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1 E-Portfolios: Enhance learning, assess learning, showcase learning Paula Martin, KPC Tara Smith, Civic Engagement Claudia Lampman, Honors John Petraitis, Psychology

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5 E-Portfolio in U.S. Higher Education: Examples Program-Specific: University of Denver St. Olaf College University of Nebraska Virginia Tech University of Texas San Antonio Western Governors University Stanford University University of Alaska Anchorage (Education) … Institution-Wide: Minnesota State Colleges and Universities – MN (and IN) have statewide system for all residents Penn State University LaGuardia Community College Clemson University San Francisco State University of Washington …

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7 Exploring Eportfolios at UAA: a two-year dialogue Fall 2010: Contemplation & Recognition Spring: Selection of Programs & Intensive Fall 2011: Implementation & Reflection Spring 2012: Reporting & Recommendations

8 Fall 2010 National speaker (maybe) Establish eportfolio workgroup (local expertise or interest) Identify 2 faculty leads Yr1 pilot programs – UAA Civic Engagement (Tara: 5min) – UAA Honors: (Claudia: 5min) – UAA Psy (John: 5min) RFP for AY12 programs for Intensive

9 Spring 2011 Selection of AY12 pilot programs Intensive training of AY12 program teams (2+ members per program)

10 Fall 2011 Reflection on & revision of AY11 pilot eportfolios Development of AY12 pilot eportfolios Implementation of AY11 & AY12 eportfolios

11 Spring 2012 Reflection & Revisions Reporting back to faculty

12 University Honors E-Portfolio Pilot Outcomes Assessment of the Honors program is difficult because students are from many disciplines, schools, and colleges The common experience is core courses: – HNRS A192 Honors Seminar: Enduring Books – HNRS A292 Honors Social Science Seminar – HNRS A310 Community Service: Theory & Practice – HNRS A392 Honors Thesis Seminar – HNRS A499 Honors Thesis

13 University Honors E-Portfolio Pilot Portfolios would allow Honors students to showcase their work and allow assessment team to independently evaluate products In Fall 2010, two classes will be asked to begin building a portfolio through Blackboard – HNRS A192 Honors Seminar: Enduring Books “Limits to Growth” Revisited (Mary Logan) – HNRS A292 Honors Social Science Seminar: Gender, Culture, and Nature (Claudia Lampman)

14 University Honors E-Portfolio Pilot Each of these courses requires a major project Students will be provided with a rubric that shows how the project will be evaluated both: – in the course (for a grade), and – for outcomes assessment (by other faculty with no impact on student) The rubric’s are based on AACU rubrics – Handout examples Students will submit their work through a Blackboard interface, including: – Project materials – Reflections about how their project achieves the stated outcomes in the rubric

15 University Honors E-Portfolio Pilot

16 BA/BS Psychology One student Lots of consultation with faculty colleagues about – Linking portfolios to coursework – Nature of course assignments and grading – Content and format of portfolio

17 Earl ‘Chuck’ Crew Content Home About me General Education Psychology Coursework Integrative Capstone Research Experience Work Experience Community Engagement Resume Welcome – Picture – Favorite quote

18 Earl ‘Chuck’ Crew Content Home About me General Education Psychology Coursework Integrative Capstone Research Experience Work Experience Community Engagement Resume About me – Where I came from – Journey through school Where I started What I’ve done since Where I hope to go

19 Earl ‘Chuck’ Crew Content Home About me General Education Psychology Coursework Integrative Capstone Research Experience Work Experience Community Engagement Resume General Education Competencies – Oral communication Learning goal: generic to all students Personal Artifact, e.g., – Power point presentation – Video of presentation Reflection: how the personal artifact fits the generic goal – Written communication – Quantitative skills – etc

20 Earl ‘Chuck’ Crew Content Home About me General Education Psychology Coursework Integrative Capstone Research Experience Work Experience Community Engagement Resume Psychology Courses – PSY A111: General Psychology Goal, artifact, and reflection – PSY A150: Lifespan Development – PSY A260: Statistics – PSY A260L: Statistics Lab – PSY A345: Abnormal Psychology – PSY A355: Learning & Cognition – PSY A368: Personality – PSY A370: Biological Psychology – etc

21 What next? Not forced upon programs, and not rushed Workgroup of interested faculty, staff, and students Faculty leads

22 ACDLIT Active & Engaged Ad Hoc Research Budget, Planning, & Facilities Committee on Committees Diversity Graduate Academic Board Institutional & Unit Assessment Library Advisory Professional Development Student Academic Support Undergraduate Academic Board ACDLIT Active & Engaged Ad Hoc Research Budget, Planning, & Facilities Committee on Committees Diversity Graduate Academic Board Institutional & Unit Assessment Library Advisory Professional Development Student Academic Support Undergraduate Academic Board Community Campuses Debbie Narang – Vacancies Hilary Davies – C/B


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