Vienna
“Zeig, was du kannst!” E-Portfolio & Open Badges an Schulen

Am 2. Tag des eBazars der PH Wien, am 26. Februar 2015, wurden von Klaus Himpsl-Gutermann und Petra Szucsich vom ZLI der PH Wien die Ergebnisse der KidZ E-Portfolio Studie 2014 präsentiert.

KidZ E-Portfolio Studie 2014

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Vienna
26.02.15: EUFolio Präsentation am eBazar der PH Wien

Zum eBazar der PH Wien, am 26. Februar 2015, wurde vom Zentrum für Lerntechnologie und Innovation (ZLI) der PH Wien eine Delegation aus Irland eingeladen. Ben Murray vom NCCA (National Council for Curriculum and Assessment) und Sinéad Tuohy vom Junior Cycle for Teachers, einer Abteilung des irischen Bildungsministeriums, sowie Andrea Ghoneim von der Donau-Universität Krems, stellten gemeinsam das EUFolio Projekt vor.

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Abstract This case study reports an ongoing project at the University of Sussex seeking to introduce the idea of Open Badges to the institution while exploring some of the practical issues and limiting factors associated with this method of recognising learning. The focus is on piloting Open Badges in workshops and events for staff in order to develop understanding of the advantages and challenges of this form of micro-credentialing. It is hoped that the knowledge gained from this project can be used to identify and support appropriate future staff and student-facing badging initiatives. The project aims to:  Develop understanding of Open Badges and their potential in higher education amongst professional service colleagues and academics.  Evaluate tools and processes.  Build capacity to support future projects. The project has begun to meet its aims, there is now an operational badging scheme for Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) staff development workshops; colleagues in student...
Announcement
12.02.2015
The Open University launches Badged Open Courses
The Open University (OU) is building on years of knowledge, experience and research into Open Educational Resources (OER) with its release of innovative new free Badged Open Courses (BOCs). These have been developed in response to the needs of informal learners who are seeking access to study skills and to have their learning recognised. “We have listened to the changing needs and requirements of our informal learners using our open platforms” says The OU’s Open Media Unit Director, Andrew Law. “Badged Open Courses will complement The OU’s extensive and growing portfolio of OER on OpenLearn...
Initiative
16.01.2015
Thinking Beyond Me-Portfolios
The use of ePortfolios is growing. That is incontestable. However, most ePortfolio practice is still concentrated on portfolios about the author, rather than portfolios about activities, projects and placements: process based portfolios. This workshop explored 5 categories of process portfolios, discussing how they provide rich evidence for me-portfolios and provided valuable opportunities for portfolio rehearsal. Download the powerpoint here http://www.recordingachievement.org/images/pdfs/SEMINARS/dh.ppt
Practice
16.01.2015
Learning Plans and e-portfolios in the new Integrated Engineering Programme
UCL’s Faculty of Engineering Sciences is radically overhauling its undergraduate curriculum, explicitly incorporating professional development via reflective practice using a suite of online tools for students to develop intentional learning plans and log progress under the guidance of personal tutors and others. This workshop gave an early review of this new programme and sought peer input.   Read more about this workshop here http://www.recordingachievement.org/news-and-events/events/post-event-re...  
Practice
16.01.2015
What students value in e-portfolios
Student led session at the CRA (Centre for Recording Achievements) 14th Annual Residential Seminar in Birmingham    Download powerpoint here http://www.recordingachievement.org/images/pdfs/SEMINARS/sk.ppt
Practice
16.01.2015
Revisiting and enhancing the Professional Practice Portfolio (PPP) module in Teacher Training
This workshop session looked at how the University of Bolton has run a very successful Teacher Training (TT) programme for many year. The programme has recently been revisited and revalidated and its Professional Practice Portfolio (PPP) key module has been enhanced to ensure it fits practitioners, market and institutional current 'e'Needs. The workshop shared this new approach.  Download the powerpoint here http://www.recordingachievement.org/images/pdfs/SEMINARS/mrst.ppt