PebblePad in practice - ePortfolio examples and experience

Slade, C. and Trahar, Priscilla (2015). PebblePad in practice - ePortfolio examples and experience. In: 2015 Learning & Teaching Week: Teaching Visions: Seeing Teaching in New Ways, Sunshine Coast, Australia, (). 14-18 September, 2015.

Author Slade, C.
Trahar, Priscilla
Title of paper PebblePad in practice - ePortfolio examples and experience
Conference name 2015 Learning & Teaching Week: Teaching Visions: Seeing Teaching in New Ways
Conference location Sunshine Coast, Australia
Conference dates 14-18 September, 2015
Publication Year 2015
Sub-type Oral presentation
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
PebblePad, the ePortfolio software platform was adopted by the University in early 2013 and utilised by one undergraduate and one postgraduate program as early adopters in the same year. In 2014 we began a two year university-wide implementation program. This semester 22 courses across 10 programs are using PebblePad in their curriculum. The flexibility and versatility of this platform means that students can create and keep evidence (assets) of their work over time, ranging from simple experiences or file uploads right through to scaffolded weekly tutorial workbooks, which then showcase their work over an entire semester. Fieldwork reflections, competencies and journals are a few of the other elements that can be created. We now have many examples of how PebblePad is used in learning and teaching across the University. This presentation will showcase pedagogically-based resources developed by your colleagues inside the software to help you envisage the potential value of similar resources in your teaching practice. There will be an opportunity at the end of the presentation for questions.
Q-Index Code EX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Non-UQ

Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation Publications
 
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