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Conference Programme

Open Badges

Using Open Badges to Motivate and Recognise Patient Education and Achievements in Long Term Chronic Condition Self- Management!.....................................................................................15

Rob Arntsen, MyKnowledgeMap, UK

The Process of Creating and Validating an Open Badge: The Impact of Metadata, Quality and Endorsement Procedures!.....................18

Stefanie Brunner, Sebastian Hartong, Petra Muckel and Birte Heidkamp, University of Oldenburg, Germany

Connecting Open Badges and European Guidelines for validating non-formal and informal Learning – a critical perspective on accreditation procedures!................................................................25

Petra Muckel, Birte Heidkamp, Stefanie Brunner, Sebastian Hartong, University of Oldenburg, Germany

Other tracks

Blogging in the ePortfolio environment to enhance reflective practice: the Bucks Operating Department Practice student experience !........................................................................................31

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

Open practice in support of wide-scale institutional e-Portfolio adoption !............................................................................................39

Gordon Joyes, Kirstie Coolin, Judith Wayte University of Nottingham, UK

How to get ready for E-Portfolios at HEIs – strategy and process model!.................................................................................................49

Hans Pongratz, Stephan Graf, Technische Universität München (TUM), Germany

Opening up Large Scale Change Initiatives: Calling on Faculty Perspectives to Develop a Framework for Organization-Wide ePortfolio Implementation!...............................................................54

Samantha J. Blevins and Jennifer M. Brill, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, USA

Blogs and Web 2.0 tools to open student teachers’ eportfolios: student teachers’ perceptions on eportfolio openness!...............59

Gemma Tur Ferrer, Santos Urbina Ramírez, University of the Balearic Islands, Spain

Achieving “High-Po” Know-How: The Role of ePortfolio’s and Analytics in the Employee Lifecycle Management of Sales Executives !........................................................................................68

Bryan D. Eldridge, M.Ed., Desire2Learn Ltd., USA

Support of students’ higher level of conscious awareness of self- regulation of research activity in laboratory with ePortfolio and pattern language!..............................................................................73

Nabeta Tomohiro, Ogawa Taisuke, Ikeda Mitsuru, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST), Japan

ePortfolio for assessment of informal learning in web design and computer animation (in the frame of CREATE project)!................78

Rosen Petkov, Elitsa Licheva, Student Computer Art Society (SCAS), Bulgaria

Joining the dots and colouring in the spaces: Facilitating the acquisition of a social work professional identity with e-portfolio8! 4

Jo Mensinga, Tracey Dickinson, Australia

Using e-Portfolios to Improve the Professionalism of Educators8! 7

Rosemary Sage, the College of Teachers, UK

Collaborative Critique based on Evidence of Practice. The Ariki Project!...............................................................................................93

Gary Punler, Te Ariki Trust, New Zealand

ePortfolios in France: from e-identity to an assessment and application instrument - First results of the (era.net.rus project “ePortfolio for Human Resources“)!....................................100

Samuel Nowakowski, Nathalie Issenmann, Isabelle Houot,University of Lorraine, France

Eportfolio Implementation for Education and Employability in Russia: State of the Art!................................................................................103

Olga Smolyaninova, Siberian Federal University, Elena Nazarenko, Siberian Federal University, Federation of Russia

ePOP: electronically, personality orientated portfolio – using mobile apps to develop eportfolios & competence maps based upon educational standards!...................................................................113

Andreas Riepl, Center for Cooperative Open Learning, Austria

e-portfolio based onVideo for indigenous people: the case of Mapuches communities in southern Chile!..................................115

Garrido, R. CIISOC. University of La Frontera (Chile), Solano, I.M. Educational and Didactic Organization. University of Murcia, Spain

Practice Case about Information Literacy Class with ePortfolio System Mahara: A Case Study of Kumamoto University!...........117

Shin-Ichiro Kubota, Ryuichi Matsuba, Kumamoto University, Japan

Posters

PERFLECT: Your Personal Online Self-Directed Learning Coach1! 23

Jorrick Beckers, Diana Dolmans, Jeroen van Merriënboer, School of Health Professions Education (SHE), Maastricht University, The Nederlands

