ePIC 2014

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Table of Contents

Conference Programme__ 7

Proceedings — Papers

Beyond Assessment - Recognizing Achievement in a Networked World__ 11

Stephen Downes, National Research Council, Canada

Student Engagement: An evaluation of the effectiveness of explicit and implicit Learning Analytics__ 29

Ed de Quincey, University of Greenwich, Ray Stoneham, University of Greenwich

ePortfolio and identity construction. A program for newly hired teacher training__ 38

Lorella Giannandrea, Stefania Quattrocchi, Pier Giuseppe Rossi, Patrizia Magnoler, Università di Macerata

Outcomes-based ePortfolio implementation: a report on a three-year learning journey__ 48

Barbara Anne Nicolls, Bucks New University

21ST Century Competencies and Communities in Higher Education__ 59

Penelope J Lister, London Metropolitan University

Identity Construction: a Personal Portfolio and e-Branding Plan for an Academic Purpose__ 66

Ana María Belmonte Jiménez. Universidad de Málaga.

ePortfolio as a tool for formative assessment of knowledge and skills__ 70

Dr. Tanja Rupnik Vec, mag. Leonida Novak, National Education Institute, Slovenia

From single evidence collection to reflection on learning over time: process and product eportfolio in Teacher Education. A case study__ 82

Gemma Tur, Santos Urbina. University of the Balearic Islands

Show Me Your Badge: Using Open Badges to Provide Career and Educational Pathways for Pre-Service Blue Light Professionals__ 91

Bryan D. Eldridge, M.Ed.

Ensuring Evidence in Research-Based Learning via ePortfolio__ 96

Petra Muckel, Birte Heidkamp, David Kergel, Sebastian Hartong, Stefanie Brunner, University of Oldenburg, Germany

Learner Reflective Behaviours in Web-Based Portfolio Assessment__ 101

Cheng Chi-Cheng Cheng-Chuan Chen, National Taiwan Normal University

Moodle me: An ePortfolio community of learning for the graphic design student__ 111

David Sinfield, Auckland University of Technology

Evidence-Based Learning – Organisation of ePortfolio in Academic Education and further Education at the West Saxon University of Zwickau__ 119

Eric Forkel, Christian-Andreas, University of Zwickau

Proceedings - Book of Abstracts

Wednesday, 09/Jul/2014__ 125

Balancing the two faces of ePortfolios: emphasis on process/learning or product/evidence?  125

Helen Barrett

The future of learning  125

Gill White

Open Badges and lifelong learning in the workplace: A trade union perspective  125

Richard Speight

mPortfolios (using mobile devices to support reflection)  126

Helen Barrett

ePortfolios to replace standardized assessments  126

Helen Barrett

Thursday, 10/Jul/2014__ 127

What have we learned from Open Badge Factory statistics and user feedback?  127

Eric Rousselle, Heli Karjalainen

Open Badges and ePortfolios: "We Don't Need No Stinking Co-Curricular Records"  127

Don Presant

Wikifolios, Peer Endorsement, Peer Promotion, and Open Badges for Engagement and Achievement in a Big Open Online Course  129

Daniel Thomas Hickey, Rebecca Itow

ePortfolio as a tool for formative assessment of knowledge and skills  130

Tanja Rupnik Vec, Leonida Novak

Learner Reflective Behaviors in Web-based Portfolio Assessment  131

Chi-Cheng Chang, Cheng-Chuan Chen

What will we need to learn, and have evidence for?  132

Simon Grant

Electronic portfolio to support career growth throughout the continuum  133

Joshua Jacobs

Let’s Connect: ePortfolio’s, competence data & labour market data in the Southeast of the Netherlands  133

Maartje Geenen1, Marius Monen2

Penelope Jane Lister, Charlotte Fregona

Show Me Your Badge: Using Open Badges to Provide Career and Educational Pathways for Pre-Service Blue Light Professionals  135

Bryan Donald Eldridge

Harnessing informal learning for accreditation: using open resources and personal learning records for academic and professional development  137

Charlotte May Fregona, Pen Lister

Connecting Recognition, Assessment, and Motivation around ePortfolios with Open Badges  137

Rebecca Itow, Daniel Thomas Hickey

ePortfolios, Integrative Learning, and Identity in a Senior Capstone Seminar  139

Susan Kahn, Karen Ramsay Johnson

Authenticity: An Essential Characteristic of Evidence for Digital Myself  140

Janice Smith1, Shoji Kajita2

Dynamics of the learning process and specificities of the digital being in the university  141

Samuel Nowakowski1, Manuel Schneewele2, Isabelle Houot3, Nathalie Issenmann4

ePortfolio and identity construction. A program for newly hired teacher training  141

Lorella Giannandrea, Stefania Quattrocchi, Pier Giuseppe Rossi, Patrizia Magnoler

Using E-portfolio in Teacher Education: A Case of Hong Kong  143

Wai-Mui Christina YU

From single evidence collection to reflection on learning over time: process and product eportfolio in Teacher Education. A case study.  143

Gemma Tur, Santos Urbina

Europass and Open Badges  145

Dik van der Wal, Erik van den Broek

Evidence-Based Learning – Organisation of ePortfolio in Academic Education and further Education at the West Saxony University of Zwickau  146

Eric Forkel, Christian-Andreas Schumann

Student Engagement: An evaluation of the effectiveness of explicit and implicit Learning Analytics  147

Ed de Quincey, Ray Stoneham

Ensuring Evidence in Research-Based Learning via ePortfolio  148

Petra Muckel, Birte Heidkamp, David Kergel, Sebastian Hartong, Stefanie Brunner

Becoming and Belonging: The Web of Identity Development in an Interprofessional Community of Practice  149

Mandia Mentis

Alex Haig, Karen Beggs

EPIC at EPIC! E-Portfolios for International Competence: Introducing Evidence-Based Learning E-portfolios for Healthcare Students on International Elective Placements  151

Kirstie Coolin, Richard Windle, Mary Brown, Chris Booth, Helen Parsons

Friday, 11/Jul/2014__ 153

Enhancing Evidence-Based eLearning Performance by Teaching eFolio Thinking Competencies  153

Bruno Kappes, Mi Cao

The learning outcomes-based ePortfolio implementation: a three-year journey  155

Barbara Anne Nicolls

ePortfolio Practice: From Tertiary Classrooms to the Workplace  156

Dominique-Alain Jan

ePortfolio and badges for job applications – insights from the German qualification program “Credit Points”  157

Ilona Buchem

MOODLE ME: An ePortfolio community of learning for the graphic design student  157

David Lewis Sinfield

Identity construction: a personal portfolio and e- branding plan for an academic purpose  158

Ana María Belmonte Jiménez

Telling the Whole Story: Using ePortfolios to Assure Quality Learning  159

Romy Lawson

Nayana Anupam Parange

Nayana Anupam Parange

ePortfolio for Students’ Independent Learning (Master Program Course in Business English)  162

Olga Smolyaninova, Elena Nazarenko

Beyond Assessment: Recognizing Achievement in a Networked World  163

Stephen Downes