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2017 Annual Conference Detailed Schedule
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Making the Case for Authentic, Experiential & Evidence-Based Learning

July 24-27, 2017

University Place Hotel & Conference Center
310 SW Lincoln St.
Portland, Oregon  97201
 

Detailed Schedule

 

 

 

Monday, July 24

 2:30-4:30 Registration Opens
 4:30-5:45

Opening: Posters and Books

Vendor Setup

 

Tuesday, July 25: Employability (sponsored by PebblePad)

8:00-5:45 Registration Open
8:30-9:00

PSU Welcome--Maurice Harrington, Director, UNST

Columbia Falls Ballroom

9:00-10:00

Opening Address: Empowering students to tell their story

Tom Black, Associate Vice Provost & University Registrar 

Columbia Falls Ballroom

10:10-11:00

Employability Symposium: Telling Your Story

Tom Black and panel: Brian Janssen, Shane Sutherland (PebblePad), Melissa Pirie + student, Brian Janssen, Ingrid Anderson, facilitated by Dr. Tracy Penny Light

Columbia Falls Ballroom

 11:00-11:30 Morning Tea
11:30-12:30

Concurrent Sessions

  • Technology SIG (Coos Bay Room)
    •  ePortfolios in the Digital Ecosystem (Patel & Chen)  (1 hour Workshop)
  • Research SIG (Astoria Room)
    •  Assuring Instructional Quality in the Integration of ePortfolios into Online Courses (Nino & Torok)  (1 hour Workshop
  • Practices & Pedagogies SIG (Crater Lake Room)
    •  Writing life stories in an ePortfolio Penny Light  (1 hour Workshop)
12:30-1:30 Concurrent Sessions
  • Technology SIG (Coos Bay Room): 
    • ePort Support: Salt Lake Community College's ePortfolio Labs Harding (25-minute Session)
    • Assessing a required cross-cultural experience with an ePortfolio requirement  Metts  (25 minute Session)
  • Research SIG (Astoria Room):
    • The Theory-to-Practice ePortfolio: Using an ePortfolio Assignment to Facilitate Learning and Motivation Chittum (25 minute Session)
    • Using ePortfolios on Multiple Fronts of the Assessment Adventure Rogers (25-minute Session)

  • Practices & Pedagogies SIG  (Crater Lake Room):
    • Integrating the ePortfolio into an Online Business Program Enders (25 minute Session)
    • ePortfolio as Curriculum: Integrated Learning in a World Language Program James, Scida & Firdyiwek (25 minute Session)
1:30-2:30

AAEEBL Annual General Meeting & Lunch

Columbia Falls Ballroom

2:30-3:30

Concurrent Sessions

  • Technology SIG  (Coos Bay Room): 
    • Revamping your Academic Work: The use of Professional ePortfolios for Job Search and Career Advancement. Nino (1 hour Workshop)
  • Research SIG (Astoria Room):
    • The Capstone ePortfolio in an Undergraduate Public Health Program: Accreditation, Assessment, and Audience Harver  (25 minute Session)
  • Practices & Pedagogies SIG (Crater Lake Room):
    •  Students' beliefs about themselves and their learning Buyarski (1 hour Workshop)
3:30-4:30

Concurrent Sessions

  • Technology SIG (Coos Bay Room):
    • What does exceptional portfolio practice look like on the far side of the pond?  Sutherland (25 minute session)
    • Keeping it Simple: Design Principles for Leveraging the LMS to Promote ePortfolio Pedagogy and Program Assessment Blumberg & Zeman  (25 minute Session)
  • Research SIG (Astoria Room):
    • Doing Assessment as Faculty Development  Marshall, Davis, & Clark (25 minute session)
    • Modeling High-Impact Practice Collaborations on an ePortfolio Initiative Mize (25 minute Session)
  • Practices & Pedagogies SIG (Crater Lake Room):
    • Creating a stable, growing portfolio project at Virginia Tech Zaldivar  (25 minute Session)
    • Can an ePortfolio project be created to meet the needs of multiple stakeholders without creating extra work for the student owners? Delaney-Klinger (25 minute Session)
4:30-5:45

