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Agenda for 8 October 2010

In attendance:

  • Lynn Ward, Indiana
  • Cheryl Hodgkinson-Williams, University of Cape Town
  • Janice Smith, Three Canoes
  • Daphne Ogle, Berkeley
  • Keli Amann, Stanford
  • Robin Hill, Wyoming
  • Urmila Venkatesh, Michigan
  • Bob Squillace, NYU
  • Five Minute Persona Primer - Daphne Ogle
    see:  http://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/Personas
  • Writing institutional scenarios as a starting point
    • Fluid scenario description: [http://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/Scenarios]
    • provide a (fictitious) name and a couple of sentences about each of they key players.
    • include a description of the primary purpose and key characteristics of the process and product.
    • describe the workflow and interactions among the participants (who's involved when, what are they doing and why, what do they need in order to achieve their specific goals within the process).
  • Ways of categorizing portfolios: Is proposed taxonomy useful for describing needs and identifying personas related to portfolio?  Bob S proposes thinking about common functionalities or activities instead (e.g., collect, select, reflect, annotate, guide, review, evaluate, report, present, etc. see Portfolio-related vignettes in confluence). 
     
  • 7 Portfolio Types discussed last week
    • Showcase
    • Timeline (Developmental)
    • Assessment
    • Institutional
    • Project
    • Interactive
    • Hybrid
       
  • European Institute for E-Learning (EIfEL) Portfolio Types. See: http://www.eportfolio.eu/eportfolio/eportfolio-types.html
    • Developmental Portfolios (Learning/Personal Development)
    • Assessment Portfolios -
    • Showcase Portfolios -
    • Emerging types:
    • learning community portfolios
    • learning organisation portfolios
    • learning territory portfolios
        
  • IMS ePortfolio Best Practice and Implementation Guide. See:
    http://www.imsglobal.org/ep/epv1p0/imsep_bestv1p0.html#1663759
    • Assessment ePortfolios
    • Presentation ePortfolios
    • Learning ePortfolios
    • Personal Development ePortfolios
    • Multiple Owner ePortfolios
    • Working ePortfolios
       
  • 3 Purposes of Portfolios
    • Presentation (self-representation)
    • Learning
    • Assessment
       
  • Common portfolio-related activities (see Portfolio-related vignettes in Sakai Confluence)
      • collect
      • select
      • reflect
      • guide
      • review
      • assess
      • report
      • present
      • share
      • etc.
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