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ePortfolio 2004

Following the success of the first international conference on the electronic ePortfolio in Poitiers in 2003 and the national events in the UK, Ireland and Canada this year, ePortfolio 2004 conferencebrought together experts and practitioners from all over the world to present and discuss progress in this rapidly developing field.

Following the success of the first international conference on the electronic ePortfolio in Poitiers in 2003 and the national events in the UK, Ireland and Canada this year, ePortfolio 2004 conferencebrought  together experts and practitioners from all over the world to present and discuss progress in this rapidly developing field.

The eLearning revolution has entered into a new phase: the development of tools and services that, beyond the provision of flexible and innovative learning solutions, offer the means to fully value and empower the individual, the lifelong and lifewide learning citizen. The ePortfolio will soon become vital to the management of human capital and social assets.

It is our belief that in 2010, every citizen will have an ePortfolio; this belief is supported by strong evidence such as the forward looking eLearning policy of Wales, which has already decided that each Welsh citizen will have an ePortfolio, the Italian Ministry of Education that has decided to provide each pupil and school with an ePortfolio.

Thursday28 October 2004 

 

08:30

Registration and coffee in the exhibition area

09:00

Welcome and introduction to Conference

 

Daniel Kaplan, President of EIfEL

Didier Moreau: Directeur de l'Espace Mendès-France

Representative of the Région Poitou-Charentes

09:30

Keynote

in 2010 every citizen will have an ePortfolio

Serge Ravet, Chief Executive of EIfEL, Coordinator of EPICC and Europortfolio Kathryn Chang Barker, FuturEd, LIfIA, Canada

09:45

Keynote

State of the Art in ePortfolios

Peter Rees Jones, CETIS, UK

10:15

Keynote

ePortfolio for new models of learning

On the move:ePortfolios and new ways of learning - Elizabeth Hartnell-Young, The University of Melbourne, Australia                                         

10:45

Coffee – in the exhibition Area

11h15

PS1

Towards ePortfolio interoperability

TECHNOLOGY TRACK: Sponsored by European IMS

Chair - Fabrizio Giorgini, Giunti Interactive Labs

PS2

ePortfolio in schools

Chair - Riina Vuorikari, European Schoolnet

PS3

The impact of the ePortfolio on continuing professional development

Chair - Jan van Tartwijk, University of Maastricht

PS4

Implementing ePortfolio in higher education

Chair - Tapio Koskinen, HUT

PS5

Evaluating ePortfolio use in Higher education

Chair - Helen Barrett International Society for Technology in Education

PS6

ePortfolio national and regional policies

Chair - Maureen Layte, EifEL

PS7
(en français)

Pourquoi et comment mettre en œuvre un projet de ePortfolio?

Chair - Jean-Pierre Corveler, EIfEL

Sponsored by/sponsorisé par http://thot.cursus.edu

 

12:45

Lunch, visit of exhibition

14h00

Open Space discussion:

Making the ePortfolio work

List of Themes

Small group thematic discussions with the support of speakers and Europortfolio experts: we want to learn from You! This session will be sector based with initial,higher and vocational education, lifelong learning and continuing professional development groups. Each group will have key issues to discuss and delegates will be free to choose their groups and move between them at the event.

15h30

Coffee break and visit of exhibition

16h00

Reporting and discussion

Rapporteurs from the parallel sessions and open space groups will report back on the main points of discussion, debate and action.

16h30

An Expert view on first the day

Barbara Cambridge,  American Association for Higher Education.

17h00

Round table with the experts

ePortfolio experts come together to debate the issues arising from the day's sessions

17h45

Close

 

 

 

Friday 29 October 2004

08:30

Coffee and exhibition

   

09:00

Keynote

ePortfolio for lifelong and lifewide learning

Digital Stories of Deep Learning - Helen Barrett, International Society for Technology in Education

09:30

Keynote

ePortfolio for organisational learning

Promoting eLearning cultures by using ePortfolios -  Bob Fryer, Chief Executive of the National Health Service University - UK

10:00

Keynote

Meeting the demand for ePortfolio tools and services

Gary M. Choban,  Chief Technology Officer, Nuventive, Conference sponsor

10:30

Coffee – in the Exhibition area

11h00

PS8

Getting started with ePortfolios

Chair - Elizabeth Hartnell Young

Interactive workshop to start your ePortfolio: Open source and proprietary options

PS9

Impact of ePortfolio policies on organisations

Chair - Serge Ravet, EIfEL

  • Supporting learning through personal development Planning and ePortfolio: An Institutional Case study - Rosie Bingham, Learning and Teaching Institute Sheffield Hallam University, UK.
  • Side Effects and benefits of Digital Portfolios: The Culture factor - Gail Ring,  Center for Teaching and Technology at Ball State University – USA -  Hilarie Davis, Technology for Learning Consortium – USA

PS10

Mobility and transparency  across Europe

Chair - Claudio Dondi, Scienter

PS11

ePortfolios, Accessibility and Inclusion

Chair- Andy Heath, IMS

PS12

ePortfolio assessment and certification

Chair - Peter Rees Jones, CETIS, Centre for Recording Achievement

PS13

Mobility and Security: Key technology issues

TECHNOLOGY TRACK: Sponsored by European IMS

Chair - Riina Vuorikari, EUN

PS14
(in French)

Les initiatives ePortfolio francophones

Sponsored by/sponsorisé par http://thot.cursus.edu

 

Chair - Marc van Coillie, EIfEL

12:30

Lunch, visit of exhibition

14h00

Open Space discussion:

Bringing the ePortfolio agenda forward

List of Themes

 

This open space session will be cross-sectorial and groups will be formed around key issues to all ePortfolio actors: Open versus proprietary platforms, assessment, digital storytelling, policies and accessibility. Delegates will be free to choose their groups and move between them at the event.

15h30

Coffee, visit of exhibition

16h00

Reporting and discussion

Open space discussion rapporteurs

16h30

Conclusion of the conference

Bringing the ePortfolio agenda forward: “in 2010 every citizen will have an ePortfolio

17h00

Cocktail and Close

 

 

 

Platinum Sponsor

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French track sponsor

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Technology track sponsor

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