2013 Eportfolio Forum Program

2013 Eportfolio Forum

Digital Identities, Footprints and Networks

3 October 2013

University of Canberra, Bruce Campus, Australian Capital Territory

together with Pre-Forum Workshops on 2 October

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2013 Eportfolio Forum Program will run from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm (Registration from 8.45 am), followed by ‘networking drinks’ at the Lighthouse Waterfront Pub (78-80 Emu Bank, Belconnen).

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Click here to download a PDF version of the program

2013 ePortfolio Forum Program
Thursday 3 October 2013







8.45 am Registration

Tea & Coffee












Main Plenary Room




9.30 am Welcome and running of the day

Prof Gerlese Akerlind Director Teaching and Learning Centre,  University of Canberra




9.35 am Opening address

Prof Nicholas Klomp Deputy Vice Chancellor – Education,  University of Canberra










9.50 am Keynote

Prof Philip Long, University of Queensland


ePortfolios in the New World of Learner Driven Pathways


10.30 am Opening speaker

Dr Alan McAlpine, Queensland University of Technology


Career Development, Employers needs and ePortfolios…. is there a connection?








11.00 am Morning   tea













 TEAL Room



 Studio 1 & 2

11.30 am Workshop   1A

Misty M. Kirby: Using Mahara as an Early Career Researcher


Workshop   2A

Jennifer Munro: From the bottom up approach – Creating a model to foster the “pull” effect in student uptake of eportfolios on a personal basis.

12.15 pm Workshop   1B

Dr Ruth Sibson: Adding employability value to an eportfolio


Workshop   2B

Susan Main: Across the depth and breadth: The embedding of eportfolios in a School of Education.







1.00 pm Lunch




 Flexispace 1 & 2





Belinda Allen – A learning portfolios approach to academic development

Tracey Dickinson: E-portfolios: A tool for facilitating stakeholder investment in Field Education





Lynn McAllister: Student centred approaches – bringing together learning places and learning spaces

Sandra J Stewart – Using PebblePad to support a Masters Research Project











2.00 pm 20 x 20   sessions – Group A – e-Portfolio implementation strategies


20 x 20   session – Various


 Flexispace 1 & 2



 TEAL Room



Getting started: Stephen Bright: Starting the journey with a single step

Getting started: Silvia Dewiyanti: ePortfolio footprints for students, academic and institution


All: Alexander Hayes: E-portfolios and Google Glass

Identities: Angela Shetler: iDentity: Negotiating constructions of self in the digital space


Getting started: Meg O’Reilly: Building momentum for course-based ePortfolios

Getting started: Alison Poot: Me-portfolios and T-portfolios


Pathways: Chris Bushell: LMS (Morris Minor) vs e-Portfolio (Lamborghini): What will you choose to drive?

Pathways: Kristina D.C. Hoeppner: The ePortfolio: The work of an individual?


Getting started: Christine Slade: Tricks of the Trade in ePortfolio Implementation: A Case Study

Getting started: Julia Morris: Changing how we communicate: Creating and distributing regular newsletters using an ePortfolio platform


Verifying evidence: Brad Edlington: Using e-Portfolios for multiple purposes: non-mainstream uses of portfolios in the Associate Degree in Policing Practice

Identities: Lyn Lewis: Digital identity: Are students’ views regarding digital representation of ‘self’ gendered?








20 x 20   session – Group C – Education/Design


20 x 20   session – Group D – Health/Engineering


 Studio 1



 Studio 2



Pathways: Dr. Mariamma Mathew: Developing an Information System for E-Portfolio Based Knowledge Generation and Sharing in Teacher Education

Pathways: Shang Gao: Managing web design artefacts using ePortfolio


All: Sonia Rapana: ePortfolio, a tailored system for professional development and regulatory recertification

Getting started: Prof Brett Williams: ePortolios in paramedic education: 12 months on


Pathways: Misty Adoniou: Developing a successful multipurpose e-portfolio for course work and teacher accreditation

Verifying Evidence: Stephen Barass: Transmedia ePortfolios


Verifying evidence: Terry Young: Online Clinical Assessment & New opportunities

Pathways: Dr Stephen Isbel: E-Portfolios:  Are they useful in occupational therapy education?


Pathways: Dr Jennifer Munday: Remembering ePortfolios: moving personal learning into professional practice

Pathways: Sophie McKenzie: Using ePortfolios to develop career objectives in games design and development at an Australia University


Pathways: Keith Lyons: Students as Producers

Pathways: Heather Pate: The legacy of language: Engineering





3.00 pm Facilitated   conversations – Cluster A


Facilitated   conversations – Cluster B



 Flexispace 1 & 2



 TEAL Room



Associate Professor Lynne Mayne: Aligning ePortolio Assessments with the Educational Framework – from learning outcomes to marking



Dr Katrina Strampel: We’ve got the system, now what? A professional conversation about embedding eportfolios into university curriculum and culture



Assoc. Prof. Jo Coldwell-Neilson: Using ePortfolio to evidence learning outcomes



Nayomie Baihn: The journey towards successful ePortfolio implementation – starting out, changing gears, maintaining momentum, and overcoming a few speed bumps along the way!



Dr Jennifer Rowley: Technology, learning  and identity: rethinking ePortfolios for Arts students knowledge management



Pauline Porcaro – Creating new learning spaces in Google Sites – A whirlwind tour







4.00 pm Where to   from here

Allison Miller, ePortfolios Australia




4.15 pm






from 4.30 pm Networking

The Lighthouse Waterfront Pub, 78-80 Emu Bank, Belconnen


 Drinks at own cost – Nibbles provided


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