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Laura Gambino, Guttman Community CollegeCo-author of "High Impact ePortfolio Practice" Jan 2017 publication

2011 Northeast U.S. Conference
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Evolving Role of the Learner in ePortfolios

March 18, 2011

Co-Sponsors: Rhode Island College and Johnson & Wales University

Location: JWU Culinary Arts Museum, Harborside Campus, Providence, RI

Conference Chair: Associate Provost James Griffin, Johnson & Wales University

Keynote speaker: Rhode Island College President Nancy Carriuolo -- Using IT to Support Teaching and Learning, or How a Skeptic became a Believer


At the first Northeast Conference at Stonehill College in May 2010, people were surprised by how inspiring the various campus stories were and how engaging our resulting conversations were. By the end of the conference reception, people wanted to continue their conversations. The conversations did indeed continue as many of the same people joined AAEEBL's Boston conference 2 months later, some institutions sending teams of 5 to work together on eportfolio innovation.

This year's Northeast Conference will feature an inspiring plenary talk by Rhode Island College President Nancy Carriuolo and more inspiring sessions given how much is happening in the northeast around electronic portfolios. Johnson & Wales has put together a stellar program for March 18 which will be a day of presentations, Q&A time and social time, a day for learning and for sharing. During the day, conference attendees will be treated to a special venue, because the conference is being held in the JWU Culinary Arts Museum.

Johnson & Wales University includes one of the world's finest culinary institutes, and conference attendees will be able to experience luncheon in the museum's diner exhibit and a vendor-sponsored reception in a handsome bar exhibit. From both a programmatic standpoint and an experiential standpoint, this conference will be valuable and enjoyable to anyone involved in eportfolio innovation on campuses.

AAEEBL Northeast U.S. Program – March 18, 2011

Johnson & Wales University, Culinary Arts Museum, Harborside Campus

Providence, Rhode Island

Co-Sponsored by Rhode Island College

Opening and Morning Plenary

8:00 - 9:00

Registration and Breakfast


9:00 – 10:30

Welcome

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Veera Gaul, Ph.D., Provost, JWU

Remarks

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Jim Griffin, Ed.D. Associate Provost, JWU

Reflections on AAEEBL

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Trent Batson, Ph.D., AAEEBL Executive Director

Plenary Talk

Using IT to Support Teaching and Learning, or How a Skeptic became a Believer

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Nancy Carriuolo, Ph.D., Rhode Island College

Sessions

10:30 – 11:30

Concurrent Session 1

Finding Time on the Clock while Expanding the Walls of the Room: Using Podcasts and ePorfolios to Face the Challenges of a Community College Classroom

Kate Culkin and

Giulia Guarnieri

Bronx Community College

Concurrent Session 2

Increasing Student Success: Integrating ePortfolio in Developmental English and First Year Experience

Laura Gambino and

Marguerite Yawin

Tunxis Community College

11:30 – 1:00

Luncheon

Comments by Richard J.S. Gutman, JWU Culinary Arts Museum Director and Curator

1:00 – 2:00

Concurrent Session 3

When Everything Goes Wrong but Still Goes Right: Surviving SNAFU through Active ePortfolio-ing

Cathy Leaker and Aaron Zachmeier

SUNY Empire State College

Concurrent Session 4

Measuring the Museum of Me: Content Analysis for ePortfolio Assessment

Joseph Ugoretz and Diane Phillips

CUNY Macaulay Honors College

2:15 – 3:15

Concurrent Session 5

Mapping Institutional Requirements to ePortfolio Product Offerings

David Marble, AAEEBL

and Gail Matthews-DeNatale

Concurrent Session 6

Fostering Self-Determined Behaviors through ePortfolios: A Student-Driven ePortfolio Initiative and Study

Nancy Wozniak

SUNY Stony Brook University

3:30 – 4:30

Concurrent Session 7

Voices of Experience: Issues to Consider When Selecting an ePortfolio/Assessment Product

Susan Gracia, Karen Castagno, Eileen Sullivan, Greg Kniseley, Ryan Hanley

Rhode Island College

Concurrent Session 8

Implementation to Sustainability of ePortfolio Practice: Transforming Institutional Culture – What it Takes

Carol Gladstone, William Walters, Mary Lozina, Matt Lewis, Ruth Diones

Moderator: Nancy Pawlyshyn

Mercy College

4:30 – 5:30

Reception with Poster Sessions

The Electronic Portfolio as a Tool for the Assessment of Prior Learning,

William Walters, Mercy College

Adult Learner Resistance to Online Classes and Use of Technology

Carol Gladstone, Mercy College

Integration Portfolio within a Course Management System

Mary Lozina, Mercy College

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