Lessons from an E-Portfolio Learning Programme with the ZMET Approach - a Partnership Project between Vocational Colleges and Job Bank Company in Taiwan.!......................................................126

HSIN, I CHIN, Cheng Shiu University, Taiwan

Nursing student s’ perspectives of the pedagogical values of e- portfolios: do students value?!......................................................129

Eman Ghallab, PhD student at the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Physiotherapy, University of Nottingham, UK

Designing Courses based on SECI model with Mahara as an e- Portfolio !..........................................................................................132

Yoichi Tanaka, Toshifumi Sawazaki, Jin-ai Women's College, Osamu Yamakawa, Fukui Prefectural University, Japan

Growing roots: an ePortfolio pilot spreads its wings!................133

Nadine Christina Scholz, Angela Karl, Regina Bruder, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany

Abstracts

USING OPEN BADGES TO MOTIVATE AND RECOGNISE PATIENT EDUCATION AND ACHIEVEMENTS IN LONG TERM CHRONIC CONDITION SELF-­MANAGEMENT ...................................................................................................135 Rob Arntsen, MyKnowledgeMap, UK

CONNECTING OPEN BADGES AND THE EUROPEAN GUIDELINES FOR VALIDATING NON-­FORMAL AND INFORMAL LEARNING; A CRITICAL PERSPECTIVE ON ACCREDITATION PROCEDURES ......................................................136

Petra Muckel, Birte Heidkamp, Stefanie Brunner, Sebastian Hartong, Oldenburg University, Germany

THE OPEN BADGE FACTORY PROJECT: ISSUE OPEN BADGES ANYWHERE, MANAGE THEM IN ONE PLACE ....138

Eric Rousselle, Discendum Oy, Finland

S21B: PARALLEL SESSION 140 RESEARCHING CONSTRUCTION OF KNOWLEDGE USING BLOGS: AN IN-­DEPTH ANALYSIS ..............................140

Alfredo Gaitan, Joseph Adonu, Maja Jankowska, University of Bedfordshire, UK

HOW OPEN EDUCATIONAL PRACTICES IMPROVE EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT: MAKING LEARNING MEANINGFUL THROUGH EPORTFOLIOS ................................................................................................................................140

Dr. Penny Finley, Florida Gulf Coast University, Florida, USA

References!...................................................................................................141

PRACTICE CASE ABOUT INFORMATION LITERACY CLASS WITH EPORTFOLIO SYSTEM MAHARA:A CASE STUDY OF KUMAMOTO UNIVERSITY................................................................................................................................142

Shin-Ichiro Kubota, Ryuichi Matsuba, Kumamoto University, Japan

S21C: PARALLEL SESSION 143

THE USAGE OF EPORTFOLIO AS ASSESSMENT AND APPLICATION INSTRUMENT IN GERMANY -­ FIRST RESULTS OF THE (ERA.NET.RUS PROJECT “EPORTFOLIO FOR HUMAN RESOURCES“)...............................................................143

Anja Kirberg, Anna Schwickerath, Heiner Barz, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, Germany

EPORTFOLIOS IN FRANCE: FROM E-­IDENTITY TO AN ASSESSMENT AND APPLICATION INSTRUMENT -­ FIRST RESULTS OF THE (ERA.NET.RUS PROJECT “EPORTFOLIO FOR HUMAN RESOURCES“)..................................................144

Samuel Nowakowski, Nathalie Issenmann, Isabelle Houot, Université de Lorraine, France

E-­PORTFOLIO IN TRANSITION FROM FORMAL EDUCATION TO WORKING LIFE ...........................................145

Kairit Tammets, Mart Laanpere, Tallinn University, Estonia

EDUCATION AND EMPLOYABILITY IN RUSSIA: STATE OF THE ART ...............................................................146

Olga Smolyaninova, Elena Nazarenko, Siberian Federal University, Russian Federation

