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July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 1 Current State of E- Portfolios in Higher Education Trent Batson, Ph.D., University of Rhode Island.

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1 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 1 Current State of E- Portfolios in Higher Education Trent Batson, Ph.D., University of Rhode Island EDUCAUSE Live

2 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 2 OR: No Longer Aliens in the Land of Learning: Students with ePortfolios

3 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 3 THE *One* Fact The core value, the sine-qua-non, of eportfolios: The core value, the sine-qua-non, of eportfolios: S T U D E N T O W N E R S H I P S T U D E N T O W N E R S H I P

4 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 4 Abe Helen CMS Certifying a Series of Silos: Segmented Learning Isabel Faculty Students Hand in work Cafeteria Style RosaJosh

5 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 5 ePortfolios: Students Dont Hand in Work Lynn Nichole Guillermo Kirk ePortfolio System Faculty Students set Permissions

6 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 6 ePortfolios and Learning experiential learning experiential learning service Learning service Learning collaborative learning collaborative learning critical or reflective thinking critical or reflective thinking interdisciplinary synthesis interdisciplinary synthesis dialogue around learning dialogue around learning dynamic assessment of learning dynamic assessment of learning authentic assessment authentic assessment student-centered learning student-centered learning co-curricular and non- curricular learning co-curricular and non- curricular learning focus on process rather than product focus on process rather than product Online learning Online learning AND... Life-Long Learning AND... Life-Long Learning

7 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 7 Uses for ePortfolios 1.Individual reflective portfolio 2.Advising management system 3.Resume builder 4.Citizen portfolio – workforce development 5.Faculty portfolio 6.Showcase portfolio 7.Identity development portfolio 8.Assessment management system (see next)

8 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 8 DavidJoy BarbaraLindsay Jessica Student Portfolios Assessment Management System Aggregations Reports Work Retained by Students

9 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 9 The ePortfolio Market The market is hot: World-wide, several dozen commercial and a hundred or more proprietary eportfolios and some open source No clear market leader although a number of vendors CLAIM to be the leader Companies are making money

10 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 10 Options (N. America) 1. iWebfolio – Nuventive 2. Folio – ePortaro 3. e-Portfolio – Chalk and Wire 4. FolioLive – McGraw Hill 5. WebFolio Builder – TaskStream 6. College Live Text 7. Connecticut Distance Learning Consortium 8. True Outcomes 9. Masterfile ePortfolio Manager – Concord 10. Angel ePortfolio -- Angel Learning 11. Blackboard CMS 12. TK-20 13. Open Source Portfolio 2.0 14. efolio -- Avenet

11 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 11 Implementation Models 1.subscription – students buy an account on a remotely- hosted portfolio for a resume-builder or a course portfolio; university subscribes for assessment management system 2.subscription plus installed client on site; same model, but campus gets a local client which can run reports from the remotely-hosted data. 3.open source download the code plus company sponsorship/support the code plus company sponsorship/support the code plus the company plus the community the code plus the company plus the community just the code just the code Separating the code from the services -- unbundled 4.buy the license and support services – traditional software model

12 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 12 Hosted or Licensed HOSTED: HOSTED: –Nuventive –Portaro* –Chalk and Wire* –McGraw-Hill –TaskStream –College LiveText * option for either LICENSED: LICENSED: –True Outcomes –Angel* –Blackboard –TK-20 –OSP (r*smart) –Avenet

13 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 13 Which have Assessment Management Systems? Nuventive, with Trac Dat Nuventive, with Trac Dat Chalk and Wire, with Rubric Marker Chalk and Wire, with Rubric Marker TaskStream TaskStream College LiveText College LiveText True Outcomes True Outcomes OSP 2.0, r*smart [reporting tools in 2.1] OSP 2.0, r*smart [reporting tools in 2.1] Angel [reporting tools in next release] Angel [reporting tools in next release]

14 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 14 Pricing Model? per user per year: per user per year: –K-12 systems: $2 to $14 –Higher ed: $4 - $12.50 –Open Source: $.40 to $10 for services

15 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 15 Cautions Market shake out Market shake out Should enterprise eportfolio be hosted off-campus? Should enterprise eportfolio be hosted off-campus? Is open source as sustainable at the application level as at server level? Is open source as sustainable at the application level as at server level? Demand and expectations ahead of market Demand and expectations ahead of market No definitions; no standard eportfolio lexicon No definitions; no standard eportfolio lexicon

16 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 16 Cautions, 2 CMS: for length of course CMS: for length of course ePort: for life (?) ePort: for life (?) In theory, then, harder to switch eportfolio than CMS. In theory, then, harder to switch eportfolio than CMS.

