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Possible Portfolio MiniSpecs as of November 9, 2010

Label

Portfolio MiniSpec Title

User Goal Summary

Notes

1

Publish a list of learning outcomes, standards, or competencies (Document student achievement of programmatic goals, general education goals.)

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2

Collect documents from peers

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3

Create a curriculum map aligning courses with learning outcomes (Provide a curricular map for program faculty that connects course objectives, to assessments, to programmatic outcomes)

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4

Create and publish rubrics for evaluating mastery of each learning outcome

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5

Add learning relevant learning outcomes to syllabus

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6

Relate an assignment (student work) to one or more learning outcomes

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7

See a list of outcomes the assignment is meant to teach or document

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8

View the rubric that will be used to evaluate the assignment against a specific outcome

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9

Evaluate one's own artifacts against specific learning outcomes using a rubric with clickable descriptors

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10

Decide when to submit one's work for evaluation by others

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11

Evaluate mastery of related learning outcomes while view/grading assignment submissions

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12

Provide written feedback in addition to grades and ratings

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13

Provide feedback to peers

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14

Direct and monitor students' feedback to their peers

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15

View grades, ratings, and feedback on assignment submission

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16

Generate reports with summary statistics and individual student ratings for each learning outcome

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17

Collect random sample artifacts for each learning outcome rated as successful or unsuccessful by faculty

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18

Filter reports on a variety of criteria, including academic and demographic data stored in SIS)

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19

Give external evaluators access to assessment framework, reports, and student work

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20

Access reports, rubrics, and examples of student work for specific outcomes and rating levels. Review and compare examples to determine reliability and validity of assessment data

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21

Collect artifacts to demonstrate one's own learning

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22

Associate artifacts with specific learning outcomes

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23

Reflect upon how each artifact meets one or more learning outcomes

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24

Collect artifacts from students

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25

Organize one's own artifacts into a meaningful hierarchy, order, or other arrangement (Label portfolio spaces/Display files in labeled, differentiated spaces)

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26

Design attractive presentation cover

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27

Collaborate on integration of a set of documents (marking points in common, merging lists, etc.)

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28

Create a series of related reflection activities

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29

Develop meaningful prompts for each reflection activity to guide students through the process of selecting work and writing a reflection

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30

Provide overall guidance on the long term process of portfolio activities within a program

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31

Use a portfolio process as part of advisement

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32

Use a portfolio process to structure learning in a class or program

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33

Coordinate faculty efforts in teaching and learning via a portfolio process

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34

Visually represent portfolio activities in a way that helps student think about themselves and the relationship between their goals and accomplishments in new ways

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35

Select and upload artifacts that meet the requirements of the reflection activity

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36

Get feedback on work from instructor and peers (Read comments on portfolio/Read comments on individual items in portfolio)

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37

Submit artifacts and/or reflection for evaluation

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38

Use a rubric to evaluate student work

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39

Create a template to scaffold the process of creating a showcase portfolio

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40

Create a showcase portfolio that represents my skills, accomplishments, and perspective (Display selected items/portfolio spaces in resume format)

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41

Have the ability to integrate any artifact, assignment, activity, or reflection I have created into my showcase portfolio

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42

Add expressive visual elements to my showcase portfolio

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43

Create a resume to share with users outside of the system

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44

Create a template to provide guidance and structure for the resume process

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45

Receive a resume or showcase portfolio as an application for internship, admission, or job

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46

Present a learning portfolio as a final graduation requirement

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47

Upload file (text, image, video) directly to Portfolio (from local hard drive)

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48

Display multiple drafts of same file

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49

Turn selected item in portfolio public to institution/web

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50

Maintain multiple portfolios

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51

Easily display same file in multiple portfolios

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52

Upload page created in Sakai OAE to portfolio

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53

Easily revise portfolio space labels and file display placement within portfolio

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54

Toggle between different visual metaphors

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55

Maintain separate comment streams with separate commentators

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56

Save older versions of portfolio layout

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57

Auto save older versions of portfolio layout at timed intervals

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58

Display portfolio layout/item names without allowing access to portfolio files

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59

Public Comment on individual items in user portfolio

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Public Annotation on item in user portfolio

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61

Set subgroups who can read/comment on item/portfolio

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Attach assignment to relevant portfolio space

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Private Comment on individual items in user portfolio

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Private Annotate an item in user portfolio

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65

Read other instructor/advisor comments

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Comment in same thread with other instructors/advisors

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67

Record grade on item for averaging with other grades

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68

Track views on portfolio

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69

Define comment as public/private (private would be read-only)

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70

Archive all project portfolios as course records

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