 AAEEBL Ignite and Sponsor Showcase

 
Kristina Hoeppner, Creating a meta portfolio collaboratively; Paul Wasko, Most scholarships are simply portfolios; Michael Golub, Can ePortfolio's be used in engineering courses successfully?; Elise Mueller, A White Glove Approach:  PebblePad Implementation at Duke University; Andrew Bernier, Title TBA; Sarah Brown, A methodology for introducing students to attendant images as a first step towards integrating more meaning-making images in their digital portfolios; Loren McDermott, True Student Success starts with tapping into student passions, motivations, and drives to move towards successful engagement and development; Tilisa Thibodeaux, Encouraging learner choice, ownership, voice, and authenticity; Rebecca Pittman, Cierra Stanton,  Eva Diaz & Benjamin Stephens, Ignite! Undergraduate Views of a General Education ePortfolio:  STEM v Non-STEM

Columbia Falls Ballroom

5:45-7:00

AAEEBL Annual Reception & Poster session

 

SIG Meet up: Meet the Special Interest Groups (SIG)  Leads

  • Dr. Patsie Polly (Research),
  • Dr. Tilisa Thibodeaux (Practices & Pedagogies), &
  • Dr. Samantha Blevins (Technology)

Columbia Falls Ballroom

 

Wednesday, July 26: Assessment (Sponsored by LiveText)

8:00-5:30  Registration Open
8:30-9:00

Welcome

Columbia Falls Ballroom

9:00-10:00

 Opening Address: What counts as learning? Brand, reputation

 

 Dr Sheryl Grant, Director of Alternate Credentials and Badge Research at HASTAC

 

Columbia Falls Ballroom

10:10-11:00

Assessment Symposium: What is evidence of learning?

 

Sheryl Grant and panel: Rowanna Carpenter, Chris Kalmus (LiveText), Yves Labissiere, Dr. Christine Slade and Teacher Plenary, facilitated by Prof. Candyce Reynolds

 

Columbia Falls Ballroom

11:00-11:30

Morning Tea

Columbia Falls Ballroom

11:30-12:30  Concurrent Sessions
  • Practices & Pedagogies SIG (Coos Bay Room)
    •  Telling the Whole Story: Reflective practices that support whole-student development Reynolds & Pirie (1 hour Workshop)
  • Technologies SIG (Astoria Room)
    •  ePortfolio, High Impact Practices & The Freshman Experience McDermott & Sampson (1 hour Workshop) 
  • Practices & Pedagogies SIG (Crater Lake Room)
    • Changing Course: Moving from Learning “Management” to Learning Based Curriculum Batchelder (25 minute Session)
    • Is Reflective Practice really the Uncomfort Zone for scientists in the making? Polly (25 minute Session)
12:30-1:30  Concurrent Sessions
  • Practices & Pedagogies SIG (Coos Bay Room)
    • Developing Professional Identities through ePortfolios: Reports from Early Implementation Across a Communication Department Lietzenmayer & Beck  (25 minute Session)
    • The IMPACT (Interdisciplinary, Meaningful/Mentorship, Practice , Applied, Collaborative/Community Transformative) Project: Supporting community-based, interdisciplinary design projects in a large class with technology Fleisig (25 minute Session)
  • Technologies SIG (Astoria Room)
    • ePortfolio for Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) at The University of Queensland (UQ), Australia  Slade (25 minute Session)
    • Building a Folio-Thinking Campus Learning Community and an ePortfolio Development Community Mahood (25 minute Session)
  • Practices & Pedagogies SIG (Crater Lake Room)
    • Sharing Practices and Pedagogies: The New AAEEBL ePortfolio Review Online Journal (AePR) Stevens, Dannenberg, Stolins,  Van Staden, Hood, Van Schalkwyk & Caldwell (25 minute  Session)
    •  ePIC Professional Development: Building an ePortfolio Interest Community Clouser & Bishop  (25 minute Session)
1:30-2:30 Lunch on your own
2:30-3:30 Concurrent Sessions
  • Practices & Pedagogies SIG (Coos Bay Room)
    • Preaching What You Practice: What You Can Do for ePortfolio Work Turner (1 hour Workshop)
  • Research SIG (Astoria Room)
    • Capturing & Recognising Skills Awareness and Development: Linking ePortfolios and Professional Skills to Build Badges in the Sciences @ UNSW Sydney Polly (25 minute Session)
    • Using Multimodal Communication to Guide Metacognitive Thought in Stanford's Notation in Science Communication ePortfolio Courses Druckman Cohn  (25 minute Session) 
  • Practices & Pedagogies SIG (Crater Lake Room)
    • Signature Assignments and Reflection: Making Professional Development Great Again Hubert (1 hour Workshop)
3:30-4:30  Concurrent Sessions
  • Practices & Pedagogies SIG (Coos Bay Room)
    • First steps: Using e-portfolio to create an interface between graduate students and professional mentors Metts (25 minute Session)
    • Reflection ePortfolios and Embodied Learning. Branter (25 minute Session)
  • Research SIG (Astoria Room)
    • Rising from the Ashes: Blazing a New Trail for the Manhattanville Portfolio Tradition Dehne, Carson, McDermott & Sampson (25 minute Session)
    • The intersectionality of ePortfolios and first-year seminars Kelly (25 minute Session)
  • Practices & Pedagogies SIG (Crater Lake Room)
    • ePortfolios: student learning and student success. But what does this mean in practice Buyarski (25 minute Session)
    • Eportfolios for Integrative Learning in the First Year Powell (25 minute Session)
4:30-5:45  

