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Technology as a Resource

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In this role, we will discuss the role of technology in teaching and learning and also examine the benefits and cautions that need to be considered when using a range of technologies. We will identify how these resources can be used effectively to support learning and examine your own use of technology as a resource to support learner engagement.

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using interactive whiteboards | virtual learning environments | using e-portfolios and powerpoint | integration of educational technology in teaching and learning | EDUCATION / TRAINING / TEACHING | G

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Using ePortfolios as a reflective teaching tool - Case study

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This case study examines how ePortfolios, used in conjunction with blogs, can encourage students to become more critically reflective learners. The benefits and challenges of using ePortfolios are discussed, along with strategies for providing sufficient technical and pedagogical support, to enable teachers and students to confidently use the technology as a collaborative learning tool.

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portfolio | blog | reflective | reflection | collaborative | postgraduate | further | collaboration | pebblepad | learning | teach | online | training | cofa | unsw | altc | ltto | education | professional | development | e-portfolios | e-portfolio | pgce | e-learning | EDUCATION / TRAINING / TEACHING | G

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Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.0 UK: England & Wales Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.0 UK: England & Wales http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/uk/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/uk/

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Using In-Folio e-Portfolio at Cumbernauld College

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In-Folio is an accessible Open Source e-portfolio designed by the Independent Specialist Colleges in England. Cumbernauld College took part in an In-Folio pilot with four other Scottish colleges supported by Jisc RSC Scotland and Jisc TechDis during 2011-13.

Subjects

case studies | 2013 | cumbernauld college | e-portfolios | inclusion | multimedia advocacy | None

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Entrepreneurship (E-Sportfolio) and business enhancement using open source technology (Mahara) at Forth Valley College

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The purpose of the E-Sportfolio online resource was initially to encourage learners and staff to become involved in the co-creation of learning materials for sport and fitness, via the utilisation of Web 2.0 technologies. However once this resource was created it allowed the opportunity to incorporate a learning resource into a corporate business hub in the area of health and fitness.

Subjects

case studies | 2013 | e-portfolios | forth valley college | technology and business systems | None

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accessible e-Portfolios to support successful transition at Perth College UHI

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This case study highlights how Perth UHI College used the In-Folio (open source e-Portfolio platform) in collaboration with Samsung Galaxy tablet devices with students on their New Skills Link transition to FE course. This course took place one half day a week, for 12 weeks, from semester 2, until the end of the academic year in June providing an enhanced transition into college for students interested in applying for the full time, New Skills course (starting in September).

Subjects

case studies | 2013 | advocacy | inclusion | e-portfolios | transition | perth college uhi | None

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Student led e-Portfolio training sessions at Angus College

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As student engagement is paramount when implementing an e-Portfolio system it was decided to switch to Mahara which has a mix of social networking functions and word processing features.

Subjects

case studies | 2013 | e-portfolios | angus college | None

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Collaborative and eventful assessment at Edinburgh College Sighthill Campus

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In an attempt to reduce the assessment burden on students and to maintain relevancy in the curriculum, the decision was taken to use a social media unit as a vehicle of communication, to facilitate assessment between a number of units within HNC Events. The main aim was to ensure that students were aware of the different tools available to them, and that they would be able to use these tools appropriately both in a personal and employment situation.

Subjects

case studies | 2013 | assessment | collaboration | e-portfolios | edinburgh college | project management | social media | None

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Using Mahara: working with placements at Borders College

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The project allows students to complete 2 workplace portfolios in Mahara for their Working in an Early Education and Childcare Setting unit of the HNC Early Education and Childcare course. The work placement supervisors are given access to view the student’s portfolios whilst in progress and give feedback to the students (and lecturer) as the portfolio is being updated. This was partly achieved through the use of an iPad in the field by our placement officer with the external supervisor.

Subjects

case studies | 2013 | borders college | e-portfolios | None

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Introducing an ePortfolio to develop reflective practice with PGDE students at the UHI

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Using Mahara as the e-Portfolio system and the BlackBoard learning platform for module delivery, e-Portfolio activities were embedded into the course design of the Post Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) in order to scaffold and encourage reflective practice. The ePortfolio was developed to enable reflection against the General Teaching Council of Scotland (GTCS) teaching standards. These were embedded throughout the course. A collection of pages was made available for students in Mahara which provided the starting point for ePortfolio development. Blackboard sessions were developed using a template which provided an underpinning structure to the course and was shaped by the principles of the Curriculum for Excellence.

