Tuesday, 15 September 2009

key drivers

Short & Sweet collection of key PDP drivers.>>





While I'm on the topic of eportfolios I'll share some other resources/links I've stumbled across in the past week or so;

1) Dr Helen Barrett has set up a Google site covering Google apps / web 2.0 tools for personal learning environments. She also has a site covering evaluation strategies. Both well worth bookmarking.

2) A very useful blog covering eportfolio developments & research at the University of Nottingham

3) An Open article entitled general framework for constructing such personal learning environments based on Ambient Learning realized by learning agents and the use of Enterprise Mashup servers

4) Case study of Sport and Outdoor Recreation module that makes use of eportfolio technologies

5) A very interesting article on eportfolio uptake (or not) across HE. Have We Reached an IT Dead End -- Campus Technology


See the rest of my aggregated eportoflio resources/links at
http://wiki.rscwmsystems.org.uk/index.php/Eportfolios
http://delicious.com/deliboy/eportfolio

3 comments:

mhawksey said...

Your readers might also be interested PDP Toolkit produced by QAA Scotland works with the Higher Education Academy (HEA) and Centre for Recording Achievement (CRA)

The PDP Toolkit is designed to help all staff at all levels within institutions to consider, reflect and develop their strategies and policies for the implementation and enhancement of PDP. It achieves this by using a series of self-assessment questions (SAQs) which encourage reflection on the important issues in implementation and development.

Click here for more information

britta bohlinger said...

Thanks for embedding my slides - glad to see you liked them. I do find your blog very useful but would not have come across it had slideshare not indicated some of your visitors have already viewed my summary of key drivers. Wonderful social media.
Keep up the good work.

karim said...

Good one on Personal Development and it helps a lot.

Thanks,
Karim - Positive thinking