Meeting Room Introduction of AAEEBL SIG Leads Practices and Pedagogies, Research, and Technologies in authentic, experiential and evidence-based learning

 

Begin in Columbia Falls Ballroom, then move to SIG rooms:

 

- Research: Dr. Patsie Polly (Coos Bay Room),

- Practices and Pedagogies: Dr. Tilisa Thibodeaux (Astoria Room) &

- Technology: Dr. Samantha Blevins (Crater Lake Room)

 

Thursday, July 27: Designs for Making the Case (Sponsored by Digication)

8:00-9:00 Registration Open
8:30-9:00

Welcome

Columbia Falls Ballroom

9:00-10:00

The Inaugural Batson Lecture:

 Making the Case

 Dr. Susan Kahn, Past AAEEBL Board Chair and Director, ePortfolio Initiative and Director, Office of Institutional Effectiveness IUIPUI

 

Columbia Falls Ballroom

10:10-11:00

Outcomes for Learning Symposium: The Struggle and Successes

 Susan Kahn and panel: Vicki Reitenauer, Sonja Taylor + Students, Jeannie Enders, Zapoura Calvert  facilitated by Dr Helen Chen

Columbia Falls Ballroom
11:00-11:30

Morning Tea

Columbia Falls Ballroom

11:30-12:30  Concurrent Sessions
  • Practices & Pedagogies SIG (Coos Bay Room)
    • Student Perceptions of impact of the COVA model on their ePortfolios and authentic projects in the Digital Learning and Leading program Thibodeaux  (25 minute Session)
    • ePortfolios and self-reflection: Equity, Race, and Social Justice Fernandez (25 minute Session)
  • Practices & Pedagogies SIG (Room 2): 
    • ePortfolios students and practicing musicians Ehlers (25 minute Session)
    •  ATLAS & Reflective Pedagogy: Manhattanville Dehne  (25 minute Session)
  • Practices & Pedagogies SIG (Room 3)
    • What We Didn’t Know We Would Need to Learn: Ethical Practices in Digital Spaces Stuart & Clark (25 minute Session)
    • Developing work integrated learning (WIL) and competencies for allied health professionals: Integration of portfolio pedagogy and reflective practice to support skills in conducting patient consultations Polly  (25 minute session)
12:30-1:30   Concurrent Sessions
  • Practices & Pedagogies SIG (Coos Bay Room)
    •  How to leverage the eleventh HIP in an individualized majors program Mahood  (25 minute session)
  • Practices & Pedagogies SIG (Room 2): 
    • ePortfolios and Self Authorship Varn  (25 minute Session)
  • Practices & Pedagogies SIG (Room 3)
    •  Integrating folio thinking & social media: Faculty and student perspectives Taylor & Reynolds  (25 minute Session)
 1:30-2:30

Closing Session

Dr. Tracy Penny Light, AAEEBL Board Chair

Columbia Falls Ballroom

 

** Please note: This schedule is still being updated.  Please return to see latest changes, if any are made.  Room names are still being finalized and will be updated as soon as possible. **

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