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<ul><li><p>ePortfolios in International Education: </p><p>Fostering Integration and Awareness</p><p>Paloma Rodriguez, Ph.D. Candidate.</p><p>Coordinator of International Education, Santa Fe College</p></li><li><p>Definition</p><p>What is an ePortfolio?</p><p>ePortfolios are a personalized web-based collection of work and reflections that are used to demonstrate key skills and accomplishments.</p><p>Adapted from An Overview of Institutional. E-Portfolios by George Lorenzo and John Ittelson. Edited by Diana Oblinger. ELI Paper 2: 2005. September 2005. https://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/eli3001.pdf</p><p>Eynon, B., L. M. Gambino, and J. Trk. 2014 What Difference Can ePortfolio Make? A Field Report from the Connect to Learning Project. International Journal of ePortfolio 4 (1). http://www.theijep.com/pdf/IJEP127.pdf</p></li><li><p>ePortfolios in Higher Education</p><p>Who uses ePortfolios? </p><p>Data retrieved from the EDUCAUSE 2014 Survey of Undergraduates and Technology by Trent Batson Ph.D., AAEEBL (Association for Active Experiential Evidence Based Learning). AAEEBL is an association of eportfolio professionals.</p><p>Appalachian State University</p><p>Auburn University</p><p>Baruch CUNY</p><p>Bloomsburg University</p><p>Borough of Manhattan CUNY</p><p>Boston University</p><p>Brandeis University</p><p>Bridgewater College</p><p>Bronx College CUNY</p><p>Brooklyn CUNY</p><p>Brown University</p><p>Bryant University</p><p>Cal State University Fresno</p><p>Carleton University, Canada</p><p>Central Piedmont Community </p><p>College</p><p>Central CUNY</p><p>Central Michigan University</p><p>Centre For Recording </p><p>Achievement</p><p>City College CUNY</p><p>Champlain College</p><p>Clemson University</p><p>Columbia University</p><p>College of Saint Elizabeth</p><p>Dartmouth College</p><p>Davenport University</p><p>Deakin University, AU</p><p>DePaul University</p><p>Dominican University</p><p>Edith Cowan University, AU</p><p>Embry-Riddle</p><p>Empire State College SUNY</p><p>Emory and Henry College</p><p>Everest College</p><p>Ferrum College</p><p>Georgetown University</p><p>Graduate Center CUNY</p><p>Harvard University</p><p>Hostos CUNY</p><p>Hunter University CUNY</p><p>Indiana University Purdue </p><p>University Indianapolis</p><p>John Jay CUNY</p><p>Johnson &amp; Wales University</p><p>Journalism CUNY</p><p>Kapi'olani Community College</p><p>Kingsborough CUNY</p><p>LaGuardia Community College </p><p>CUNY</p><p>Lane Community College</p><p>Law CUNY</p><p>Lehman CUNY</p><p>Loyola of Chicago</p><p>MIT</p><p>Macaulay CUNY</p><p>Manhattanville College</p><p>Middlesex Community College</p><p>Molloy College</p><p>Medgar Evers CUNY</p><p>Mercy College</p><p>Montgomery College</p><p>Mount Ida College</p><p>Naropa University</p><p>Nebraska Wesleyan University</p><p>NYC Coll of Tech CUNY</p><p>Guttman Community College </p><p>CUNY</p><p>Northeastern University</p><p>Northwestern Connecticut </p><p>Community College</p><p>Norwalk Community College</p><p>Old Dominion University</p><p>Otterbein University</p><p>Pace University</p><p>Pennsylvania State University</p><p>Pepperdine University</p><p>Point Loma Nazarene University</p><p>Plymouth State University</p><p>Prairie View A&amp;M University</p><p>Pratt Institute</p><p>Portland State University</p><p>Queens CUNY</p><p>Queensborough CUNY</p><p>Queensland University of </p><p>Technology</p><p>Radford University</p><p>Richard Stockton College</p><p>Roger Williams University</p><p>Saint Francis University</p><p>Salt Lake Community College</p><p>Salve Regina University</p><p>Southern New Hampshire </p><p>University</p><p>Southern Utah University</p><p>Stanford University</p><p>Staten Island CUNY</p><p>Stonehill College</p><p>Stony Brook University, SUNY</p><p>Texas Christian University</p><p>Texas Woman's