2014 Eportfolio Forum – Full Program now available

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Following the success of the 2012 and 2013 Eportfolio Forums, the 2014 Organising Committee are excited to share with you the full 2014  Eportfolio Forum – Moving Forward program #eportforumImage of 2014 Eportfolio Forum Program

The 2014 Eportfolio Forum will be held on 2 October 2014 at La Trobe University in Melbourne.

The event will be kicked off by Lauren Sayer and Emma Fraser, who will share the amazing work being done at Melbourne’s Royal Children’s Hospital, where eportfolios are being used to support chronically ill students achieve their greatest learning potential.  Their presentation is called Eportfolio learning design and implementation.

This amazing presentation will be followed by a Plenary Panel discussion led by Prof Beverley Oliver, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education) and ALTC National Teaching Fellow Deakin University, on the question: What does it mean to have a digital profile in 2014?

Click here to read more about these opening sessions.

The remainder of the day is made up of 30 different Workshops, 20×20 Presentations, Facilitated Conversations and Posters based on the themes of:

  • Eportfolio use in formal education
  • Eportfolio use beyond formal education
  • Eportfolio use from the user’s or learner’s perspective
  • Eportfolio learning and design

The Eportforum ends with a networking event at the Eagle Bar, La Trobe University.

The Eportforum is also supported by half-day workshops on 1 October at La Trobe University.  Download the workshops program here.

Register now as places are limited!  

Click here to find out more registering and accommodation options.

For more information contact:

Allison Miller – 0400 732 270 or eportfoliosaustralia@gmail.com


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