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e-Portfolios Seminar – 10/12/09

Posted by Agnes Bosanquet on December 2nd, 2009

Interested in exploring how you could use e-portfolios in your teaching or assessment?
The Learning and Teaching Centre, with the Careers Development Centre, has invited Dr Arti Kumar, from
the University of Bedfordshire in the UK to share her experiences in the use of e-Portfolios in a learning and
teaching context.  She will present an overview of experiences [...]

E-portfolios- call for contributions to edna

Posted by Agnes Bosanquet on April 15th, 2009

Edna are inviting contributions for a “browse category” on the use of e-Portfolios in Universities:
The aim is to provide one location for information about implementation of electronic portfolios in Australian universities. The category will be gradually populated, currently consisting of some presentations from the 2008-2009 ePortfolio Symposiums and other events. Members of the Higher Education [...]

Edna workshop at MQ (15 April)

Posted by Agnes Bosanquet on March 20th, 2009

Connecting through edna: building cultural bridges, a one-day mini conference about technologies in education, will be held at Macquarie on April 15.
UPDATE (24 March) – This workshop is now full, but you can contact Lisa Javier to be put on the waiting list.
Edna is the Education Network Australia – find out more about [...]

Australian e-portfolio symposium (Brisbane, Feb 09)

Posted by Agnes Bosanquet on January 16th, 2009

Details have been updated on the Australian E-portfolio Symposium, which will be held at Queensland University of Technology, Kelvin Grove Campus on 9 – 10 February 2009.  The theme is establishing an ePortfolio community of practice.
Findings from the research undertaken as part of the Australian ePortfolio Project [previously reported in this blog] [...]

Australian e-portfolio project

Posted by Agnes Bosanquet on November 8th, 2008

Gillian Hallam from the Australian ePortfolio Project (AeP) announces the release of the final report ePortfolio use by university students in Australia.  The research found a high level of interest in the use of ePortfolios and their potential to help students become reflective learners, but fragmented practice in Australian universities.
The project team is hosting a [...]