University</p><p>The George Washington University</p><p>Tufts University</p><p>Tunxis Community College</p><p>UFS CUNY</p><p>University of Alaska</p><p>University of Cincinnati</p><p>University of Georgia</p><p>University of Guelph, Canada</p><p>University of Kansas</p><p>University of Laverne</p><p>University of Michigan</p><p>University of North Carolina </p><p>Greensboro</p><p>University of Nottingham</p><p>University of Notre Dame</p><p>University of Queensland</p><p>University of Virginia</p><p>University of Washington</p><p>University of Waterloo</p><p>Utah Valley University</p><p>Vaughn College</p><p>Virginia Tech University</p><p>Washington State University</p><p>Wentworth Institute of Technology</p><p>Westminster College</p><p>York CUNY</p><p>54% (over 10 million) of students in the US used eportfolios in at least one course</p><p>14% (2,800,000) of students in the US used eportfolios in 2 courses or more</p><p>http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ss14/ERS1406.pdf</p></li><li><p>How can ePortfolios contribute to global learning?</p><p>How can ePortfolios help make global learning visible and relevant to external audiences?</p><p>ePortfolios in International Education </p></li><li><p>ePortfolios in International Education</p><p>In Internationalized Courses</p><p>In what context can we use ePortfolios in International Education? </p><p>In Study Abroad Programs In International Certificate Programs</p><p>Blog Journal/ Reflection Capstone Project</p></li><li><p>Eportfolios</p><p>As Capstone Project </p><p>Example: </p><p>The International Studies Certificate Program At Santa Fe College</p></li><li><p>PART 1: CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS</p><p>International Studies Certificate at Santa Fe College</p><p>12 credits Internationalized Coursework </p><p>8 credits Foreign Language</p></li><li><p>70 points in international co-curricular experiences</p><p>PART 2: EXTRACURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS</p><p>International Studies Certificate at Santa Fe College</p></li><li><p>PART 3: CAPSTONE PROJECT- EPORTFOLIO</p><p>Sample template Platform Student ePortfolio</p><p> Document learning and experiences Assess global knowledge and intercultural competence</p><p>International Studies Certificate at Santa Fe College</p></li><li><p>Student ePortfolios</p><p>Events</p><p> 500 word essay Has this lecture changed the way you think about this topic? Explain</p><p>Lectures, film festivals, museum visits, performances</p></li><li><p> 500 word essay</p><p> Advisors letter</p><p>Involvement</p><p> Language Clubs International student clubs Model UN Team Volunteer work with NGOs</p><p>Student ePortfolios</p></li><li><p>Research</p><p> Research project Picture of presentation session RUE: SF Research in </p><p>Undergraduate Education Festival</p><p>Student ePortfolios</p></li><li><p>Study Abroad</p><p> 1,000 word reflective essay/ journal Picture gallery</p><p>Student ePortfolios</p></li><li><p>LEARNING WITH ELECTRONIC PORTFOLIOS</p></li><li><p>CCID/ Santa Fe College 2015 Survey of Global Certificates </p><p>https://ccidcertificate.wordpress.com/</p><p>37%</p><p>26%</p><p>0</p><p>1</p><p>2</p><p>3</p><p>4</p><p>5</p><p>6</p><p>7</p><p>8</p><p>ePortfolio Presentation Essay</p><p>Type of Capstone Project</p><p>International/Global Certificate Models</p><p>There seems to be no clear preference over one type of capstone project vs. another.</p><p>Should we have a preference?