2012

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Healthcare

Putting the Patient at The Heart of Physiotherapy Student Education: Supporting Development and Life Long Learning Using Eportfolios ...........................................................................................................8

Claire Hamshire, Deborah O'Connor, Manchester Metropolitan University.

Supporting Healthcare Workforce Development Using Simulation and ePortfolios .............................16

Suzanne Gough, Claire Hamshire, Manchester Metropolitan University

Benefits of eFolio Thinking Across Several University Elearning Psychology Courses ........................20

Bruno Kappes, Ph.D., Psychology Department, University of Alaska, Anchorage, USA

Google Sites ePortfolio for Integrative Learning and Holistic Development of Trainee Operating Department Practitioners ............................................................................................................................22

Barbara Anne Nicolls, Shane Roadnight, Buckinghamshire New University, UK

Teacher Education

How do Trainee Teachers use ePortfolios?................................................................................................28

Mills, J. Wearmouth, A. Gaitan, University of Bedfordshire

ePortfolios in School Practical Studies at Vienna University of Teacher Education – from Theoretical Considerations to Practical Implementation. ............................................................................................38

Thomas Strasser, Harald Knecht, Vienna University of Teacher Education

Design and Implementation of an ePortafolio Learning Strategy Aimed at Teachers Training: Making Sense of the Process of Learning ...............................................................................................................48

Andrea Ximena Castaño, José Miguel Jiménez, Ángel Pío González

Eportfolios in Initial Teacher Education in Singapore: Methodological Issues Arising From Initial Attempts to Make Meaning of Artifacts .....................................................................................................54

Stefanie Chye, Mingming Zhou, Liu Woon Chia, Caroline Koh, & Evelyn Chew, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Identity & Social Recognition

Constructing Digital Myself: Authenticity, Folio Thinking, and the Representation of Self ...................59

Janice A. Smith, Three Canoes LLC, U.S.A, Shoji Kajita, Kyoto University, Japan

Integrative Knowledge Eportfolio - Building Teachers’ Professional Identity.........................................64

Liliana Barro Zecker, DePaul University

Gender-Specific ePortfolio Practice and Gender-Sensitive ePortfolio Design.......................................66

Ilona Buchem, Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin

Reflecting on a Predicament of Professional Identity...............................................................................78

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Carolyn Harkness, Australian Catholic University

Implications of Identity Negotiation Research for the Design of the TRAILER ePortfolio ....................83

José Janssen, Adriana J. Berlanga, Peter Sloep, Open Universiteit Nederland

“it’s your spell-checked version of yourself”: Student Perceptions Around (Re)Presenting ‘Self’ through ePortfolio.........................................................................................................................................88

Lyn Lewis, Philippa Gerbic, AUT University

Electronic European Language Portfolio – Adult Learner’s Mean Of Technologically Assisted Self- Directed English Acquisition: Transformation Of Learner’s Identity !......................................................94

Ināra Bojāre, Daugavpils University, Latvia

Developments of Social Recognition System by ePortfolio and e-Passport to Promote Social Participation ..................................................................................................................................................99

Yamanishi, Junichi Saku, Tomio, Tatsuta, Yoshihiro, University of Toyama, Civic Learning Community by Internet, National Institute for Educational policy of Japan

Social Capital: Determining a Student’s ePortfolio Net Worth ...............................................................101

Stevens, M. Dunlop, Wentworth Institute of Technology (United States)

Assessment

“PIPE – Portfolio International Profile In Engineering” – General And Specific Challenges Of Introducing Eportfolios For Assessment And Accreditation In Didactics-Remote Disciplines!..........110

Katharina Kilian-Yasin, Franziska Müller, Pforzheim University

Tracking Progress in Construction of Subject Knowledge and Epistemological Beliefs using a Patchwork Text Assessment!......................................................................................................................121

Alfredo Gaitan, Maja Jankowska and Joseph Adonu, Department of Psychology, University of Bedfordshire

VAB: an ePortfolio Used to Record and Assess Competences of Adult Students ...............................128

Konstantina Polymeropoulou, Konstantinos Togias, Anthi Karatrantou, Achilles Kameas, Educational Content, Methodology and Technology Lab, Hellenic Open University, Patras, Greece

Competence Based Assessment Considerations within ePortfolio System!.........................................137

Aleksandrs Gorbunovs, Atis Kapenieks, Ieva Kudina, Riga Technical University

ePortfolios and Assessment: Design for an Authentic Program Evaluation.........................................148