17 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 17 Cautions, 3 Portability: can keep student files in a university digital repository, but may lose: Portability: can keep student files in a university digital repository, but may lose: –comments –association with learning goal –and perhaps permissions Check for compliance with IMS ePorfolio Specification 1.0 Check for compliance with IMS ePorfolio Specification 1.0

18 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 18 Trends –Campuses may eventually have 2 or 3 portfolios for different purposes –Portfolios are being merged with course management systems: OSP 2.0 (OSP and Sakai) OSP 2.0 (OSP and Sakai) Angel Angel Tk20 Tk20 and others and others –Driving the market: Assessment management systems Assessment management systems Citizen portfolios (workforce development) Citizen portfolios (workforce development)

19 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 19 Tips Tailor eportfolio to your campus: Tailor eportfolio to your campus: –Small liberal arts: showcase student work; advisement management –State University: assessment management system –Community College: workforce development – use individual portfolio –Professional schools: assessment management system with standards for your field

20 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 20 Tips, 2 Include writing, art, music, or architecture faculty – the traditional portfolio fields – on your eportfolio task force Include writing, art, music, or architecture faculty – the traditional portfolio fields – on your eportfolio task force Re-accreditation needs will drive broad implementation, but also do pilot implementation Re-accreditation needs will drive broad implementation, but also do pilot implementation

21 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 21 Tips, 3 It will all mean nothing if students arent taught how to do folio thinking and how to build an eportfolio. It will all mean nothing if students arent taught how to do folio thinking and how to build an eportfolio. And will succeed if faculty use the production of the eportfolio as the main project in the course And will succeed if faculty use the production of the eportfolio as the main project in the course

22 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 22 Tips, 4 And..... Its all about student ownership Its all about student ownership

23 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 23 The Open Source Portfolio www.theospi.org – the Open Source Portfolio, Mellon-funded, pre- integrated with Sakai, supported by rsmart.com, mainstream open source development in the US (and the world) www.theospi.org – the Open Source Portfolio, Mellon-funded, pre- integrated with Sakai, supported by rsmart.com, mainstream open source development in the US (and the world) www.theospi.org

24 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 24 Open Source Support Company http://www.rsmart.com -- rsmart also supports Sakai and is a partner in development of Kuali; this group was formerly with SCT, producers of Banner, and now called SunGard SCT. http://www.rsmart.com -- rsmart also supports Sakai and is a partner in development of Kuali; this group was formerly with SCT, producers of Banner, and now called SunGard SCT. http://www.rsmart.com

25 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 25 ePortfolio Information Sites http://www.educause.edu/ELI/5524 -- formerly NLII; this is ELIs eportfolio site http://www.educause.edu/ELI/5524 -- formerly NLII; this is ELIs eportfolio site http://www.educause.edu/ELI/5524 http://www.eportconsortium.org/ -- for eportfolio news – a great site http://www.eportconsortium.org/ -- for eportfolio news – a great sitehttp://www.eportconsortium.org/ http://www.ibritt.com/resources/stu_epor tfolios.htm -- good place to start for those new to eportfolios http://www.ibritt.com/resources/stu_epor tfolios.htm -- good place to start for those new to eportfolios http://www.ibritt.com/resources/stu_epor tfolios.htm http://www.ibritt.com/resources/stu_epor tfolios.htm

26 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 26 Steps IT unit knowledgeable and willing IT unit knowledgeable and willing Top-down statement of interest or intent Top-down statement of interest or intent Program need Program need Settle on one or two platforms for pilots Settle on one or two platforms for pilots Go to bid for pilots Go to bid for pilots Train new students in building portfolios Train new students in building portfolios Consider phases of a project over a number of years Consider phases of a project over a number of years

27 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 27 Coming Event OSP and Sakai conference: OSP and Sakai conference: December 7 – 9, 2005, Austin, TX www.theospi.org www.sakaiproject.org

28 July 7 2005 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live! 28 Thanks trent@uri.edu


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