Subjects

case studies | 2014 | continuing professional development | cpd | e-portfolios | university of the highlands and islands | uhi | None

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Online hospitality courses at Dumfries and Galloway College

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The hospitality classes at Dumfries and Galloway College currently undertake either an SVQ Level 2 or a Level 3 Professional Cookery qualification. This year it was decided to trial a fully online version of this course. The students follow an SVQ programme of units and have to compile large portfolios of evidence to back up their practical work which is carried out in practical kitchen and restaurant settings within the college. There are also several Modern Apprentice students undertaking this qualification based in local businesses and these students are assessed in the workplace. It was decided to use our VLE in conjunction with e-Portfolio software to try to reduce paperwork.

Subjects

case studies | 2014 | e-portfolios | dumfries and galloway college | hospitality | None

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e-Enabled Assessment

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The objectives of this lesson are to introduce the concept of e-enabled assessment; identify benefits and issues in using e-enabled assessment; discuss self- and peer-assessment approaches to e-enabled assessment; introduce the concept of e-portfolio assessment and discuss how e-enabled learning links to e-portfolio assessment; and to identify challenges in using e-portfolios.

Subjects

e-enabled assessment | e-portfolios | benefits of e-enabled assessment | self-assessment | EDUCATION / TRAINING / TEACHING | G

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Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/

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Using e-Portfolios for employability, Curriculum for Excellence and as a practical logbook: Dundee and Angus College

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A method was sought to record practical skills and evidence work that would meet the requirements of a locally devised unit delivered to NC Animal Care students (level 5), which in turn could be presented as evidence of skills and knowledge to future employers and higher education establishments, with a focus on employability skills to produce relevant portfolios that would enhance progression and employment prospects.

Subjects

case studies | 2014 | curriculum for excellence | dundee and angus college | e-portfolios | employability | mahara | practical logbook | None

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Using Campus Pack to extend Moodle and enhance the learning experience at New College Lanarkshire (Motherwell Campus)

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As part of the e-learning strategy within the institution, New College Lanarkshire (Motherwell campus) have integrated Campus Pack with the Moodle Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) to improve the learner experience and enhance the functionality of the VLE. The integration of Campus pack has encouraged student reflection, peer assessment and enhanced employability and course presentation. It has also helped reduce the college’s carbon footprint while helping staff to monitor student progress and allowing students take ownership of their own learning and increase digital literacy.

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case studies | 2014 | campus pack | e-portfolios | new college lanarkshire | virtual learning environments | vle | None

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student centred ePortfolios at City of Glasgow College

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Douglas Morrison is a lecturer in Stonemasonry and Conservation in the Faculty of Construction, Engineering and Energy at the City of Glasgow College. In this case study Douglas highlights innovative uses of Virtual Learning Environments, mobile learning, interactive assessment and e-portfolios for learners on stonemasonry courses.

Subjects

case studies | 2013 | apps | city of glasgow college | e-portfolios | inclusion | mobile devices | record of achievement | stonemasonry | None

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E-portfolio learning lunch - Ben Cotton's Presentation

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Staff and students are becoming increasingly aware of the potential use and benefits of e-portfolios and social media tools. Delegates will have the opportunity to explore the use of e-portfolios and social media through three case studies: Ben Cotton will provide a student / graduate trainee perspective focusing on the explosion of social media and its potential in terms of personal development, reflection, career planning and in terms of forging a career in the PR industry. Ben conducted his own research specific to the PR industry and has some interesting findings to share. Ben is a serial blogger and tweeter and relishes the opportunity to communicate his ideas and opinions on a regular basis. Ben will journey his personal development through a technological lens.

Subjects

ukoer | e-portfolios | social media | career planning | Business Management Accountancy and Finance | Business and Administrative studies | administrative studies | N000 | SALES MARKETING and RETAILING | B

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RSCtv: In-Folio: an accessible e-Portfolio system

Description

Margaret McKay at Jisc RSC Scotland offers an introduction to In-Folio, an overview of the platform and provides some examples of how staff in supported learning programmes in colleges across Scotland have been using In-Folio with their learners.

Subjects

webinar | rsctv | 2014 | access and inclusion | e-portfolios | in-folio | inclusion | None

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Creating interactive and student-centred e-Portfolios (Sharing Stories)

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Webinar with Douglas Morrison, discussing e-Portfolios at City of Glasgow College.

Subjects

sharing stories | 2013 | webinar | city of glasgow college | e-portfolios | stonemasonry | students | None

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e-Portfolios and Using ILT for Assessment

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During this lesson, we will focus on e-portfolios and the general use of information learning technology (ILT) for assessment, covering the functions of an e-portfolio, examining intellectual property rights and exploring the three categories of e-portfolio, including their issues and challenges. We will also reflect on your personal and institution’s use of e-portfolios and explore the reasons why practitioners may want to use e-assessment. Finally, we will discuss how e-assessment can support the feedback process and explore different types of online assessment.

Subjects

intellectual property rights | e-assessment | benefits of an e-portfolio | institutional e-portfolios | EDUCATION / TRAINING / TEACHING | G

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