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

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AAEEBL 2014 Annual Conference Full Schedule   
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Engaged Learning and ePortfolios:
Advancing Learning-Centered Cultures
in a
Multimodal Age

 July 28-31 
 Hynes Convention Center Boston, MA USA
Register to Attend 
Discount for Early-Bird Registration Extended to June 27


We are very pleased with the impressive array of speakers and sessions below.  Thank-you to everyone who sent a proposal to generously share your own lessons-learned, best practices, discoveries, research findings and more with attendees at the AAEEBL 5th Annual Conference!  Read the note about our trials with table formatting.

Session Track Codes:

PD -- Professional Development
BC & SC -- Building Capacity and Sustaining Change
LOA -- Learning-Oriented Assessments or Mutimodal Learning
R -- Research
MM -- Multimodal Learning
DS -- Digital Storytelling
FS -- First Steps

Day 1 – Tuesday, July 29
Ignite Day at AAEEBL 2014

8:00-8:30

Good morning! Coffee or Tea Time!

8:30–9:20

Concurrent Sessions -1

Room 1

PD: TA1My ePortfolio and the World on a Deserted Island, Aikaterini Alexiou;University of Piraeus, Department of Digital Systems

PD: TA2Knowledge is Power: Providing Faculty With The Means to Transform Learning, Maureen Andrade, Quinn Koller;Utah Valley University

Room 2

R: TA3   Inventing the Future: Emerging Research Directions from the AAEEBL Annual ePortfolio Research Survey, Gail Ring, Clemson University; Helen L. Chen, Stanford University; Gary Brown, AAEEBL and AAC&U; Aifang Gordon, Portland State University.

 

The AAEEBL Annual ePortfolio Research Survey has identified trends related to pedagogy, teaching and learning beliefs, implementation strategies, and platform usability.  As Alan Kay once said: "The best way to predict the future is to invent it," and we invite attendees to invent and shape the future of ePortfolios in a brainstorming  discussion around issues of shared interest, research questions, and related applications of evidence-based learning that warrant further exploration.  We value your input in the ongoing conversation about the role of ePortfolios to facilitate engaged learning at all levels.


BC&DS: TA4Facilitating the Adoption of ePortfolios at Scale in General Education, John Robertson;University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

Room 3

FS: TA5Building Adaptive Expertise: Exploring ways to integrate learning and enhance social work professional development, Mary Ruffolo, Christine Gouveia, Megan Sims-Fujita ; University of Michigan

Room 4

FS: TA6Confidence in College: Rethinking the First Year Experience at Bronx Community College, Jordi Getman-Eraso, Katherine Culkin, Jeanine Kelley-Williams, Nancy Ritze, Julia Miele Rodas; Bronx Community College, CUNY

FS: TA7,Personalizing the digital college: Documenting student development through formative assessment of student ePortfolios, Karla Fuller, Chet Jordan; Guttman Community College

Room 5

MM: TA8Eportfolios in Study Abroad Programs: A Model for Engaged Intercultural Learning, Claudia Grossman;Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis

MM: TA9ePortfolios in graduate education: Developing critical reflection and lifelong learning, Debra Hoven;Athabasca University

9:20-9:40

Break

9:40-10:50

TA10 – Opening Plenary
Catalyst for Learning:The Difference ePortfolio Makes

Presenters: Bret Eynon, LaGuardia Community College CUNY and Laura M. Gambino, Guttman Community College CUNY.

What difference does eportfolio make? And what does it take for eportfolio to make a difference?The findings from theConnect to Learning (C2L) project suggest that sophisticated eportfolio practice improves student success, deepens studentlearning and catalyzes transformative institutional change. Data from a constellation of C2L campuses demonstrates thatreflective ePortfolio practice helps students engage more deeply and take ownership of their learning, supporting advancedlevels of student success as measured by GPA, retention and graduation.C2L’s Catalyst for Learning resource site presentsevidence from across the network, documenting the combination of classroom pedagogies, professional development, andoutcomes assessment strategies that help successful ePortfolio initiatives build deep learning and scale their projects,nurturing the growth of campus-wide integrated learning cultures.Effective ePortfolio initiatives pursue an eco-systemicapproach, focusing on multiple levels of institutional life, from classrooms to departments and other institutional structures.Linking integrative social pedagogy with professional development, outcomes assessment and multi-faceted scaling upstrategies, successful ePortfolio initiatives catalyze a cross-campus integrated learning culture.

