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Student with ePortfolio Wins Art Scholarship (April 11, 2005 05:16 PM)
Actually, we are not sure if the ePortfolio had anything to do with it, but one of the members of the student panel discussions at our February Dialogue Day with Helen Barrett, Nestor Martinez got some good news. According to a post from his teacher, Dale Doubleday: On a different... «more»
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A First? Podcasting in an ePortfolio System (March 20, 2005 08:04 AM)
I just noted that podcasts are screaming up the meme charts, and a day later some exciting news. Audree, who programs our eportfolio system available at Maricopa and her Chandler-Gilbert Community College has announced the upcoming availability of streaming media being built into the system (see latest ePortfolio enhancements, nicely... «more»
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Wow! What a Portfolio-lific Day (February 25, 2005 06:07 PM)
Just wrapping up from today's event "ePortfolio Dialogue Day: Digital Stories of Deep Learning for Students and Faculty" with our excellent guest Helen Barrett, and it was a rousing success. Wish I could have been blogging it all, but other duties called. Helen gave an outstanding overview of the eportfolio... «more»
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Helen is Coming To Town! (February 23, 2005 10:01 AM)
This Friday, the self-proclaimed "Grandmother of Electronic Portfolios", Helen Barrett is coming to town as our guest for our event "ePortfolio Dialogue Day: Digital Stories of Deep Learning for Students and Faculty", where we are expecting an audience of 90+ faculty and staff. The day's agenda is split-starting with a... «more»
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Wow... Adunct Faculty Jumps Feet First Into MLX and ePortfolio (January 28, 2005 04:56 PM)
CDB readers may know of the struggles written here to solicit Maricopa people to share their instructional materials and teaching ideas in our Maricopa Learning eXchange (MLX) which is at almost 1100 items. Our efforts have included bribery and competition, but have yet to embrace physical threats. If I had... «more»
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Helen's Online Portfolio Adventure (December 2, 2004 11:55 AM)
The self-proclaimed "grandmother" of electronic portfolios, Helen Barrett has likely the most comprehensive set of resources on her main web site plus her E-Portfolios for Learning blog. Not so evident on the front page of site is a fantastic resource where she has taken the same portfolio content and used... «more»
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Some ePortfolios Blossoming (December 1, 2004 03:39 PM)
It's been a while since I browsed some of the new electronic portfolios that have been growing this semester on our Maricopa eP site. But I am liking what is starting to pop up... Dale Doubleday, our Ocotillo ePortfolio Action Group co-chair, has had her ART289 (Computer Illustration) students post... «more»
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Bb-igfoot: Are there More than Blurry Photos of ePortfolios? (November 15, 2004 04:12 AM)
Despite a lack of clearly focused photographs, there are some out there clinging to firm beliefs in Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster. I get the same sensation trying to get a clear picture of Blackboard's ePortfolio functionality. Some messages of inquiry about the legendary beast in question bounced around... «more»
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EDUCAUSE: "Electronic Portfolios in Higher Education: Where Are We and Where Are We Going?" (October 20, 2004 02:17 PM)
From the folks at the University of Denver Portfolio Community: The University of Denver Portfolio Community is a comprehensive electronic portfolio system that supports individual, course, and community portfolios and curriculum assessment. This session will discuss the DUPC's development and lessons learned during its implementation and compare it to other... «more»
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Revving Up the eP (October 4, 2004 10:01 PM)
Finally, we are starting to see some signs of activity on our Maricopa ePortfolio site. Originally developed at and for faculty and students at one our colleges, Chandler-Gilbert Community College, the developer has graciously shared it on a server in our office that is open to everyone at our 9... «more»
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Join In Our Ocotillo Kickoff (blogs, wikis, discussion boards are standing by) (September 21, 2004 05:47 PM)
Some readers may have followed our mention new efforts this year with our 'Ocotillo' faculty-driven technology initiatives, now in its 18th year of existence. This year, we ripped the page right out of the Small Pieces Loosely Joined concept and built a system to support our four action groups that... «more»
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FIPPers Go GaaGaa for ePort (August 26, 2004 11:59 PM)
It's energizing to have an eager workshop audience.... today I demo-ed our Maricopa ePortfolio system for the new interns in our Faculty In Progress Program (FIPP). After a presentation on portfolio-ing by one of our experts from Mesa Community College. I showed them a mocked up fake ePort, and then... «more»
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RSS Feeds for Maricopa ePortfolio (August 24, 2004 05:52 PM)
Today I cleaned my desk of paper piles, revamped the "todo" list that overflows from my whiteboard, and finished up a little experiment I had started on our ePortfolio site. Audree Thurman, the clever programmer of this nifty system, had developed a nifty approach for RSS feeds. There is a... «more»
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ePortfolio Survey Results (inside an ePort) (July 15, 2004 05:26 PM)
Thanks to six of you who took up my offer to complete a silly survey inside my eportfolio. Well, there is one ringer in there, at least. And someone else got very serious about answering the open ended questions, but helped us clear up a bug. So not only can... «more»
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Survey/Quiz Tool inside ePortfolio ("Desert and a Floor Wax?") (July 7, 2004 12:03 PM)
Audree has been busy.... she is the developer of the ePortfolio tool built first at Chandler-Gilbert Community College and also running in our office as "Maricopa eP" for the rest of our system. Over the last few weeks, she has added new tools and features, based on faculty and student... «more»
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Faculty ePortfolio, Google, and Kaching! Newly Registered Online Students (May 11, 2004 05:44 PM)
I mentioned recently how one of our faculty members had created an electronic portfolio for his faculty evaluation process. Well something funny happened in a very short time span. John was contacted by the link in his eportfolio by two students on the east coast who had searched Google for... «more»
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Faculty ePortfolio (April 29, 2004 11:26 AM)
A faculty member I work with has decided to use our experimental Maricopa ePortfolio to create an online portfolio for his Faculty Evaluation Plan review (acronymically known here as "FEP")- something never done before in what is a byzantine paper bound process. John Arle teaches online and hybrid biology courses... «more»
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Two Rivers Mix: RSS and e-Portfolios (March 23, 2004 11:46 AM)
I do not want to go out on a limb, but I think we have done something for the first time- a combination of two technologiies I have had my paws in this year, electronic portfolios and RSS. It reminds me of a trip to the Lee's Ferry crossing of... «more»
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ePortfolio Beta Opens (March 9, 2004 03:02 PM)
Last Friday's Ocotillo Online Learning Group meeting was the first announcement and access provided to a new experimental electronic portfolio service we are hosting. This is a new installation of the software developed at Chandler-Gilbert Community College-- we have set up this new server so that faculty form our other... «more»
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ePortfolio System Just Up and Running (February 8, 2004 03:22 PM)
We had a burst of interest after our October 2002 Electronic Portfolio Dialogue Day, but there has been a long lapse in our efforts, with some fall out from a not so great experience with an external project. But just in about the last 3 days, we have started a... «more»
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