</p><p>37%</p><p>CAPSTONE PROJECTS</p><p>https://ccidcertificate.wordpress.com/</p></li><li><p>ePortfolioPassport &amp; Essay</p><p>International/ Global Certificate Models</p><p>What difference does an eportfolio make? </p></li><li><p>ePortfolios &amp; Retention and Success</p><p>The use of eportfolios has significant impact on retention and success. </p><p>Eynon, B., L. M. Gambino, and J. Trk. 2014 What Difference Can ePortfolio Make? A Field Report from the Connect to Learning Project. International Journal of ePortfolio 4 (1). http://www.theijep.com/pdf/IJEP127.pdfData and other resources can be found online at the Catalyst for Learning site: http://c2l.mcnrc.org/evidence/evidence-1/</p><p>2.65</p><p>2.7</p><p>2.75</p><p>2.8</p><p>2.85</p><p>Next semester Cummulative GPA</p><p>Comparison Sections ePortfolio Sections</p><p>IUPUI ePorfolio-based Personal Development Plan </p><p>in First-Year Seminar</p><p>San Francisco State University</p><p>http://www.theijep.com/pdf/IJEP127.pdfhttp://c2l.mcnrc.org/evidence/evidence-1/</p></li><li><p>ePortfolios and Active Learning </p><p>Learner-Centered </p><p>Awareness of learning process</p><p>Reflection</p><p>Connect learning</p><p>Self-assessmentOwnership</p><p>Self-authorship</p><p>ePortfoliosare a learner-centered pedagogy that promotes deep and active learning.</p></li><li><p>ePortfolios and Active Learning </p><p>Active LearningCompliance with requirements</p><p>By working on their eportfolios, students take ownership of their own learning engage in self-assessment gain metacognitive skills</p></li><li><p>Integration</p><p>ePortfolios allow students:</p><p> To establish connections between what they learn in courses and what they experience in co-curricular activities</p><p> To link career with academics</p><p> To make a meaningful use of technology</p><p>ePortfolios and Active Learning </p></li><li><p> Who I am</p><p> Where I am</p><p> How I got here</p><p> Where I am going</p><p>ePortfolios and Identity Development</p><p>Self-Authorship</p><p>Through their eportfolios students reflect on their role in constructing reality, on their goals, on their learning journey, on their relationship with others, and ultimately on their place in the world. </p></li><li><p>Professional Digital Identity</p><p>ePortfolios and Career Development</p><p>ePortfolios allow students to develop a professional digital identity and link academics with career development.</p><p>http://university.linkedin.com/linkedin-for-students.htmlhttp://university.linkedin.com/linkedin-for-students.html</p></li><li><p>Employers views on ePortfolios</p><p>80 % of employers say that, when evaluating a job candidate, it would be very or fairly helpful for them to have access to an electronic portfolio. </p><p>Hart Research Associates. 2015. Falling Short? College Learning and Career Success. Washington, DC: Association of American Colleges and Universities. Full report available at http://www.aacu.org/leap/public-opinion-research/2015-survey-falling-short.</p><p>Employers are willing to use eportfolios for hiring purposes. </p><p>http://www.aacu.org/leap/public-opinion-research/2015-survey-falling-short</p></li><li><p>Employers views on Skills</p><p>Employers are more interested in skills than in specific majors. </p><p>93 % of employers say that a demonstrated capacity:</p><p> to think critically communicate clearly and solve complex problems</p><p>is more important than a candidates undergraduate major.</p><p>93%</p><p>7%</p><p>Agree</p><p>Does not agree</p><p>It Takes More than a Major: Employer Priorities for College Learning and Student Success. 2013. Washington, DC: Association of American Colleges and Universities and Hart Research Associates. Full report available at http://www.aacu.org/leap/presidentstrust/compact/2013SurveySummary</p><p>ePortfolios allow students to showcase highly valued job skills.</p><p>http://www.aacu.org/leap/presidentstrust/compact/2013SurveySummary</p></li><li><p>ePortfolios and Career Development</p><p>The How To of Helping Students Incorporate Their International Experience Into the Job Search and Interview Process Ann Hubbard. M.A., Vice President AIFS, Director, University Relations for Customized Programs and Academic Assessment and Darren Kaltved. M.Ed. Assistant Director Career Services, School of Public Health, University of Minnesota.