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EpCoP MOOC Sessions 2011

Recordings for all of our webinars will be included here as soon as possible after the events. Check for updates and reminders about the webinar schedules in the weekly MOOC SCOOPs and note the following from the schedule table below:

 Dates  Time  Topics  Location Link and Recording Link
 Thursday July 27
 8 pm
 Introduction to the EpCoP MOOC
 http://tinyurl.com/29tyznz
 Recording
 Tuesday August 2
 11 am
 Introduction to the EpCoP MOOC
 http://tinyurl.com/29tyznz
 Recording
    
 Tuesday August 9
 11 am   What are e-portfolios and what impact will they have on you?
Guest presenters: MOOCers
 http://tinyurl.com/29tyznz
 Recording
 Tuesday August 16
 11 am   Why and where do you want to create an e-portfolio?  Guest presenters: Mahara & Foliospaces systems  Kristina Hoeppner, NZ;

The presentation on Mahara is a brief introduction to this open source
e-Portfolio web application. We will be looking at how you can use Mahara
and what its advantages are as dedicated ePortfolio software.

Nayomie Baihn, NSW, AU


 
 http://tinyurl.com/29tyznz
 Recording



 Wednesday August 17
 8 pm
 World
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Do you want to try Googlesites for your e-portfolio?
Guest presenters: Christine Dix and Carole McCulloch
 http://tinyurl.com/29tyznz
 Recording
 Tuesday August 23  11 am
 World
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  Where do you want to store your e-portfolio?
 Guest presenters: PebblePad e-portfolio system
 Alison Poot, TAS, AU;

Jenni Parker
School of Management, ECU, WA; Eportfolios in the Cloud.
 http://tinyurl.com/29tyznz
 Recording
 Wednesday August 31  8 pm
 World
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  How do you gather evidence for an e-portfolio?  Guest presenters: Dave Waller and David Sowden  My Showcase, UK
Discussion on implementing an eportfolio for project teams.

 
 http://tinyurl.com/29tyznz
 Recording
 Tuesday September 6  11 am
 
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 So What? - reflections on your learning!
 
Guest presenters: Bronwyn Hegarty, NZ;
An ePortolio can successfully capture a variety of evidence about practice experiences. However, if  this evidence is to successfully demonstrate professional learning and reflective practice, scaffolding is often required to assist practitioners to reflect on their practice experiences in a meaningful way.  A Three-Step Reflective Framework was developed for a doctoral research thesis, and used to guide practitioners in reflective writing about practice.

This Reflective Framework is now used in the tertiary sector to support practitioners when preparing their ePortfolios. The framework will be described along with some examples of its use in teaching and learning.

 http://tinyurl.com/29tyznz
 Recording
 Tuesday September 13  11 am
 World
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Now What? - multi media in your e-portfolio?
 Guest presenters:
 
Ian Smissen, Director, elearning Strategies, Desire2Learn Australia Pty Ltd
Jenny Ryan, VUMI Eportfolio system, tbc;
 http://tinyurl.com/29tyznz
 Recording
 Tuesday September 20  11 am
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 Then What? - where to from here!
 
Guest presenters:The next steps! David Morgan, The Worklab; Skillsbook;

Putting a dollar value on skills to encourage a life long connection to skills development - from education to work, more education, more work, professional association and a valued career...

 J. Elizabeth Clark, La Guardia Community College,
Then What? From Routine  and Practice to Growth and Innovation in ePortfolios Over Time"
In this session, we'll focus on how routinizing ePortfolio collection and reflection can lead to growth and innovation. How does keeping an ePortfolio help us to recognize patterns in our learning? How does reflecting on those patterns help us to make targeted changes and
innovations?
 http://tinyurl.com/29tyznz
Recording
 Tuesday September 27  11 am
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 Final Farewells to the MOOC!

ePortfolios and Learning Design
Outcomes-based learning design can feel convoluted to instructors who are trying to align activities and assessments with course/program outcomes. ePortfolios can make this process more straightforward because ePortfolios prompt the question, “What kinds of artifacts can students put in their ePortfolios that will convince me that they have learned what I want them to learn?” Learning design becomes less abstract with the concrete “space” of an ePortfolio. When learning design begins with an ePortfolio, it is more likely to end with authentic assessment that aligns with stated outcomes. This presentation will cover the process of working with instructors to set up ePortfolio structures that prompt for the kind of student work they want to see.
 
 
ePortfolios and Learning Design
Learning design becomes more concrete with the “space” of an ePortfolio. This presentation will cover the process of working with instructors to set up ePortfolios that prompt for the evidence they really want to see.

 Allison Miller
 http://tinyurl.com/29tyznz
 Recording

EpCoP Sessions 2010 - 2011

Select the recording link for one or more of the webinars listed below to view the session in Elluminate Live. These webinars were scheduled for the EpCop in the first year of its operation.
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Eportfolio Communities of Practice Strategies for Creating/Maintaining local Eportfolio Communities of Practice Ken Gooding, Rodney Lofts, Alison Poot, Sarah Chesney So What? 
e-Gems session – Strategies for implementing e-portfolios in your organisation  Key considerations for implementing an e-portfolio system Allison Miller Then What? 
Eportfolio Implementation Trials 2011 Ken and Ray talk about their trials, challenges, and outcomes in using PebblePad and Mahara. Ken Johnson, Victoria University and Ray Tuckey, Great Southern Institute of Technology, WA Then What? 
Eportfolio Implementation Trials 2010 Project teams discuss eportfolio approaches in three diverse learning environments  Bec James-Mobbs, SA; Angela Garbin, WA; Ann Hardingham, VIC. What? 
Streamfolio in Eportfolios Capturing learning as it happens: Streamfolio in Eportfolios Val Evans and team Where? 
Eportfolios in the Trades how Eportfolios are beneficial for the Trades [vocational education, career-technical education].  Simon Brown for Building & Construction, QLD Nayomie Baihn and Jennifer Cunningham for Western Sydney Institute, Hairdressing, TAFE NSW Johnson and Wales University, Culinary Arts, Rhode Island, USA San Francisco State University, Public Health, USA Who? 
Eportfolios for the Professions how eportfolio concepts are being embraced in the professions  Pauline Wilson (AU), Una Daly, Phyllis Spragge, (USA) Bec James-Mobb (SA) and Sarah Stewart (NZ) Who? 
Eportfolios for Indigenous Educators (ePIE) 'Collaborative strategies for effective learner outcomes using eportfolios!' Alicia Boyle and David Morgan Why? 
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