2007

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I. ePortfolio

Thomas Sporer, Tobias Jenert, Gabi Reinmann

Context of Web 2.0 and Bologna within the Co-Curricular Study Programme:
Problem- Solving Competencies ....................................................................................... 8

Joke Droste, Lieneke Jongeling, Gerard van der Hoorn

The Electronic Learning Dossier: a Tool for the Whole Educational Chain .................... 12

Deli Salini, Marinella Bernasconi

The Competence Portfolio: From a Common Background to Differentiated
Practice. Towards the e-Portfolio in the Vocational Training of Canton Ticino (Switzerland) ..................................................................................................................... 17

Alex Haig, Karen Beggs, Ann Cadzow, Iain Colthart, Anne Hesketh,
Heather Peacock, Claire Tochel

Efficacy of e-Portfolios: a Systematic Review of the Evidence ....................................... 20

Anne Jennings-Bramly, Hilary Stevens, Chris King, Jo Pye, Simon Mauger

ePortfolio for an Older Worker. What Has Age Got to Do With It? ................................ 23

Debbie Carlton, Martin Hedley Taylor

Smart Use of e-Portfolios – Human Asset Management.................................................. 27

Margaret Lamont

What Are the Features of e-Portfolio Implementation that Can Enhance
Learning and Promote Self-Regulation? ........................................................................... 32

Isobel Braidman Maria Regan, Simon Wallis, Caroline Boggis, Tim Dornan

Online Approaches to Reflective Portfolio Learning - Initial Studies .............................. 43

Darren Cambridge

Layering Networked and Symphonic Selves with Electronic Portfolios:
a Critical Role for ePortfolios in Employability Through Integrative Learning ............... 48

Federica Oradini, Gunter Saunders

Introducing e-Portfolios Across a Paper-Dominated University:
Student and Staff Views Together with Attitudes to the Value of Change ...................... 62

Alexander Christmann, Ingo Dahn

The e-Portfolio City........................................................................................................... 71

Rob Peterson, Jan Herrington, Deslea Konza, Mira Tzvetkova-Arsova,
Krassen Stefanov

Investigating the Role of ePortfolios and Online Courses in a Community of Practice: Assisting Bulgarian Special Educators with Lifelong Competency Development ........... 80

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David John Hornblow

Towards Employability: The ePortfolio as a Link Between RPL and PFL ...................... 92

Janke Poortinga, Sanne Meeder

The Use of ePortfolios within Academic Programs .......................................................... 97

Olga Firssova, Desireé Joosten-ten Brinke

Portfolio for Assessment of Prior Learning: Design Issues ............................................ 109

Betül Arap

The Use of Electronic Portfolio in Initial Language Teacher Training as
an Assessment and Evaluation Tool ............................................................................... 115

Pier Giuseppe Rossi, Patrizia Magnoler, Lorella Giannandrea

From an ePortfolio Model to ePortfolio Practices. Some Guidelines ............................. 119

Samantha Slade, Yves Otis

The Competence Portfolio: Reflection for Organisational Renewal .............................. 132

Karen B. Andrews, Joan E. Leichter Dominick

Folio Thinking for First-Year College Success & Career Maturation:
Partnering the KSU Online Career Portfolios with the KSU 1101:
First Year Seminar........................................................................................................... 136

Angelika Buehler, Jörg Hafer, Karina Blankenburg

e-Portfolio for Artists at the University of Arts Berlin ................................................... 140

Jonathan Robert Freeman, Andrew Stone

Using the e-Portfolio - an A warding Body's Perspective, Case Study ............................ 145

Lourdes Guàrdia, Elena Barberà, Teresa Guasch, Enrique Rubio

Creating a Research Network for a Successful e-Portfolio Design and Implementation................................................................................................................ 149

Volker Patent

If We Build It, Will They Come? Embedding Employability Through
ePortfolio Assessment ..................................................................................................... 154

Miguel Valero García, Joana Rubio López, Francesc J. Sànchez Robert

Introducing the Student Competency Portfolio in the Castelldefels School
of Technology (EPSC) .................................................................................................... 161

Susanne Neumann,Petra Oberhuemer

Early Learner Empowerment by Means of ePortfolio .................................................... 166

Marco Kalz, Jan van Bruggen,Bas Giesbers, Rob Koper, Wim Waterink,
Jannes Eshuis

A New Linkage for the Assessment of Prior Learning ................................................... 175

Aurora Ricci, Guido Sarchielli

Mediation Effects of Subjective Variables: Critical Aspects in
an e-Portfolio Implementation......................................................................................... 184

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Marc Trestini

The e-Portfolio in a Professional Training Scheme: What is at Stake and
the Limits of the Scheme ................................................................................................. 189

Lise Agerbæk

A Cross Section of e-Portfolio Use in Danish Education From Primary
School to University ........................................................................................................ 198

Brigitte Roemmer-Nossek, Charlotte Zwiauer

How Can ePortfolio Make Sense for Higer Education? The Vienna University
ePortfolio Framework Taking Shape............................................................................... 206

Angela Smallwood, Sandra Kingston

New Vocational Pathways and Workforce Development: Nottingham’s
Engagement with New ePortfolio Agendas Bridging the Education and
Employment Sectors for Regional Development in the UK ........................................... 215

Serge Ravet

For an ePortfolio Enabled Architecture: ePortfolios, ePortfolio Management
Systems and Organisers................................................................................................... 219

