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Healthcare

Facing the Challenges of 21st Century Healthcare Education ....................................11

Harry Owen, Flinders University, Australia

Can ePortfolios assist students’ learning in the work place? Exploring students’ demonstration of their professional work experience through ePortfolios in the Construction Management and Nursing disciplines.....................................................13

Catharine Ann Simmons, Anthony Williams, Tracy Levett-Jones, William Sher, Lynette Bowen, Ning Gu The University of Newcastle, Australia

The professional ePortfolio - a platform to support evidence-based professional development......................................................................................................................22

Luke Feeney, Steve Pitman Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland Institute of Leadership, Ireland, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates

Effective embedding of ePortfolios in Medical and Dental curricula ..........................29

Simon Cotterill, Paul Horner, David Teasdale, Janice Ellis, Mark Thomason, Chris Vernazza, Philip Bradley, John Peterson, Gordon Skelly, Tony McDonald, Steve Ball Newcastle University, United Kingdom

ePortfolios in general dental practice: validating CPD activity for improved performance ......................................................................................................................31

Julia O'Sullivan, Robert Morgan Royal College of Surgeons of England, United Kingdom

Electronic Portfolio Use as an Assessment Medium: Pharmacy Students’ Perceptions and Experiences .........................................................................................33 Kenneth Lee a,b, Michelle Kinsella a,b, Beverley Oliver c, Brian R von Konsky c and Richard

Parsons a,d a School of Pharmacy, Curtin University of Technology, Bentley, Western Australia b Curtin Health Innovation Research Institute (CHIRI), Curtin University of Technology, Bentley, Western Australiac Office of Teaching and Learning, Curtin University of Technology, Bentley, Western Australiad School of Occupational Therapy & Social Work, Curtin University of Technology, Bentley, Western Australia

 
 

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DO I DARE DISTURB THE UNIVERSE? AN ePORTFOLIO VISION FOSTERING INDEPENDENT MINDEDNESS IN HEALTHCARE...........................................................41

Anne-Marie Howes Leeds Institute of Medical Education, University of Leeds

References! 44

Experience acquired from the development of ePortfolio continuing competence solutions for 8 (eight) regulated health professions .....................................................46

John Terence Ogle SkilSure Limited, Canada

Rewards for Healthcare ePortfolio with Generic Competences..................................47

Ashfaque Ahmad SHAH, Sajjad Haider BHATTI IREDU (CNRS/UB DIJON), France

Physician, Know Thyself: a role for self-assessment in ePortfolios?..........................56

Alexander David Joseph Haig, Karen Louise Beggs, Claire Marie Tochel NHS Education for Scotland, United Kingdom

'Knowing Me, Knowing You': Tutor Practices of Encouraging Student Learning Through ePortfolio............................................................................................................58

Christopher Murray, Delia Muir University of Leeds, United Kingdom

ePortfolio for UK Healthcare Medical Revalidation ......................................................64

Alexander Warwick CALIBRAND, United Kingdom

Worlds apart? Developing a professional competency assessment framework that links university education with ‘real world’ practices in the Construction Management and Nursing disciplines ............................................................................65

Catharine Simmons, Anthony Williams, William Sher, , Ning Gu, The University of Newcastle, School of Architecture and the Built Environment, Australia; Tracy Levett-Jones, Lynette Bowen, The University of Newcastle, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Australia;

The Missing Link: An investigation into variations in Doctors’ use of features in the United Kingdom’s Foundation Programme ePortfolio. .................................................66

Joel William Smith, Tim Brown, Karen Beggs, Alex Haig

The training ePortfolio for UK physicians: how effectively is it being used?..............67

Joseph Robert Booth Royal College of Physicians, United Kingdom

Integrating healthfolios with career ePortfolios in a post-secondary environment to improve student health and well being and reduce future healthcare costs..............68

Cyri Jones

Health literacy in new university students: societal implications of expanding awareness .........................................................................................................................69

Ellen Ennever

Employment

Experimentation of the ePortfolio with Students Searching for a New Orientation ..71