11:00-12:00

Concurrent Sessions - 2

Room 1

PD: TA11Can One Size Fit All? Cloud-Based ePortfolios for Students and Administration, Calvin Russell, Suzel Molina, Carolyn DeLecour; Blue Host

PD: TA12How brave is your faculty? Building a faculty culture that embraces curricular change, Judith Young, Jennifer L. Embree, Julie Meek;Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis

Room 2

BC&SC: TA13Developmental Assessment that Drives Educator Effectiveness: How SCOPE has Changed Our College, David Barbero;University of Missouri-St. Louis

BC&SC: TA14Building a Culture of ePortfolio Assessment through Faculty Partnership, Kelley Grorud; Edgewood College and Todd Narrol; Foliotek

Room 3

R: TA15: Pre-service Teachers Visions of Classroom ePortfolios: A Follow-Up Study as Vision Meets Reality in Schools, Patrick Dickson, Chris Shaltry, Alan Min Lun Wu; Michigan State University

R: TA16A Decade in Digital Literacy: a Case-Study of Student Writing in Online Open Spaces, Amanda Licastro;The Graduate Center, CUNY

Room 4

FS: TA17 Building a Sound Foundation: Supporting University Wide Learning Portfolios, Jon Kruithof; McMaster University

FS: TA18 Make It Do What It Do: The Intersection of Culturally Relevant Teaching, Digital Rhetorics, and ePortfolio Design in Freshman Writing Classrooms, Carmen Kynard; John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY

Room 5

MM: TA19A Deeper Look at Authenticity, Janice Smith; Three Canoes LLC and Shoji Kajita; Kyoto University

LOA: TA20 Using ePortfolios to Document and Assess Learning: Experiences with PebblePad, Ellen Hurley; SUNY Empire State College

Room 6

Ignite Sessions

IG1Empowered Voices that Catalyze Institutional Change with ePortfolio,Christopher McGilvery, Sherie McClam; Manhattanville College

IG3You’re a digital native! What do you mean you can’t post a picture in your portfolio?!, Jennifer Rivera, David Nguyen, Kate Glanville, Karla Loebich;Liberty Hyde Bailey Scholars Program at Michigan State University

IG5 Cancelled

IG6Engaged Learning, Enter Backwards, Push Forward, Three Rivers Journey and Process, Lillian Rafeldt, Kem Barfield, Jodi Calvert, Amada Caffary, Joe Selvaggio;Three Rivers Community College

IG7Why ePortfolios?Articulating Key Questions and Purposes, Catherine Buyarski; Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

IG8Is Technology Only a Tool?Multimodality, Student Engagement, and ePortfolios, Marc Zaldivar;Virginia Tech

IG9Not Just Another High Impact Practice, Susan Scott, Susan Kahn;Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis

IG10It's Not One Size Fits All:The ePortfolio asa Virtual Makerspace forInquiry, Invention, and Discovery, Nancy Wozniak; Stony Brook University

IG11 Cancelled

12:00-1:00

Lunch with Table Conversations “Sparked” by Ignite Sessions

1:00-2:00

Room 6: TP21 Special Session; Shane Sutherland, PebblePad (Sponsored)

Truly, madly, deeply learning-centered: a closer look at PebblePad

In this sponsored session PebblePad founder, Shane Sutherland, will explain why the UK and Australia's favorite eportfolio tool is better described as a Personal Learning (and Assessment) System.While this session is predominantly about our philosophy of learning, some of our ideas are best evidenced through demonstrating key aspects of the personal learning system we have co-created with our enthusiastic community.