Wolf Hilzensauer, Martin Prokoph, Markus Ulrich

Mosep- More Self Esteem with My e-Portfolio Supporting New
Competencies for e-Portfolio Tutors ............................................................................... 230

Pedro Pablo Sanchez-Villalon, Manuel Ortega, Asuncion Sanchez-Villalon

Implementation of an EDossier for the European Language Portfolio ........................... 238

Lex van der Sluijs

Our Journey Toward a Next-Generation Digital Portfolio Product ................................ 245

Simon Cotterill, Paul Horner, Sue Gill, Tony McDonald, Paul Drummond,
David Teasdale, Anne Whitworth, Geoff Hammond

Beyond the Blog: Getting the Right Level of Structure in an ePortfolio
to Support Learning......................................................................................................... 255

Victor McNair

A Multi-Agency Approach to Developing the Northern Ireland Teacher e-Portfolio........................................................................................................................ 261

Lori L. Hager, Eric Schiff

Preparing Arts Leaders in 21st Century Skills: a Case Study for the ePortfolio
Project in the Arts and Administration Program at the University of Oregon ................ 267

Dolors Sala

A Portfolio for a Project-Based Learning Telecommunications
Engineering Course: a Case Study .................................................................................. 273

Harriet Richmond, Dorothy Oakey, Helen Hemaya

Sink, Swim or Dive In? The Experience of Piloting an ePortfolio Tool
in Employability and Lifelong Learning Contexts .......................................................... 280

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Hilary Stevens

The Impact of e-Portfolio Development on the Employability of Adults Aged
45 and Over ..................................................................................................................... 290

Serge Ravet, Graham Attwell

POLE: Personal & Organisational Learning Environment ............................................. 299

Jenny Bimrose, Sally-Anne Barnes, Alan Brown, Gareth Dent

Reflective e-Portfolios for Continuing Professional Development and
Organisational Change .................................................................................................... 303

Angela Smallwood, Elizabeth Hartnell-Young

The Importance of Acknowledging Learning Processes in Assessing the
Impact of ePortfolios ....................................................................................................... 311

Peter Rees Jones

Breaking out of the Box: Demand Led e-Portfolio for Employability............................ 319

Siti Fatimah Mohd Yassin, Nor Sakinah Mohamad, Hamidah Yamat

Developing W-Portfolio Culture in Computer Education for Teacher Education......................................................................................................................... 327

Dorinda Fung, Winnie Lee, Charlotte Chow

A Feasibility Study on Personal Development Planning Process Embedded
at the ‘Special’ ePortfolio for Generic Competencies Development .............................. 332

II. Digital Identity and Privacy (DIP )

Marek P. Zielinski

Balancing Privacy and Information Utility in Data Anonymisation ............................... 341

Marek P. Zielinski

Overcoming the Limitations of k-Anonymity Through Association Rule
Hiding .............................................................................................................................. 346

Katrina Maxwell, Albert A. Angehrn,Bertrand Sereno

Increasing User Value Through Professional Identity Profiles, Profile-Based Connection Agents and Games ........................................................................................................... 355

David Chadwick, George Inman, Nate Klingenstein

Authorisation Using Attributes from Multiple Authorities – a Study of
Requirements ................................................................................................................... 366

Sabine Delaitre

Identity Representation In Digital Interactions ............................................................... 379

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III. HR Technology

Clementina Marinoni

Competence and Job Profile Frameworks ....................................................................... 383

IV. Related papers

José Janssen, Adriana Berlanga, Hubert Vogten, Rob Koper

Towards a Learning Path Specification .......................................................................... 389

Peter Van Rosmalen, Francis Brouns, Peter Sloep, Liesbeth Kester,
Adriana Berlanga, Marlies Bitter, Rob Koper

Question-Answering Through Selecting and Connecting Peer-Students........................ 395

Tim Sodhi, Francis Brouns, Yongwu Miao, Rob Koper

Supporting the Non-Expert in the Authoring of Personalized Learning
Using IMS LD ................................................................................................................. 404

Luís Barreto, Alexandre Vilaça, Cláudia Viana

NetStart – Achieving New Abilities with ICT ................................................................ 412

F. Brouns., M. E. Bitter-Rijpkema,P.B. Sloep, L. Kester, P. van Rosmalen,
A.J. Berlanga,R. Koper

Personal Profiling to Stimulate Participation in Learning Networks .............................. 417

Tim de Jong, Marcus Specht, Rob Koper

ContextBlogger: Learning by Blogging in the Realworld .............................................. 425

Adriana J. Berlanga, Bert van den Berg, Rob Nadolski, Hendrik Drachsler,
Hans G.K. Hummel, Rob Koper

Towards a Model for Navigation Support in Learning Networks................................... 434

Adriana J. Berlanga, Peter B. Sloep, Francis Brouns,
Peter van Rosmalen, Marlies E. Bitter-Rijpkema, Rob Koper

Functionality for Learning Networks: Lessons Learned from Social
Web Applications ............................................................................................................ 443

Christian Glahn, Marcus Specht, Rob Koper

Processing Learner Profiles for Smart Indicators ........................................................... 454

Cameron Esslemont, Van der Laan, S., Dean, G.

“Meaningful Learning” Sorting the Wheat from the Chaff .................................... 464