S22A: OPEN BADGES TRACK 148

INTEGRATION OF THIRD-­PARTY ISSUERS INTO OPEN BADGE INFRASTRUCTURE -­ CASE: BADGEBRIDGE.NET INTEGRATING FOURSQUARE.COM BADGES .....................................................................................................148

Jakub Štogr, Navreme Boheme, s.r.o., Czech Republic

THE PROCESS OF CREATING AND VALIDATING AN OPEN BADGE: THE IMPACT OF METADATA, QUALITY, AND ENDORSEMENT PROCEDURES.........................................................................................................................148

Stefanie Brunner, Birte Heidkamp, Petra Muckel, Sebastian Hartong, Oldenburg University, Germany

BLOGGING IN THE EPORTFOLIO ENVIRONMENT TO ENHANCE REFLECTIVE PRACTICE: THE OPERATING DEPARTMENT PRACTITIONERS’ EXPERIENCE ........................................................................................................................149

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

USING MOODLE AND OPEN BADGES INFRASTRUCTURE TO DOCUMENT STUDENTS' KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS151

Darko Grabar, Igor Balaban, Faculty of Organization and Informatics Varazdin, University of Zagreb, Croatia

S22B: PARALLEL SESSION 152

BLOGS AND WEB 2.0 TOOLS TO OPEN STUDENT TEACHERS’ EPORTFOLIOS: STUDENT TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS ON EPORTFOLIO OPENNESS ..................................................................................................................................152

Gemma Tur, Santos Urbina, University of the Balearic Islands, Spain

SUPPORT OF STUDENTS’ HIGHER LEVEL OF CONSCIOUS AWARENESS OF SELF-­REGULATION OF RESEARCH ACTIVITY IN LABORATORY WITH EPORTFOLIO AND PATTERN LANGUAGE ........................................................................153

Tomohiro Nabeta, Taisuke Ogawa, Mitsuru Ikeda, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and

Technology, Japan

EXPLORING THE ROLES OF DIGITAL TEACHING PORTFOLIO IN HIGHER EDUCATION ..................................154

Cher Ping Lim, John Chi-Kin Lee, Lixun Wang, Yeung Chung Lee, Ricci Wai-Tsz Fong, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong S.A.R., China

S22C: POLICIES AND INSTITUTIONAL DEPLOYMENTS 156 OPEN PRACTICE IN SUPPORT OF WIDE-­SCALE INSTITUTIONAL E-­PORTFOLIO ADOPTION ............................156

Gordon Joyes, Kirstie Coolin, Judith Wayte, University of Nottingham, UK

OPENING UP LARGE SCALE CHANGE INITIATIVES: CALLING ON FACULTY PERSPECTIVES TO DEVELOP A FRAMEWORK FOR ORGANIZATION-­WIDE EPORTFOLIO IMPLEMENTATION ................................................157

Jennifer M. Brill, Virginia Tech, USA

THE REQUIRED FUNCTIONS AND IMPLEMENTATION PRINCIPLES OF THE UNIVERSITY-­WIDE EPORTFOLIO SYSTEM LINKED TO THE CURRICULUM MAP ................................................................................................................158

Hiroshi Nakano, Riken Homma, Ryuichi Matsuba, Shin-Ichiro Kubota, Takayuki Nagai, Toshihiro Kita, Tsuyoshi Usagawa, Kumamoto University, Japan

S22D: PARALLEL SESSION 160

JOINING THE DOTS AND COLOURING IN THE SPACES: FACILITATING THE ACQUISITION OF A SOCIAL WORK PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY WITH E-­PORTFOLIO ...............................................................................................160

Jo Mensinga, Tracey Dickinson James Cook University, Australia

ACHIEVING “HIGH-­PO” KNOW-­HOW: THE ROLE OF EPORTFOLIO’S AND ANALYTICS IN THE EMPLOYEE LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENT OF SALES EXECUTIVES ...........................................................................................................161