2:00–3:00

Ignite Poster Sessions

IG1Empowered Voices that Catalyze Institutional Change with ePortfolio,Christopher McGilvery, Sherie McClam;Manhattanville College

IG3You’re a digital native! What do you mean you can’t post a picture in your portfolio?!, Jennifer Rivera, David Nguyen, Kate Glanville, Karla Loebich;Liberty Hyde Bailey Scholars Program at Michigan State University

IG5 Cancelled

IG6Engaged Learning, Enter Backwards, Push Forward, Three Rivers Journey and Process, Lillian Rafeldt, Kem Barfield, Jodi Calvert, Amada Caffary, Joe Selvaggio;Three Rivers Community College

IG7Why ePortfolios?Articulating Key Questions and Purposes, Catherine Buyarski;Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

IG8Is Technology Only a Tool?Multimodality, Student Engagement, and ePortfolios, Marc Zaldivar;Virginia Tech

IG9Not Just Another High Impact Practice, Susan Scott, Susan Kahn;Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis

IG10It's Not One Size Fits All:The ePortfolio asa Virtual Makerspace forInquiry, Invention, and Discovery, Nancy Wozniak;Stony Brook University

IG11Cancelled

3:00-3:50

Concurrent Sessions - 3

Room 1

PD: TP22How career and reflective ePortfolios have engaged learning and changed student thinking in the cancer sciences course?,Jia-LinYang; University of New South Wales and Kathryn Coleman; Deakin University

PD: TP23A New Approach to Experiential Learning: How The University of Toledo Combines ePortfolios with Other Technology Tools for Students’ Professional Development, Moses Lee, Seelio; Lawrence Burns; University of Toledo

Room 2

BC&SC: TP24Social pedagogies in action: Exploring the nexus between service learning, reflection, and ePortfolios, Zafar Syed, Tracy Penny Light, Marybeth Leis DrueryS;McMaster University

Room 3

MM: WP72Fulfilling the Promise: Using Reflection to Connect Students to College Mission and Priorities, Jessica Bacal, Minh Ly, Allyson Einbinder, Jennifer Walters ; Smith College

Room 4

FS: TP25Campus-wide ePortfolio Initiative for a Mid-sized, Regional University, Mike Major, Kerry Rastigue, Mindy Brandenburg;Saginaw Valley State University

Room 5

MM: TP26Authenticity in Student ePortfolios:Student Voices, Amy Spring, Candyce Reynolds; Portland State University

MM: TP27ePortfolios and Whole Person Education:Exploring Writing, Identity, and Efficacy, Paul Hanstedt, Kimberly Filer;Roanoke College

4:00-4:50

Concurrent Sessions - 4

Room 1

PD: TP29Reflective Course Design: An Interplay Between Pedagogy and Technology in a Teacher Education Course, Yitna Firdyiwek, Emicy Scida;University of Virginia

Room 2

BC&SC: TP30Beyond Moths in a Jar:Converging Learning Contexts with Purpose, Carrie Luke, Amy Homkes-Hayes, Deb Mexicotte;University of Michigan

Room 3

R: TP31How to Design an Assessment Program using an ePortfolio: Linking Mission to Learning,Catherine Wehlburg;Texas Christian University

Room 4

FS: TP32A Window and A Doorway: ePortfolios in Support of Program Redesign, Gail Matthews-DeNatale, Mya Mangawang, Lydia Young; Northeastern University College of Professional Studies, Graduate School of Education

Room 5

MM: TP33Transcending the Curriculum: Using ePortfolios to Cultivate a Professional Persona, Joan Watson, College of Pharmacy; University of Georgia

Room 6:

LOA: TP34Case Study of Student Readiness for eportfolios, Bill Heinrich; MSUGlobal and Jennifer Rivera; Michigan State University

BC&SC TP35From job readiness to career awareness, Tami Belhadj;Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board

Day 2 – Wednesday, July 30

8:00-8:30

Good morning! Coffee or Tea Time!

