We have ‘shortened’ the requirements for the Shortened (peer reviewed) paper to be a 500-750 word (+ abstract) published peer reviewed paper.
This year’s theme is: Digital Identity – Ethics and Experience – which in light of more people working and studying online, the ePortfolios Australia Organising Committee believe there is an opportunity to share what remote teaching and learning has been like this year through a Shortened (peer reviewed) paper.
As the 2020 Eportfolio Forum will be online, we hope to be able to attract more oversea submissions and presentations (15 mins + 5 mins Q&A – Live or pre-recorded).
- Digital ethics and digital literacy
- Sustainability, ongoing practice and well being
- Collaboration and research
- Innovation and entrepreneurship
- Career / Employability / Work Integrated Learning (WIL)
Call for Shortened (peer reviewed) paper proposals will close on 22 June 2020 to allow for the writing and review period before the Forum.
We are also seeking other proposal types such:
- 20×20 presentation
- Digitally Interactive Poster
- Intensive workshop
- In-depth workshop
- Facilitate a professional conversation
However, the Call for proposals for these types of proposals will close on 20 July 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 email@example.com
Free Virtual Workshop: Design, development and implementation of an ePortfolio platform to recognise and reward teaching excellence in higher education
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/
(If you cannot attend but would like to receive the recording – please also register)
Free resources: Defining digital ethics when using eportfolios webinar – May 2020
- 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?
Panelists and MCs provided some wonderful insights on these questions, and there was some interesting ‘chat’ discussions as well.
Please share these resources with others who you think would find them useful.
Meet some more of the ePortfolios Australia Organising Committee
Please meet two more of the amazing ePortfolios Australia Organising Committee – Christine Slade and Kathryn Coleman.
Christine and Kate have been long time members of our Committee and are both very experienced eportfolio leaders.
Click on their names to learn more about Christine and Kate.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
Some great eportfolio news and resources
Check out this great eportfolio news and resources:
- Call for Proposals: AAEEBL ePortfolio Review (AePR) – The next edition of the AAEEBL ePortfolio Review (AePR) is now accepting paper proposals addressing the theme of Doing it Right: ePortfolios and Ethics, Practices, and Technologies – Submission deadline: 28 July 2020 (via Candyce Reynolds)
- Call for Papers: Eportfolios in Ireland: A special issue of the Irish Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning – Submission deadline: 31 July 2020 (via Lisa Donaldson)
- Short video called “Designing a Research Project” for those interested in using eportfolios (PebblePad) for research projects (via Jacqui Patten)