</p><p>S Situation</p><p>T Task</p><p>A Action</p><p>R Results</p><p>As they discuss the skills gained through their involvement in international organizations or study abroad, students can generate narratives that will prepare them for future job interviews.</p><p>Showcasing Skills</p></li><li><p>ePortfolios and Study Abroad</p><p> ePortfolios can contribute to increase intentionality in Study Abroad programs.</p><p> Students embark on experiences with awareness of learning goals and ownership of the learning process.</p><p> Students reflect and debrief after their experience in their eportfolios.</p><p>Intentionality</p></li><li><p>ELECTRONIC PORTFOLIOS </p><p>AND </p><p>CAMPUS INTERNATIONALIZATION</p></li><li><p>Effects on International Education</p><p>Social Desirability</p><p>ePortfolios can increase the social desirability of International Education programs, due to:</p><p> their visible and shareable nature </p><p> their pragmatic applications</p><p> and their integration of technology </p></li><li><p>Effects on Study Abroad</p><p>ePortfolios can help redefine study abroad as an essential academic experience and a valuable career investment. ePortfolios are a compelling tool to present this </p><p>message to important decision makers, such as parents and administrators.</p></li><li><p>Effects on International Education</p><p>After the implementation of the International Studies Certificate in Fall 2013:</p><p> 1,200 students are currently enrolled in the certificate program</p><p> Enrollment in study abroad increased by 26%</p><p> Student enrollment in international clubs increased by 300%</p><p> New international learning communities were formed (i.e.: Asian Corner with 70members)</p><p>At Santa Fe College from Fall 2013 to Fall 2014</p></li><li><p>Career </p><p>Resource </p><p>Center</p><p>Honors </p><p>Program</p><p>International </p><p>Education</p><p>Office</p><p>Academic</p><p>Departments</p><p>Marketing</p><p>Department</p><p>Office of </p><p>Diversity</p><p>Multicultural </p><p>Student</p><p>Center</p><p>Student </p><p>Affairs</p><p>Disability </p><p>Resource </p><p>Center</p><p>Grants / </p><p>FoundationAdministration</p><p>Library</p><p>Student </p><p>Life</p><p>Institutional Partnerships</p><p>ResearchEvents</p><p>Career Development</p><p>Fundraising</p><p>Office of </p><p>Diversity</p><p>Marketing </p><p>Department</p><p>Academic </p><p>Technologies</p><p>Involvement</p><p>Technology</p><p>ePortfolios can strengthen campus collaboration by making international programs relevant and visible to a variety of stakeholders.</p></li><li><p>Alignment with Institutional Priorities</p><p> Prepare globally competitive graduates.</p><p> Prepare students to adapt to a changing world and effect positive change.</p><p>ePortfolios can help visualize the alignment of International Education programs with the Strategic Plan and Mission of the institution.</p><p> Model and instill professionalism and intercultural proficiency.</p><p>Ex: Santa Fe College 2014-2019 Values and Strategic Plan</p></li><li><p>Alignment with Institutional Priorities</p><p> To provide research-based, learner-centered program of services that supports access and student engagement from matriculation to goal attainment.</p><p> Lifelong learning</p><p> Increased utilization of technology in teaching</p></li><li><p>Paloma Rodriguezpaloma.rodriguez@sfcollege.eduwww.sfcollege.edu/international</p><p>How to get started: ePortfolio Resourcespalomamonreal.wix.com/education</p><p>Student ePortfolio Samples: http://www.sfcollege.edu/international/index.php?section=eportfolio</p><p>mailto:paloma.rodriguez@sfcollege.eduhttp://www.sfcollege.edu/internationalhttp://www.palomamonreal.wix.com/educationhttp://www.sfcollege.edu/international/index.php?section=eportfolio</p></li></ul>