8:30-9:20

Concurrent Sessions - 5

Room 1

PD: WA36Paving the Path to Professional Development: Showcase Portfolios for Teacher Education, Stella Erbes;Pepperdine University

PD: WA37Defining a Discipline:ePortfolios and the Future of English, Christopher Keirstead;Auburn University

Room 2

BC&DS: WA38A Campus Community Embraces ePortfolios for Essential Learning Outcomes Assessment,Carra LeahHood, Susan Davenport;Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

PD: WA39Digital Connections: From College to Career, Amy Feest, Jennifer Witkke;Tunxis Community College

Room 3

FS: WA40From Student to Researcher: The Role of Reflective Writing in Research Design, Ann E. Jensen;Texas State University

FS: WA41Implementation of an ePortfolio Assignment in a Mid-Size Class, Patricia Clark;Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis

Room 4

FS: WA42Reflections on a Pedagogical Chrysalis:Incorporating ePortfolios in My Honors Writing Course, Sarah Lushia;Lane Community College

FS: WA43Approaches to Engaging Students in Reflective Practice through ePortfolios, Sean Beaudette, Jon Kruithof;McMaster University

Room 5

L&MM:WA44A Comprehensive Student Record Integrating eTranscripts and ePortfolios, Celeste Nguyen;Stanford University

L&MM: WA45ePortfolios for Building Skills in the Medical Sciences atUNSW Australia, Patsie Polly, Thuan Thai, Julian Cox, Jia Lin Yang;University of New South Wales and Kathryn Coleman, Deakin University

Room 6

FS: WA46Success Strategies for Implementing ePortfolios, Susan Scott, Susan Kahn; Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis

9:20-9:40

Break

9:40-10:30

Concurrent Sessions - 6

Room 1

PD: WA47Leveraging the ePortfolio for Integrative Learning through Classroom Practices, Candyce Reynolds, Judy Patton;Portland State University

Room 2

BC&DS: WA48Reflecting and Connecting with the Mahara Community, Beth Gordon, Linda Anstendig, Samantha Egan; Pace University,Samantha Taylor and Roger Emery; Southampton Solent University,Michele Forte; SUNY Empire College, Kristina Hoeppner; Catalyst IT and Marylena Sevigney; Plymouth State University

Room 3

Research: WA49The Impact of ePortfolio Artifacts on Engaged Learning Course Experiences, Patrick Green, Michelle Kusel;Loyola University Chicago

Room 4

FS: WA50ePortfolios, Identity, and Integrative Learning in the Senior Capstone atIndiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis,Susan Kahn, Marta Anton, Patrick Kinsman;Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis

Room 5

L&MM: WA51Iterating on the Academic Transcript: Linking Outcomes to ePortfolio Evidence, Helen L. Chen;Stanford University and Stephen L. DiPietro; Drexel University

Room 6

BC&DS: WA52A University-Wide ePortfolio Project: Promoting Engaged Learning for Students and Faculty, Margaret Marshall, Meagan Lankford, Heather Stuart, Abhijeet Deshpande, Gary Wagoner ; Auburn University

10:45-12:15

WA53 Plenary:
Cultivating Learning Cultures:
Reflective Habits of Mind and the Value of Uncertainty

Kathy Takayama,Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning, Brown University

Over twenty years ago, in his treatise on the pedagogy of cases, Lee Shulman, the former president of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, noted that “in all forms of professional education there lurks an overarching goal: to teach the neophyte ‘to think like’ a member of the profession.” Shulman describes this developmental process as extending beyond the usual skills and knowledge that constitute the professional curriculum, pertaining to habits of mind that are more metacognitive than cognitive (Shulman 1992). Indeed, in the past two decades we have continued to examine, unpack, and reconfigure curricula, traditional pedagogies, and modes of assessment to engage our students in cognitive apprenticeships that foster disciplinary or professional thinking. Yet, now we are at a crossroads where interdisciplinarity and integrative thinking is necessary to navigate the ecology of the professions.

This presentation considers the tension between outcomes-focused, multimodal pathways navigated by today’s learners and the reflective habits of mind that are cultivated through practices that apply folio thinking (Blacklund et al. 2001) to novel situations. As institutions consider whether and how we are preparing our students for careers that increasingly depend upon the integration of knowledge domains, how do we as a society cultivate learning cultures that transcend the constraints of curricular structures and value uncertainty as a crucial component of learning?

