AAEEBL 2014 Monday Workshops
Lunch is provided to workshop attendees.
If you registered for AAEEBL 2014 and want to add a workshop, revisit your registration and add a Monday workshop. Bring your own device!
8:30 to 4:30 - All Day Workshop
MA1 (“Local”) and MP6 (“Global”)
Acting Locally, Thinking Globally:
Two Approaches for Creating ePortfolios with WordPress
Facilitated by Joseph Ugoretz; Macaulay Honors College, CUNY
Morning 8:30 to 12:00
Afternoon 1:00 to 4:30
Executive Summit 1:00 to 5:00
Learning and Creativity on a Budget
Facilitated by Bryan Alexander, AAEEBL 2014 featured speaker and author of The New Digital Storytelling: Creating Narratives with New Media
Improve Educational Quality
Facilitated by John Sener, Sloan-C and Sener Knowledge LLC
Developing Peer Facilitation Models
Scaling and Sustaining ePortfolio Initiatives
Facilitated by Carrie Luke, Amy Homkes-Hayes and Deb Mexicotte, University of Michigan
Catalyst for Learning: Evidence-Based Resources for Building Effective ePortfolio Projects
Facilitated by Bret Eynon,LaGuardia Community College and Laura M. Gambino, New Community College, CUNY, both from The Connect to Learning Project.
Generative Coaching: Fostering Transformative Learning in People and Organizations
Facilitated by Melissa Peet, University of Michigan
Open to AAEEBL Institutional Members and Corporate Partners by Invitation. More information.
Generously sponsored by PebblePad
Those who attend the Executive Summit are invited to attend a reception at 5:00 immediately following the Executive Summit.
Digital Credentialing: How will digitisation change how we think, work and learn?
Facilitated by Kate Coleman, Deakin University, Australia
Curate, Credential and Carry Forward Digital Learning Evidence is a strategic commissioned grant at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia that partners Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia with AAEEBL, CRA, and HASTAC to provide advice, case studies and good practice guides on the changing landscape of digital credentialing in Higher Education.
This workshop will explore new ways to recognise knowledge, skills and experiences and focus on the design, construction and application of badges in real-case scenarios. The workshop is intended to provide a collaborative environment to talk and share, and participants are invited to bring information related to their own potential digital badging and curation ideas to the workshop.