experience
- Digital ethics and digital literacy
- Sustainability, ongoing practice and well being
- Collaboration and research
- Innovation and entrepreneurship
- Career / Employability / Work Integrated Learning (WIL)
The Call for Online Proposals are available here. Proposal types include:
- Shortened (peer reviewed paper) presentation
- 20×20 presentation
- Digitally Interactive Poster
- Intensive workshop
- In-depth workshop
- Facilitate a professional conversation
Call for proposals will close on 22 June 2020.
For more information, including help available for presenting and facilitating online, go to: https://eportfoliosaustralia.wordpress.com/forums/2020-eportfolio-forum-home-page/2020-eportfolio-forum-call-for-proposals/
To enquiry about presenting online at the Forum, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Keynote presenters will be announced shortly.
Virtual Workshop: Design, development and implementation of an ePortfolio platform to recognise and reward teaching excellence in higher education
The ePortfolios Australia Organising Committee are pleased to announce an new community of practice event – the 2020 Virtual Workshop.
The inaugural virtual workshop will be hosted by Professor Gary Velan from UNSW Sydney on 14 July from 4.00-5.00 pm. Gary will share how MyEducation Portfolio is being used to showcase UNSW’s academic staff’s educational achievements to others and to reflect, grow and inspire their education practice.
For more information and/or to register for this event go to: https://eportfoliosaustralia.wordpress.com/other-events/virtual-workshops/
Meet some of the ePortfolios Australia Organising Committee
ePortfolios Australia is a true Community of Practice run by passionate volunteers who strive to lead and share effective eportfolio practice.
To acknowledge the great work of this group and to encourage others to get involved, we will be progressively introducing our Committee Members – Starting with:
Learn more about the ePortfolios Australia Organising Committee at: https://eportfoliosaustralia.wordpress.com/organising-committee/
Interested in becoming an ePortfolios Australia Organising Committee Member? Register your interest or make enquiries by: Contacting: Allison Miller: Call: (+61) 0400 732 270 or Email: email@example.com
Some great eportfolio news and resources
Check out this great eportfolio news and resources:
- You have one last chance to learn about the new features in the open source ePortfolio platform Mahara 20.04 – Join the last event on 27 May, 8pm New Zealand Standard Time (via Kristina Hoeppner)
- Mahara UK & IE Virtual Hui 2020 – Share what you are doing with Mahara or drop ideas of a workshop you may want to facilitate for this virtual event on 15 July 2020 – There are still spaces left for those who just want to watch too!
- Read this PebblePad blog post – Looking at assessment through a new lens – ideas for overcoming the challenges of moving assessment online – by Jenny Masters, who has recently joined Australia’s PebblePad team as an Implementation Specialist