12:15-1:15

Lunch with Table Conversations facilitated by AAEEBL leaders on selected conference track themes

2:00-3:00

Poster Sessions

P1ePortfolio Navigation: The Untold Story, Sue Denning, Rachael Barlow;Trinity College

P2Using ePortfolios to Prepare Environmental Leaders at Unity College, Stephanie Wade, Sarah Cunningham, Carrie Eaton, Aimee Phillippi;Unity College

P3An EPIC ePortfolio Artifact: Externally-collaborative, Project-based, Interdisciplinary Curricula, Cindy Stevens, Anzia Mendez-Neff, Megan Savage;Wentworth Institute of Technology

P4,An Approach for Improvement of Learning ePortfolio Systems, RyuichiMatsuba, Naoshi Hiraoka, Shin-Ichiro Kubota, Makoto Miyazaki;Kumamoto University

P5Development of the Activity Design in the case of using e-Portfolio for SECI model,YoichiTanaka, Toshifumi Sawazaki;Jin-ai Women's College

P6Creating cohesion in a revised graduate program:Using an ePortfolio to integrate learning, professional competencies and advanced role identities,JerelynResnick;University of Washington Bothell

P7Using Technology to Provide Multimodal Learning Opportunities and Enhance Student Engagement in Face-to-Face and Online Courses, Sara Hook, Liugen Zhu;Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing

P8Learning through ePortfolios: A Community Resource, Susan Oaks, Betty Hurley;SUNY Empire State College

P10Exploring Interrelated Student Assessment in Higher Education through ePortfolios, Lara Zier, Matt Fowler, Gretchen Halasi-Kun;SchoolChapters

P11Envisioning Their Future As Teachers by Designing Classroom ePortfolios in a Preservice Teacher Education Course, Patrick Dickson, Chris Shaltry, Alan Min Lun Wu;Michigan State University

P12General Education Assessment: Go Big or Go Home, David Hubert;Salt Lake Community College

P13 Engaging Students in Skill Building Using Blackboard ePortfolio, Laura Kohl; Bryant University.

3:00-3:50

Concurrent Sessions - 7

Room 1

PD: WP55Faculty Development: a Process for Writing Effective Structured Reflection Prompts, Amy Powell;Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis

PD: WP56Capstone eportfolios as Drivers of Faculty Development, Tyrone Freeman, Richard Turner;Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis

Room 2

BC&DS: WP57Building Faculty Engagement forEportfolio Initiatives, Nancy Pawlyshyn;Northeastern University College of Professional Studies

BC&DS: WP58Implementation of a Multifaceted ePortfolio Platform:A Model for Institutional Change, Richard Windle, Christopher Booth;University of Nottingham

Room 3

Research: WP59All You Need is Time. Qualitative Inquiry in ePortfolio Research, Cynthia Landis;Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

Research: WP60An Interpretive Living Portal Model for Integrating ePortfolios into Academic Skills Coaching, Celeste Nguyen, Lourdes Andrade,Stanford University

Room 4

Research: WP61,Preparing for ePortfolio Research:Asking the Right Question, C. Edward Watson,Center for Teaching and Learning, UGA

Room 5

L&MM: WP62Low-Stakes Writing / High-Stakes Thinking: Integrating ePortfolio and Writing-Across-the-Curriculum, Julia Rodas, Jordi Getman-Eraso, Kate Culkin, Jeanine Kelley-Williams;Bronx Community College / CUNY

WP63, Learning Oriented Assessment for Formal, Non-Formal and Informal Learning, Nina Sarkar, Queensborough Community Collecte CUNY

Room 6

L&MM: WP64Design thinking: digital badges and portfolios, Kathryn Coleman;Deakin University and William Wisser, Harvard Graduate School of Education (Note: This is an in-conference workshop presentation that will continue through Session 8.)