Bryan Donald Eldridge, Desire2Learn, USA

E-­PORTFOLIO MODELS USING SAKAI: THE EXPERIENCE IN THE UNIVERSITY OF MURCIA. ...........................162

Paz Prendes Espinosa, Ana Sabina Del Rey Carrión, University of Murcia, Spain

S23A: PARALLEL SESSION 165

HOW TO GET READY FOR E-­PORTFOLIOS AT HEIS – STRATEGY AND PROCESS MODEL................................165

Hans Pongratz, Stephan Graf, Technische Universität München (TUM), Germany

CASE STUDIES OF USING EPORTFOLIOS: FROM CLASSROOM TO CAREER DEVELOPMENT PLANNING ............166

Ana Coric Samardzija, Igor Balaban, Faculty of Organization and Informatics Varazdin, University of Zagreb, Croatia

S23B: WORKSHOP 167

TE ARIKI-­ COLLABORATIVE CRITIQUE USING EVIDENCE OF PRACTICE..........................................................167

Gary Punler, Te ARIKI Trust, New Zealand

S23C: PARALLEL SESSION 169

COMPETENCE STRUCTURE STANDARD TO INJECT NEW MOTIVATION FOR PORTFOLIOS ...............................169

Simon Grant, CETIS, University of Bolton, UK

EPOP: ELECTRONICAL, PERSONALITY ORIENTATED PORTFOLIO USING MOBILE APPS TO DEVELOP EPORTFOLIOS & COMPETENCE MAPS BASED UPON EDUCATIONAL STANDARDS .......................................................................170

Andreas Riepl, Center for COoperative Open Learning - Federal Ministry of Education of Austria, Austria

S31A: PARALLEL SESSION 173

LOOKING FORWARD: MOVING FROM CAPSTONE TO SPRINGBOARD WITH EPORTFOLIOS ...........................173

Joseph Ugoretz, Macaulay Honors College--CUNY, USA

WANTED: WELL ORGANISED EPORTFOLIO TO MANAGE AN UNRULY MOOC. SKILLS REQUIRED. .............174

Kirstie Coolin, University of Nottingham, UK

TRANSIT: TRAINING TEACHERS IN COMPETENCE BASED EDUCATION: USING EPORTFOLIOS TO SUPPORT KEY COMPETENCY ACQUISITION.............................................................................................................................176

Katerina Riviou, Ellinogermaniki Agogi, Greece, Serge Ravet, ADPIOS, France

S31B: PARALLEL SESSION

CONSTRUCTIVE EPORTFOLIOS: FOSTERING DEEP LEARNING THROUGH USER OPEN SOURCE, PRO-­INTERACTIVE ENVIRONMENTS, AND LEARNING AS ASSESSMENT .........................................................................................178

Peter Edison Doolittle, Virginia Tech, USA

EPORTFOLIO FOR ASSESSMENT OF INFORMAL LEARNING IN WEB DESIGN AND COMPUTER ANIMATION (IN THE FRAME OF CREATE PROJECT)....................................................................................................................................179

Elitsa Veselinova Licheva, Rosen Kirchev Petkov, Student Computer Art Society, Bulgaria

E-­PORTFOLIO BASED ONVIDEO FOR INDIGENOUS PEOPLE: THE CASE OF MAPUCHES COMMUNITIES IN SOUTHERN CHILE ...............................................................................................................................................................180

Isabel M. Solano Fernandez, University of La Frontera, Chile, Rodrigo Garrido Maldonado, University of Murcia, Spain

S31C: PARALLEL SESSION 182 EPORTFOLIOS: FROM MASTERS PROJECT TO STUDENT NOTEBOOK ............................................................182

Andrew Micheal Olson Shawnigan Lake School, Canada

MAGICC AND EPOS – EPORTFOLIO SYSTEMS FOR SELF-­DIRECTED LANGUAGE LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION .....................................................................................................................................................183

Juergen Friedrich, University of Bremen, Germany

USING E-­PORTFOLIOS T0 IMPROVE TEACHER PROFESSSIONALISM ........................................184

Rosie Sage, The College of Teachers, PEEP Project, UK