Presentations & resources

Day 1: Monday 21st March

Balancing the two faces of ePortfolios
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Resources
Dr Helen Barrett, University of Alaska

Using ePortfolios in students preparation for professional practice: lessons from the ePrePP project
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Dr Bettie Higgs, University College Cork

Maintaining professional competence: the use of ePortfolios
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Thomas Kearns, RCSI

Sharing practice: Weebly ePortfolio
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Eva Kilar, Harvest Resources

Using WordPress on an MSc. in eLearning: a tool for reflection, course delivery, peer learning and future student learning
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Tracey Dalton, Dublin School of Creative Arts

Sharing practice: Mahara ePortfolios
Analysing the versatility of ePortfolios
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Dr Lucía Morales, School of Accounting and Finance, DIT

Mahara for student learning
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Brian McGillion, School of Accounting and Finance, DIT

Connacht Ulster Alliance (CUA-GMIT, IT Sligo and LYIT) RPL ePortfolio assessment project
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Dr Carina Ginty, GMIT; Dr Gavin Clinch, IT Sligo

Critical thinking and ePortfolios (with a Mahara focus)
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Orna Farrell, National Institute for Digital Learning

From ePortfolios to personal learning environments: a review of the emerging trends in the ePortfolio field
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ePortfolio/PLE tool evaluation template
John Kilroy, Harvest Resources

 

Day 2: Tuesday 22nd March

Documenting learning with ePortfolios: blurring personal and professional
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Dr Michael Seery

The use of ePortfolios as a teaching, learning and assessment tool on a professional higher-education teaching qualification
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Dr Fiona O’Riordan, Griffith College

Using Mahoodle in a College of Education: a work in progress
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Alison Egan, Marino Institute of Education

Reflective writing and ePortfolios
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Orla Hanratty, Dublin Institute of Technology

An initial teacher ePortfolio: towards a streamlined platform
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Kevin Maye, Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology

sparqs: engaging with students as partners within ePortfolio processes
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Phil McGuinness, sparqs

ePortofolio review: an interim report on peer-review assessment
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Frank Bourke, Irish Institute of Pharmacy (RCSI)

Know thyself: reflection and self-assessment in ePortfolios to support lifelong learning
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Resources
Dr Helen Barrett, University of Alaska

sparqs staff/student partnership model: strategies to shape and enhance the learning experience
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Phil McGuinness, sparqs

 

Day 3: Wednesday 23rd March

Digital identities: resources for uncertain futures
Presentation slides
Helen Beetham, Jisc

 Exploring our digital identities
Catherine Cronin, National University of Galway


Beyond portfolios – student as public scholar
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Bill Hunter, University of Ontario, Institute of Technology

The use of PebblePad with Disability Services
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Kieran Lewis, Trinity College Dublin

The use of reflective practice in ePortfolio development
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Dr Teresa Whitaker, Hibernia College

Taking the LEAD: reflections on using ePortfolios for students to evidence employability skills development
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Brian Gormley, Jen Harvey, Dave Kilmartin, Peter Lewis, DIT

Digital identity through digital storytelling in ePortfolios
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Resources
Dr Helen Barrett, University of Alaska