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Welcome to ePIC 2011, the 9th international ePortfolio & Identity Conference — EIfEL Events

Welcome to ePIC 2011, the 9th international ePortfolio & Identity Conference — EIfEL Events

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Tom Vander Ark: How Social Networking Will Transform Learning There are plenty of theories about how to improve education. Most focus on what appear to be big levers--a point of entry and system intervention that appears to provide some improvement leverage. These theories usually involve 'if-then' statements: 'if we improve this, then other good stuff will happen.' Leading theories focus on people, schools, policy and community. Nonprofit ecosystems develop around theories, they ebb and flow with foundation interest. Although seldom discussed, leading levers differ substantially in terms of risk and return. Digital Portfolios The Connected Student Series: Last week on the Connected Student Series, I discussed the ‘why’ of digital portfolios. It is imperative that in 2014, students be able to curate, archive and expand on the work they are producing in class. As an added bonus, student digital portfolios help students authentically learn important digital citizenship lessons. Portfolios also allow students to internalize vital digital literacy skills such as creating their own digital web presence and learning to effectively and purposefully share their learning with the world. This week, I will highlight how you can make this process happen and showcase the tools you might want to consider using.

A Few Words on ePortfolios I was asked, I think that it would be of a great interest that you (as a world wide reference in education) can write a very brief review (between 200-300 words) about your vision regarding ePortfolios. (Graphic: Helen Barrett ) e-Portfolios have been around for a number of years now and we're beginning to see how they may be applied in learning and development. An e-portfolio is a collection of digital materials uploaded by a student to an e-portfolio repository; the repository owners can then make this material available publicly to prospective employers or clients, as requested by the student. A good example of such a system is the Desire2Learn ePortfolio system.

Ray Tolley's Demo eFolio : eFolio Notes If you've reached this page on our website, you've likely arrived here as the result of some error. In July of 2012, we undertook a branding change and converted the product known as eFolioWorld to myeFolio. As such, the content in individual eFolioWorld accounts was not changed, but instead the location of our hosting environment AND the name of our product and subsequent URLs did change. The cut-over to myeFolio was completed on July 6th at 3:00 p.m. If you had an eFolioWorld site and are attempting to find it, please check your URL and be certain that you've replaced eFolioWorld with myeFolio in the address (for example, is now; and is now

How to Create a Portfolio with Evernote (Education Series) Bio Rob is a teacher at Trillium Charter School in Portland, where he primarily instructs students aged 8-11. He has been working to develop online portfolios with students for the past six years and has taught in private schools, traditional public schools and public charter schools for the past 15 years. I use Evernote, Everywhere:

Creating a Service Learning Portfolio Creating a Service Learning Portfolio What is a Learning Portfolio? A purposeful collection of student learning that exhibits the student’s efforts and achievements in a specific course or project. How can Learning Portfolios be used? Programme — ePortfolio & Identity Conference 9:00am - 10:30am S21A: Open Badges TrackLocation: Council ChamberChair: Patrick CravenChair: Serge Ravet Using Open Badges to Motivate and Recognise Patient Education and Achievements in Long Term Chronic Condition Self-Management Rob Arntsen Sample Professional Teaching Portfolios McGill University Quick Links Elementary 3rd Year Fall Term Option McGill.CA / Elementary 3rd Year Fall Term Option Section navigation Sample Professional Teaching Portfolios