Judith Simons, Gold Marygrove College Detroit, Michigan

Collecting, Selecting and Reflecting – Supporting Student Judgements in the Portfolio Process? ..152

Romy J Lawson, James Cook University, Darrall G Thompson

Assessing Existing Skills and Knowledge through ePortfolios!.............................................................158

Allison Miller, Vanguard Visions Consulting, Adelaide, South Australia

How Can we Assess, Visualize and Scaffold Informal Language Learning? ........................................163

Yoshikazu Ishibashi, Yamagata University

ePorfolio Implementations
An Integrated ePortfolio Plan for a Large Research University..............................................................167

Jeffrey D. Keith, Danny R. Olsen, Tom Mallory, Kirsten Thompson, Tonya Tripp, Nathan Walton, Richard Swan, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT 84602, USA

A 4-Phase-Model for the Long-Term use of ePortfolios .........................................................................169

Klaus Himpsl-Gutermann

Technical and Pedagogical Feedback on the Deployment of an ePortfolio. Models of the Uses, Analysis and Perspectives .........................................................................................................................177

S. Nowakowski1, N. Issenmann2, I. Cherqui-Houot3, A. Brun1, 1LORIA-KIWI, Université de Lorraine, 2Université de Lorraine,3LISEC Lorraine

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An Implementation of a Learning Portfolio!...............................................................................................186

Ryuichi Matsuba1), Shin-Ichiro Kubota1), Makoto Miyazaki2), Toshihiro Kita1), Junko Nemoto1), Katsuaki Suzuki1), Hiroshi Nakano1) , 1) Kumamoto University, 2) Hosei University

Ten Keys Ideas for ePortfolio Implementation in Higher Education (in French)!..................................191

Jean Heutte, Université d’Artois et Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense

A Model for Embedding Reflective Learning in ePortfolios in Higher Education.................................198

Michael Ryan, Mary Ryan, Faculty of Education, QUT, Australia.

Using the ePortfolio as a Help Tool for Student Retention in Postsecondary Education!....................203

Louise Sauvé, TÉLUQ / Center for Expertise and Research in Life Long Learning (SAVIE)

Fitness to Practice, Shipman and Evaluating the role of ePortfolios ....................................................208

Lola Loewenthal, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

ePortfolio Practice in Companies (NL)......................................................................................................213

Dries Pruis, Lex Polman, Kenteq, the Netherlands

JAISTEP Portfolio System that Facilitates Student’s Self-Regulation by Showing Learning Goal and Educational Intention Embedded into Research Activity........................................................................216

Tomohiro Nabeta1,2, Taisuke Ogawa1, Mitsuru Ikeda1, 1 Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, 2 Center for Graduate Education Initiative

An ePortfolio as a General Learning Tool .................................................................................................221

Beat Keller, Dominik Fankhauser, Bildungszentrum Gesundheit und Soziales

ePortfolio in the Context of Developing Learner Autonomy and Responsibility ..................................225

Prof. Olga Smolyaninova, Liudmila Smolianinova, Siberian Federal University, Russia

ePortfolio as a Tool for Reflexivity and Skills’ Communication: Learn how to Communicate Skills ..234

Gilles Merminod, University of Lausanne

Learning Scenarios with Integrated ePortfolios. EPortfolios are Nice to have but do Cause Inconvenience... ..........................................................................................................................................238

Petra Muckel1, Birte Heidkamp2, Stefanie Brunner3, 1,2,3 University of Oldenburg, 2ELAN e.V. Germany

Mahara in Secondary School. The Introduction of an ePortfolio to Foster Oral Skills and Socialization.!...............................................................................................................................................245

Lorella Giannandrea, Marilena Sansoni, Università degli studi di Macerata

Learning from the Open: Web 3.0 ePortfolios ..........................................................................................252

Lori Hager, Arts and Administration Program, University of Oregon, Joseph Ugoretz, Macaulay Honors College, City University of New York (CUNY)

On Personal Web Log Publication Tool under IMS ePortfolio Standard................................................256

Hsu, Kuo-Chun, Kuo, Cheng-Han, Kun Shan University, Taiwan

Issues Around the Declaration of Skills through the ePortfolio (A New Digital Tool)...........................261

Laurence Puissant - Grosjean Laboratoire Interuniversitaire des Sciences de l’ Education et de la Communication