The ePortfolios Australia Organising Committee are pleased to share with you the amazing resources from the 2020 Eportfolio Forum Online:
- Presenter slides and resources
- Full program with session recording links
- eBook of Shortened Peer Reviewed papers
- Book of Abstracts
The ePortfolios Australia Organising Committee would like to thank:
- All of the presenters for making this two day event so enriching by sharing their practice and experiences
- Deakin University for their generous support of this year’s Forum
- Our other major sponsors, The Hacker Exchange, Panopto and Digital Capability
To enquire about this year’s Forum or to be involved or sponsor the 2021 Eportfolio Forum (Blended), please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 0400 732 270.
Save the date: 2021 Eportfolio Forum (Blended) – 20-21 October 2021, UNSW Sydney
This will be the 10th Eportfolio Forum – so there will be lots of reasons to celebrate and reflect back upon.
We will also be operating in a blended mode by offering:
- virtual presentation submissions
- opportunities for people to attend virtually or face to face
Please put these dates into your diary as we would love to have you join us again in 2021, whether that be in person or online.
Other 2021 Eportfolio Community of Practice activities
The ePortfolios Australia Organising Committee have already started considering other 2021 Eportfolio Community of Practice activities, including:
- Virtual Workshop
- Shut up and eportfolio sessions
- Research Co-Lab
- Connecting the community through Microsoft Teams
If you have any suggested topics or if you would to help shape our activities for 2021 as a Committee Member, please contact us:
- 0400 732 270
New Issue – International Journal of ePortfolio Available – IJeP 10(1)
A latest issue of the International Journal of ePortfolio (IJeP), a double-blind, peer-reviewed, open access journal, is now available online at http://www.theijep.com/current.cfm
Volume 10, Number 1 of IJeP includes:
Reflecting, Integrating, and Communicating Knowledge Through ePortfolios to Increase Civic and Scientific Literacy
Theresa Conefrey, Santa Clara University
Davida Smyth, Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts at The New School
Graduate Students’ Perceptions of Factors that Contributed to ePortfolios Persistence Beyond the Program of Study
Tilisa Thibodeaux, Lamar University
Dwayne Harapnuik, Lamar University
Cynthia Cummings, Lamar University
Jackson Dolce, Lamar University
Metacognitive Matters: Assessing the High-Impact Practice of a General Education Capstone ePortfolio
Jeffrey J. Kohler II, University at Buffalo
Carol Van Zile-Tamsen, University at Buffalo
Review: ePortfolio as Curriculum: Models and Practices for Developing Students’ ePortfolio Literacy (Stylus, 2019)
Erin Horan, American University
Call for submission: Mahara Newsletter – January 2021
The next Mahara Newsletter will be published on 1 January 2021, and Mahara would like to hear from you about what you are doing with Mahara.
Mahara would like to invite everybody to submit a short story / article / announcement about:
- your portfolio use (at your institution)
- example portfolios
- tips, tricks
- plugin development
- other development activities you are involved in
- groups you are organising upcoming conferences / events on Mahara
- recap of a conference / user group meeting
The contribution – It will be best if your text is up to 150 words long. Ideally, this will be a summary or the first paragraph of a blog post / announcement etc. that is available elsewhere online so that a longer text can be linked. If your text is only about 150 words long and does not include a link to a longer text, that is fine as well.
It can be a previously published text as long that is OK with the original source.
You can submit your text in a language other than English. However, it will have to be accompanied by an English summary so that those who don’t speak your language can get the gist of it.
If you want to see what others have written so far, please go to the Newsletter.
The deadline: Please send your contributions to email@example.com latest by 22 December 2020.
(via Kristina Hoeppner)
Meet some more ePortfolios Australia Organising Committee Members
Patsie is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy-UK, UNSW
Scientia Education Fellow, Education Focussed Champion and Professor in Pathology, within the School of Medical Sciences, UNSW Medicine, UNSW Sydney.
Patsie will be our key contact at UNSW Sydney who will be hosting the 2021 Eportfolio Forum (Blended).
Also meet Allison Miller, one of the co-founders of ePortfolios Australia since its inception in 2010.
Allison Miller is the Director and Lead Consultant of Digital Capability, an organisation which specialises in cutting edge online learning and online business strategies and solutions.
To learn more about the other Organising Committee members, go to: https://eportfoliosaustralia.wordpress.com/organising-committee/
To become or to enquire about being an ePortfolios Australia Organising Committee member – please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 0400 732 270.
Some other great eportfolio news and resources
Check out this other great eportfolio news and resources:
- ePortfolios@edu: What We Know, What We Don’t Know, and Everything In-Between – Edited by Mary Ann Dellinger and D. Alexis Hart – https://wac.colostate.edu/books/practice/portfolios/ (via Kathryn Coleman)
- Orna Farrell – Eportfolio Unconference 2018 – Our holy grail of rubrics
- Improving Portfolio Assessment: Addressing Challenges in Transition to Eportfolio, Cristan Sabio, PhD, RN; Jie Chen, PhD, RN; Elizabeth Annette Moxley, PhD, RN, BS; Linda Taylor, PhD, RN; Anne-Marie Kuchinski, MS, RN; Bradley T. Peters, PhD
Journal of Nursing Education. 2020;59(12):705-708
Some eportfolio papers:
- Developing Codebooks as a New Tool to Analyze Students’ ePortfolios by Beatrice Ligorio, Maria Antonietta Impedovo and
- Growing a New Culture of Assessment: Planting ePortfolios in the Metro Academies Program by Kevin Kelly
- The Eportfolio as Support for the Professional Development of Preservice Teachers : a Theoretical and Practical Overview by