Laurence Pérennès, Dominique Duhaut, Université Bretagne Sud

 

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Does the world of employment actually want ePortfolios? Messages from a UK university-business collaboration. ..................................................................................79

Angela Smallwood, Tom Kirkham, Stuart Wood, kirstie coolin, sandra winfield

Building the ePortfolio City in Augusta, Arkansas ........................................................81

Darren Cambridge

CLICK-MyCareer ..............................................................................................................82

David Paul Sowden, Tracey Heath, Nick Hooper

ePortfolios – from pilots2policies ...................................................................................83

Dries Pruis, Lex Polman, Kenteq, The Netherlands

SAMSON & PIOP3: Working with ePortfolios to Liberate Learner Data......................84

Sandra Winfield, Kirstie Coolin, Stuart Wood, Tom Kirkham, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

Essential Skills ePortfolio ................................................................................................86

Don Presant, Learning Agents, Canada

EIPIL-PAN EU Project : Exporting Europass CV from Mahara ePortfolio....................88

Marc Van Coillie EIfEL, Dave WallerMKM

Teacher education

ePortfolio for development of teaching identity: Identifying learning stages.............90

Drs Kathy Sanford and Tim Hopper

Dynamic Learning Maps ..................................................................................................98

Paul Horner, Simon Cotterill, John Peterson, Gordon Skelly, Newcastle University, United Kingdom

Teacher Portfolio: a Tool for Reflection on the Teaching Sense ................................100

Ljuba Pezzimenti, Pier Giuseppe Rossi, Lorella Giannandrea, University of Macerata, Italy

Hellenic Teachers’ Life-Long Learning Skills Validation via Interactive ePortfolios (HeTeLeSeP) ....................................................................................................................102

Niki Lambropoulos1, Marianna Vivitsou2

ePortfolio for development of teaching identity: Identifying learning stages...........103

Katherine Sanford, Timothy Hopper

The use of ePortfolios to support Initial Teacher Training..........................................104

Matt Wingfield1, Janette Mills2

Integrating ePortfolio in an Online Platform for Teacher Professional Development: Design and Expectations ...............................................................................................105

Albena Todorova, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany; Danny Arati, Thomas Osburg Intel Corp.

The role of an ePortfolio in enhancing employability for Masters students in publishing ........................................................................................................................109

Mary Ann Kernan, City University London

 

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Education

Using a Capstone ePortfolio to Encourage Integration across a Degree Program.115

R J Lawson, University of Technology Sydney C. Bajada, University of Technology Sydney

Self-Evaluated Effects of Web-Base Portfolio Assessment for Various Student Motivation Levels ...........................................................................................................119

Chi-Cheng Chang, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan, Republic of China

Effects of Learners’ Reflection Category and Performance on Learning for Web- Based Portfolio Assessment .........................................................................................128

Chang, Chi-Cheng, National Taiwan University

Japanese case study on key-competencies for active citizenship by Internet Learning Communities...................................................................................................140

Yoshihiro Tatsuta, National Institution of Educational Research of Japan; Tomio Saku, Internet Learning Community for Citizen, Junnichi,Yamanishi, Toyama University

Authors!..................................................................................................145

Towards successful implementation of ePortfolios in blended learning ..................146

Balaban, Igor; Divjak, Blazenka; Grabar, Darko; Zugec, Bojan University of Zagreb, Faculty of Organization and Informatics Varazdin

Examining Learners’ selecting, organising, and integrating process in a knowledge management system......................................................................................................154

Yang, Fu-fen & Yeh, Hui-chin

An ePortfolio system to assist teachers in evaluating students’ language learning ..........................................................................................................................................155

Hui-Chin Yeh1,National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, Republic of China; Fu-fen Yang,National Yunlin University of Science and Technology; Shih-hsien Yang, National Formosa University

ELKOPOS – E-Learning-Kompetenzportfolio: presentation and evaluation of e- learning competencies ..................................................................................................157

