ePIC 2015

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Conference Programme 7 Proceedings

The Role of Open Badges in a Personal Learning and Performance Support System 11

Helene Fournier, National Research Council of Canada

ODB for Documenting Continuous Teachers Development Towards a LLL Evaluation Culture: a Proposal 14

Loredana Camizzi, Maria Elisabetta Cigognini, Margherita Di Stasio, Alessandro Ferrini, Elettra Morini, Maria Chiara Pettenati INDIRE, Italy

Pouring new wine into old wineskins 26

Alfredo Gaitan University of Bedfordshire, UK

Design and implementation of ePortfolios in a Master level degree at the University of Bologna 33

Maria Lucia Giovannini, Alessandra Rosa, Elisa Truffelli, Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna, Italy

Introducing ePortfolios in Italian employment centres: an exploratory research 40

Maria Lucia Giovannini, Alice Baldazzi , Alma Mater Studiorum-University of Bologna (Italy)

The Open Badge Passport as the ePortfolio of Open Badges to Reflect on Learning 46

Gemma Tur, Victoria I. Marín, Santos Urbina

SoftLearn: A tool to support the ePortfolios assessment 54

Adriana Gewerc Barujel, Ana Rodríguez Groba, Univesity of Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Life-long "Earnings" - Closing the skill-gap with Open Badges and ePortfolio 56

Simone Ravaioli, CINECA

Digitally empowering learners’ employability 58

Simon Whittemore, JIsc, Scott Wilson, Cetis LLP, Shri Footring, Jisc, Simon Grant, Cetis LLP

Abstracts Monday, 08 June

Open Badge Passport Design 63

Serge Ravet Europortfolio / ADPIOS, France

Trust, the revolution — or, trust the revolution! 63

Serge Ravet, Europortfolio / ADPIOS, France

The Role of Open Badges in a Personal Learning and Performance Support System 64

Helene Fournier, National Research Council Canada, Canada

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The Open Badge Passport as the Eportfolio of Open Badges to Reflect On Learning 65

Gemma Tur, Victoria I. Marín, Santos Urbina; University of the Balearic Islands, Spain

Tuesday, 09 June

Digitally empowering learners’ employability 67

Scott Wilson,Cetis LLP UK; Simon Whittemore, Shri Footring, Jisc, UK

Introducing Eportfolios in Italian employment centers: an exploratory research 68

Alice Baldazzi, Maria Lucia Giovannini University of Bologna, Italy

Social Media ePortfolio for employability: a student- led approach 69

Barbara Anne Nicolls, Kath Dunn, Buckinghamshire New University, UK

Assuring Graduate Capabilities 70

Beverley Oliver Deakin University, Australia

Pouring new wine into old wineskins 70

Alfredo Gaitan, University of Bedfordshire, UK

Europortfolio: A European Network of Eportfolio Experts and Practitioners 71

Igor Balaban, University of Zagreb; Lourdes Guardia, Open University of Catalonia, Spain; Serge Ravet,ADPIOS, France

ePortfolios for What Purpose: The Need and Process for Developing a Conceptual Model to Guide an ePortfolio Implementation 72

Catherine A Buyarski, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, USA.

Design and implementation of ePortfolios in a Master level degree at the University of Bologna 73

Maria Lucia Giovannini, Alessandra Rosa, Elisa Truffelli, University of Bologna, Italy

Adopting ePortfolios on a large university campus: program assessment and beyond 74

Amod Jayant Lele, Gillian Pierce, Boston University, USA

SoftLearn: A tool to support the ePortfolios assessment 75

Ana Rodríguez-Groba, Adriana Gewerc Barujel, Borja Vázquez Barreiros, Manuel Lama Penín, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain

ODB for Documenting Continuous Teachers Development Towards a LLL Evaluation Culture: a Proposal 77

Loredana Camizzi, Maria Elisabetta Cigognini, Margherita Di Stasio, Alessandro Ferrini, Elettra Morini, Maria Chiara Pettenati, INDIRE, Italy

ePortfolio self-development study module 78

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Lourdes Guardia Open University of Catalonia, Spain;, Igor Balaban, University of Zagreb, Croatia

Why doesn't everyone have an ePortfolio?: The ePortfolio Trial 78

Serge Ravet,Europortfolio / ADPIOS, France; Igor Balaban, University of Zagreb, Croatia

Wednesday, 10 June

Personal Learning Environments for Humanitarian Workers 80

Don Presant, Learning Agents, MSF Canada

Implementing Open Badges for humanitarians through an open online platform 80

Atish Gonsalves, DisasterReady.org, USA

The pivotal role of educational technologies in human capital development 80

Atish Gonsalves DisasterReady.org, USA; Don Presant, Dominique Giguère, MSF Canada

Big Journeys to Small Steps 81

Patrick Craven, City & Guilds, UK

Disruptions in academe: moving from the margins to the center through eportfolios. 81

Lori L. Hager University of Oregon, USA

ePortfolios and Life Stories in a Senior Capstone Seminar 82

Susan Kahn, Karen Ramsay Johnson, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, USA

Life-long "Earnings" - Closing the skill-gap with Open Badges and ePortfolio 83

Simone Ravaioli, CINECA, Italy