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1 University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire E-portfolio Adaptations Jim Lowe (lowejs@uwec.edu) lowejs@uwec.edu Interim Assistant Vice Chancellor & CIO and Brian Van Grunsven (vangrubt@uwec.edu) IS Programmer Copyright Jim Lowe and Brian Van Grunsven, 2003. November 5, 2003

2 UW-Eau Claire Liberal Arts Based InstitutionLiberal Arts Based Institution –College of Arts and Sciences –College of Business –College of Professional Studies (Schools of Education, Human Sciences & Services and Nursing) Undergraduate and Graduate (MA I)Undergraduate and Graduate (MA I) 10,500 Students & 1,150 Staff10,500 Students & 1,150 Staff 3rd largest campus in UW-System3rd largest campus in UW-System

3 Purposes of Portfolios To assess how well the university is doing in terms of fulfilling the goals of the baccalaureate degreeTo assess how well the university is doing in terms of fulfilling the goals of the baccalaureate degree To assess students in fulfilling the goals of a particular department or majorTo assess students in fulfilling the goals of a particular department or major Provide the student with specific examples to show prospective employers and graduate schoolsProvide the student with specific examples to show prospective employers and graduate schools

4 Types of E-portfolios at UW-Eau Claire Current Baccalaureate (university assessment)Baccalaureate (university assessment) Departmental - Education, English, History, Psychology (student assessment)Departmental - Education, English, History, Psychology (student assessment)Future Personal – Faculty & StudentPersonal – Faculty & Student

5 UW-Eau Claire Baccalaureate Portfolio Goals 1.Understanding of a liberal education 2.Appreciation of the University as a learning community 3.Ability to inquire, think, analyze 4.Ability to write, read, speak and listen 5.Understanding of numerical data 6. Historical consciousness 7. International and intercultural experience 8. Understanding of science and the scientific methods 9. Appreciation of the arts 10. Understanding of values 11. Understanding of human behavior and human institutions

6 Departmental Portfolio Goals Meet the goals of a specific majorMeet the goals of a specific major Example: Psychology GoalsExample: Psychology Goals –Critical Thinking, Inquiry and Analysis –Communication –Application of Theories, Concepts, Findings and Methods –Interdisciplinary Relationships –Diversity and Values

7 Consortium Collaboration Consortium InteractionConsortium Interaction –Monthly teleconferences –Consortium listserv –One on one developer communication Institution Specific ComponentsInstitution Specific Components –Usable by all consortium members –Invites new ideas, methods, and designs to be integrated into the base system

8 Using WebPortfolio

9 Edit A Portfolio

10 Review A Portfolio

11 Other Adaptations WebPortfolio: Dynamically generated for discipline; can be dynamically updated; database/LDAP drivenWebPortfolio: Dynamically generated for discipline; can be dynamically updated; database/LDAP driven MyCalendar: Linking the e-portfolio calendar with MS Exchange calendarMyCalendar: Linking the e-portfolio calendar with MS Exchange calendar MyResume: Template; User defined; Publicly viewableMyResume: Template; User defined; Publicly viewable MyAgents: Permissions/ConfigurationsMyAgents: Permissions/Configurations


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