Kristina Richter, Regina Bruder TU Darmstadt, Germany

Embarking on the Journey of ePortfolio Experience: A New Approach to Enhance Graduate Employability..................................................................................................159

Dean William Fisher, Hokling Cheung, Valerie Pickard, Yingjun Josephine Chen City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. - China

Strategy of Implementing ePortfolio at the Siberian Federal University ...................164

Olga Georgievna Smolyaninova Siberian Federal University, Russian Federation

Introduction of University-wide ePortfolio System in Japanese Perspective ..........166

Takeshi Matsuda, Daihachi Hachiya Yamagata University, Japan

Making ePortfolios work for those with learning disabilities – CODA project .........170

Joel Voysey United Response, United Kingdom

Capstone ePortfolio to Encourage Integration across a Degree Program...............172

Romy Lawson Universitry of Technology Sydney, Australia

 

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Cameras in Early Childhood: Tools of Communication, Voice and Reflection .........173

Eileen Elizabeth Brennan Mercy College, United States of America

Showcase You on iTunes U: The iPortfolio enables student self-assessment of key capabilities and the public showcase of achievements .............................................174

Brian R. von Konsky, Beverley Oliver, Peter Nikoletatos, Heath Wilkinson Curtin University, Australia

Development of an ePortfolio system for taking the initiative in learning ................182

Jun-ichi YAMANISHI, Takashi KURODA, Faculty of Human Development and Education, University of Toyama, Yoshimasa SUGIMOTO2, Tomio SAKU, NTEC Systems Institute, Inc,Japan

Implementation of ePortfolios within the Study Programme "Problem Solving Competencies" ...............................................................................................................186

Thomas Sporer University of Augsburg, Germany

A ground-breaking approach to the subjective assessment of ePortfolios using the Law of Comparative Judgement...................................................................................187

Matt Wingfield, TAG Developments,Richard Kimbell

Developing learner autonomy through the use of ePortfolio: consideration about qualitative and quantitative evaluation ........................................................................188

Yoshikazu Ishibashi The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, SOKENDAI, Japan

Creation of Seamless ePorfolio Ecosystem: Challenges of the Rural and Sub-Urban Dwellers in Nigeria. ........................................................................................................193

Dr. (Mrs) Philipa O. Idogho, Rector, Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi, Nigeria, Emadomi M. Igbape, Director, MIS, Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi, Nigeria.

An ePortfolio system to assist teachers in evaluating students’ language learning ..........................................................................................................................................199

Yeh, Hui-Chin; Yang, Fu-fen; Yang, Shih-hsien

Technology

e3-Portfolio – Open Source Portfolio Tool based on the Content Management System “Drupal” .............................................................................................................202

Johannes Metscher, Bernhard Strehl & Thomas Sporer Institute for Media and Educational Technology at University of Augsburg, Germany

Ensuring learner privacy in an ePortfolio environment...............................................208

Allison Miller TAFE South Australia, Owen ONeill, eWorks/Link Affiliates

Emerging issues in using ePortfolio .............................................................................212

Igor Balaban, Blazenka Divjak, Matija Kopic, Faculty of Organisation and Informatics Varazdin, University of Zagreb

Let’s Keep it Personal: ePortfolio Data in Next Generation Distributed Computing Applications ....................................................................................................................219

Sandra Winfield, Tom Kirkham University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

 

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Which open source ePortfolio software system fits the demands of the University of Vienna best? A comparative praxis analysis of three ePortfolio software systems, considering the perspectives of students, teachers, and the institution .................221

Birgit Peterson, Ingrid Aichberger, Petra Oberhuemer University of Vienna, Austria

Emerging issues in using ePortfolio .............................................................................223

Igor Balaban, Blazenka Divjak, Matija Kopic

Interoperability in Action – ePortfolios, Leap2a and ...................................................224

Johannes Metscher, Bernhard Strehl, Franziska Mossner, Thomas Sporer

Mahara: Book, Official Certification and eAssessment Integrations ........................225

Derrin Kent, Richard Hand, Glenys Bradbury, Meg Kent TDM, United Kingdom