4:00-4:50

Concurrent Sessions - 8

Room 1

PD: WP66Developing ePortfolio Communities of Practice through Fellowship, Sherie McClam;Manhattanville College

PD: WP67Professional Development: Disrupting Learning about ePortfolios, Catherine Buyarski;Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

Room 2

BC&DS: WP68Supporting ePortfolio implementations through webinars, Kristina Hoeppner;Catalyst IT

BC&DS: WP69Europortfolio: A European network welcoming global engagement, Darren Cambridge, American Institutes for Research

Room 3

Research: WP70Undergraduate Views of the Clemson General Education ePortfolio, Benjamin Stephens;Clemson University

Research: WP71Closing the Quantitative Loop: ePortfolio, Assessment, and Curricular Change at Boston University's College of GeneralStudies, John Regan;College of General Studies, Boston University

Room 4

WP72 Assessing as Learning: VALUE Rubrics, e-Portfolios and Integrative Learning, Terrel Rhodes; The Association of American Colleges and Universities

Room 5

L&MM: WP73Embracing Multimedia and Web 2.0 tools in ePortfolios and the classroom, Michelle Kusel, Patrick Green;Loyola University Chicago

Room 6

L&MM: WP74Design thinking:digital badges and portfolios, Kathryn Coleman;Deakin University (Note: This is an in-conference workshop presentation continued from Session 7.)

WP75 The use of an Extended ePortfolio Framework to Plan, Manage and Assess International Elective Placements by Healthcare Students. Richard Windle; University of Nottingham.

Day 3 -- Thursday, July 31

8:00-8:30

Good morning! Coffee Time!

8:30-9:20

Concurrent Sessions - 9

Room 1

FS: Th76ePortfolio Meets Peer Mentoring, Matt Lewis, Mercy College

Room 2

BC&DS: Th78ePorfolios as Artifacts of Experiential and Service Learning: The Health Professions Programs Thematic Learning Community at Indiana University-Purdue University in Indianapolis,Michael Yard;Indiana University - Purdue University of Indianapolis

BC&DS: Th79Digital Storytelling: Changing Stories, Transforming Lives, Candace Walworth;Naropa University

Room 3

Research: Th80A Tale of Two Courses: Where Assessment and Art History Meet, Ellen C. Caldwell;Pepperdine University

Research: Th81Evaluating Artifact Selection to Improve EPIC Initiatives at Wentworth Institute of Technology, Cindy Stevens, Anzia Mendez-Neff, Megan Savage, Wentworth Institute of Technology

Room 4

L&MM: Th82ePortfolios in Organizations as Executive Support Systems: An analysis of motives and critical success factors within a pilot study, Ronald Lievens;Tilburg University, The Netherlands

L&MM: Th83What Goes Around Comes Around: Student-Teacher Feedback Loop Informs Curricular Change, Ellen Zeman, Kathryn Leo-Nyquist;Champlain College

Room 5

L&MM: Th84The role of reflection in the management eportfolio: The use of the Manager project to engage students in reflection, Diane Holtzman, Evonne Kruger, ;Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

L&MM: Th85Starting Small to Get the Big Picture: Using ePortfolio as an Integrative Method of Engaging Group Learning in the Science Classroom, Andrew Wier;Pace University

9:40-10:30

Concurrent Sessions - 10

Room 2

FS:TH87HI[C]P in Community: High Impact Cross-Pollination of US History and Composition, Kati Lewis, Ted Moore;Salt Lake Community College

Room 3

FS: Th88ePortfolio and the Whole Learner: Integrating Curricular, Co-Curricular, and Experiential Learning,Laura Gambino, Karla Fuller, Chet Jordan;Guttman Community College

Room 4

BC&DS: Th89Effective Implementation of ePortfolios with Digital Storytelling Approach, Beata Jones, Carrie Leverenz;Texas Christian University

Room 5

L&MM: Th90Active Technologies for Engaged Learning: The Relationship Between Multimodality, Student Engagement, and ePortfolios, Marc Zaldivar, Teggin Summers; Virginia Tech

10:45-12:15

Th91 - Closing Plenary
Digital Storytelling and Education

Bryan Alexander, Bryan Alexander


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