Slides about ePortfolio options delivered by Mark Marino at CCCC 2010 in Louisville, KY.
Text of ePortfolios CCCC10
1.ePortfolios: alternatives Mark C. Marino CCCC, Louisville, KY March 19, 2010
2. [Open with a Shocking Statisticand vaguely related photo] Over 50% of universities offersome sort of ePortfolio. 3. Do ePortfolios requireuniformity? 4. i.e. 5. Himpsl and Baumgartner (2008) 6. Mahara 7. PebblePad 8. Dont studentslong to RUN FREE on the Internet? 9. Goals Is an ePortfolio another temporary system more for program administrators to monitor student progress than for students? 10. Netvibes (PLE as ePortfolio) 11. 12. Helen Barretts lifelong web 13. Google Sites 14. Google Sites 15. Multimedia Learning Objects 16. Pageflakes PLE 17. All you need to know is Embed RSS Students need to learn how to create their electronic identity in the real world not in some system theyre never going to use again. -- David Parry 18. Elizabeth Losh, Internet Identity ePortfolio as online identity and branding Curating your educational experience 19. Small Pieces Loosely Joined 20. What does not go intoan ePortfolio system? 21. Convergence is a ways off All-in-One 22. Multiblog Platforms 23. Ning 24. Diigo Assessment 25. What does "Good", "Bad" etc. Karma Mean? Karma is the sum of your activity on Slashdot. This means posting, moderation, story submissions. It's just an integer in a database. The tiers are Terrible, Bad, Neutral, Positive, Good, and Excellent. 26. Collaborative Learning 27. Mark Marino Mark C. Marino email@example.com http://writerresponsetheory.org http://markcmarino.com