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Building an ePortfolio Educational Technology Support Faculty of Education Creative commons licensed image courtesy of Incase
Agenda: Samples of ePortfolios Artefact Review FIPPA & privacy Copyright Getting started with Wordpress
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2. Collect Artefacts Creative commons licensed image courtesy of VFS Digital Domiriel
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Agenda Samples of eP’s? Collecting Artefacts? What are some issues to consider? Getting Started!
Be mindful of your students’ privacy : Did you change or redact the names of the students? Take photos creatively Utilize Creative Commons Images
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Agenda Samples of eP’s? Artefact Review? FiPPA and Copyright... Getting Started
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What are some features you might be looking for in a platform? Support Ease of use vs. full control Multimedia support Capacity Longevity Platform Features & Considerations
Powered by UBC Blogs is on a Canadian-hosted Server!
http://blogs.ubc.ca/portfolio/starti ng/7-things/ Support pages – be warned!
Things to go show in WordPress Privacy setting Import/Export data Delete site Set themes Create page/post Post photo and credits
Agenda What is an ePortfolio? How can I create it? What are some issues to consider? What are some tools to get me started? How can I organize my blog?
Page One (Welcome) Page Two (Autobiography) Artifact 1 (CV) Artifact 2 (Reflection) Artifact 3 (entrance essay for TEO) Page Three (Philosophy) Artifact 4 Page Four Artifact 5, etc. etc.
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Pages, posts, comments
Categorize your posts
Example of categories: https://efolio.educ.ubc.ca/tim jdow/
Building an ePortfolio Educational Technology Support Faculty of Education Creative commons licensed image courtesy of Incase.
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FYePortfolios John Jay FYE Peer Leader Training April 19, 2011 Jessica Wells Cantiello.
A Sample e-Portfolio Service Landscape for Higher Education Wolfgang Greller TenCompetence Workshop Manchester 11 Jan 2007.
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Why do one? l Prove your abilities »document your skills l Open doors l Forces you to think about yourself »Process is as valuable as the product.
Building Your Professional Online Presence Workshop Series More Than a Resume: Creating an E-Portfolio Instructor: Kelsey Raasch, TA/GA ITD & Help Desk.
Minnesota State Colleges and Universities The Call for Transparency and Accountability: The Impact of Electronic Environments and Multimedia on Accreditation.
WHY E-PORTFOLIOS? Jonathan Wilkinson. HISTORY ‘Webfolio’ during mid 1990s Basic “Static website where functionality derives from HTML links” (EPortfolios.
What is an Electronic Portfolio (ePortfolio)? “A collection of electronic evidence assembled and managed by a user, usually on the Web…Such electronic.
A centre of expertise in digital information management 1 UKOLN is supported by: Approaches to Archiving Professional Blogs Hosted in the.
21st Century Teaching Scholarship & Certificate Program Workshop 3 Bon Education.
What is a Teaching Portfolio?
Development Co-ordinator Senior Research Associate
E-PORTFOLIOS E-PORTFOLIOS Building For Your Future.
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EPortfolio California Webinar John Whitmer, California Virtual Campus.
Mahara: The Journey From Pilot to University-Wide ePortfolio Beth Klingner, PhD Executive Director of Academic Technology, Co-Director of ePortfolio Linda.
Certificate in Digital Applications – Level 02 Creative Multimedia – DA202.
Chapter 23 by Glenn Johnson e-Portfolios: Processing and Dissemination of Professional Accomplishments.
Guidelines and Info: Webquest (& Report) and Teacher e-Portfolio
2B: Teaching and Learning Panel How can we use ePortfolios to help students reflect upon and improve their learning? Helen L. Chen, Glenn Johnson, and.
Blogging to Better Writing Improving Writing Skills and Fostering Collaboration with Web 2.0 Tools Rosalind M. Hardin, Teacher The Potter’s House Christian.
TUC-Teaching Updated Course 2008 ePortfolio; Engaging Students in Active and Reflective Learning (Workshop II: Hands on ePortfolio & Digital Story) Guest.
Let’s Talk About It!.
Blogs during Work Placement Using PebblePAD Santanu Vasant, Learning Technology Adviser (Multimedia) Learning Technology Team SITS & Learning Technology.
Strategic Writing and Instruction for Teachers (SWIFT) DAY THREE Writing Your Way to Wisdom.
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