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ePortfolio London 2004

Delegates and speakers to the ePortolio London 2004 conference can access the presentations at a private space:

http://www.eife-l.org/publications/eportfolio/proceedings/lon04

Conference Programme

Following the success of the first international conference wholly devoted to the ePortfolio (electronic or digital portfolio) in Poitiers, the European Institute for E-Learning (EIfEL) and the Cass Business School have great pleasure in inviting you to a follow-up event in London, to move the agenda forwards.

 

Monday 29 March

Tuesday 30 March

 

 

What is the ePortfolio?

The Future of the ePortfolio

 

8h45

Coffee - Lower Ground

 

09h00

Welcome and introduction

Serge Ravet (EIfEL, EuroPortfolio) &
Professor Clive Holtham (Cass Business School)

AUDITORIUM

Welcome and introduction

Andrew Brown
Maureen Layte

AUDITORIUM

 

9h15

Keynote

Serge Ravet  - the ePortfolio: transforming education and training in Europe

Keynote

John McCann (Office of the e-Envoy) - taking the ePortfolio agenda forwards in the UK

 

9h45

Keynote
Mike Tomlinson (14-19 Reform Working Group, DfES) - Reforming 14-19 Learning Programmes and Qualifications - the structure of the qualifications

 

Keynote

Kathryn Chang Barker

The  future for the ePortfolio

 

10h15

Keynote

Peter Rees Jones (CETIS Lipsig) -
The technology for a learning economy and Society:

Round table and discussion

The ePortfolio of the future:

Serge Ravet

John McCann

Anne Wright (DfES)

Chaired by: Kathryn Chang Barker

 

10h45

Questions and discussion

 

11h00

Coffee - in Atrium on L2

 

11h30

 

Parallel sessions

Parallel sessions

 

Introducing the ePortfolio - What is it? What is it for?

Stuart Cable (Royal College of Nurses) - 

Kathryn Chang Barker (FutureEd, Canada)

Moderated by Maureen Layte (EIfEL, Europortfolio)

2001

ePortfolio in the Health sector

Heather Cole (Head of eLearning NHSU)

Trevor Boutall (Management and Performance Solutions Ltd) - An ePortfolio solution used in the health sector

Moderated by Dick Hill (NHSU/UKeU)

2001

 

ePortfolio National Initiatives and Government

Margaret Christopoulos (UfI / learndirect) - Broadening learning opportunities for adults

John Olivera (Managing Information Across Partnerships Programme Manager DfES)

Rheinallt Jones E-Portfolio Director for Wales)

ePortfolio for Wales Prototype

Moderated by Maureen Layte

2002

 

The ePortfolio across communities

Sue Kuzubasoglu: (Schools and Parents Achievements Network, Stoke on Trent)

Gary Choban (Nuventive) -
ePortfolios for Higher Education

Moderated by Serge Ravet   

2002

 

ePortfolio in education

Rob Melville

Alan Maddocks (DART / RAPID Project Manager, Loughborough) - The RAPID system

2003

 

13h00

Lunch - L3 Restaurant

 

14h00

Parallel sessions

Parallel sessions

 

ePortfolio technologies

Serge Ravet (EIfEL) - ePortfolio technology: the range of tools and platforms

John Bennett (Sentient Learning)

Moderated by Rob Melville (Cass Business School)

2001

ePortfolio from education to  professional bodies

Megan Quentin-Baxter (Newcastle University Medical School)

Moderated by Dick Hill

Issues for the Health Sector

Panel discussion

Chaired by Stuart Cable (Royal College of Nurses)

2001

 

The ePortfolio for personal  development and career planning

Peter Rees Jones

Simon Grant (CETIS Lipsig)

Moderated by Kathryn Chang Barker

2002

ePortfolio in education

Craig Wallace (Myinternet / Netmedia Education) - An online portfolio for students - creation, publishing and submition of personal information.

Berthold Weidmann (NETLinc Learning Community) - Lincolnshire: NETLinc's ePortfolio holders of the Future

Sue Walton (Programme Leader e-Assessment, QCA) - eVIVA: assessment built on an ePortfolio

 

2002

 

Using the ePortfolio for assessment

Phil Cottam (CTD and City & Guilds UK)
On line assessment of Vocational Qualifications

Peter West (OCR) and
Maureen Harrison (Digital Brain) -

The Remote Moderation of e-portfolios for High Stakes Qualifications

 

2003

The development of BS8788 The UK Learner Profile

Mike Collett and/or Frank Pretty (BSI IST43)

Formal Standardisation Process

David Keech (BSI IST43)

(To be confirmed as parallel session)

2003

 

15h30

Coffee - in Lower Ground

 

16h00

Panel Discussion and open debate

Commodore Bill Fairbairn (Director Training & Education MOD)

Peter Rees Jones  

Stuart Cable

Serge Ravet

Chaired by Andrew Brown (eLearnAccredit)

AUDITORIUM

Panel Discussion and open debate

David Keech
Kathryn Chang Barker
Dick Hill
Margaret Christopoulos
PaperFree

Chaired by Serge Ravet

AUDITORIUM

 

17h00

Closing remarks (drinks reception to follow)

Closing remarks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NB: Delegates attending Day 2 will be assumed to be familiar with ePortfolios, theory and general technology issues.  Delegates attending Day 1 will receive a general background introduction sufficient for them to benefit fully from Day 2

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