The WebLearn Portfolio in addition to HEO Pilot: implications as long as a blended learning approach Workshop means work In a ‘WebLearn module’ a PDP ‘learning module’ can help WebLearn artefact ‘Save to Portfolio’ tool In your WebLearn module, students can save to Portfolio

The WebLearn Portfolio in addition to HEO Pilot: implications as long as a blended learning approach Workshop means work In a ‘WebLearn module’ a PDP ‘learning module’ can help WebLearn artefact ‘Save to Portfolio’ tool In your WebLearn module, students can save to Portfolio www.phwiki.com

The WebLearn Portfolio in addition to HEO Pilot: implications as long as a blended learning approach Workshop means work In a ‘WebLearn module’ a PDP ‘learning module’ can help WebLearn artefact ‘Save to Portfolio’ tool In your WebLearn module, students can save to Portfolio

Hoffman, Forrest, Contributor has reference to this Academic Journal, PHwiki organized this Journal The WebLearn Portfolio in addition to HEO Pilot: implications as long as a blended learning approach LondonMet T&L Workshop, July 07 Peter Chalk Undergraduate Centre tb2 A copy of these slides will be available at the end of the workshop Workshop means work Please arrange yourselves into groups, possibly by HEO module/ course/ subject areas In September, will you be using WebLearn Will you be using the ePortfolio in a pilot Do you have special PDP requirements (eg professional body) Have you taken part in any WebLearn training A WebLearn HEO module, showing a PDP learning module to support the ePortfolio

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In a ‘WebLearn module’ a PDP ‘learning module’ can help Guide students in how to use the Portfolio: if so, what should be in this learning module PDP framework, if so, how to present it Links to learning resources, if so, which Existing PDP documents like the ugstudy/pdp web site Something else WebLearn artefact ‘Save to Portfolio’ tool In your WebLearn module, students can save to Portfolio MyGrades, assignments, assessments in addition to discussion topic discussions – So how would you use this facility How would you encourage students to use it How should the artefact be reflected upon (eg blog, new document, in module or in portfolio) How would you know they have done it

What’s in the WebLearn Portfolio Integration with WebLearn modules Artefact saving (file storage area) Binders, including a multimedia gallery Blog/ discussion & calendar (not integrated) Goal setting & recording, evidence linked Guest reviewer facility (can track guests, eg module leader, tutor – who else) CV (resumé) tool Portfolio ‘Full’ Template or ‘aim’ If we use the full template Does it match the first semester HEO structure Should it include further binders as long as future semesters/ years Is it helpful, or overwhelming Should we expect students to be more creative

The ‘blank’ template plus a link to an external Portfolio The blank template Does this allow the student to be more creative Or is it scary Could we include any helpful material The ‘resources only’ template

If we use the resources only template in the 0708a pilots What should go in the resources binder What files should go in the my files area What goals should be pre-populated What links should be made Reusable learning object (RLO) embedded in Portfolio RLO task For your subject/ course, consider what RLOs might be embedded in the Portfolio WebLearn module Should we be developing any more RLOs If so, which

So, how did the HEO Spring semester pilot go, then Why I can’t show you a student example Started late Did not integrate into module learning in addition to teaching Presented as an add-on Not linked to PDP related assessment Students did not use it by choice A few added me as guest, but did not create new content So, how can we Encourage students to use Portfolio Know that they have started Give them tasks that might persuade them to use it Get them started A Getting Started File The following HTML file, with links, could as long as m the basis as long as a ‘getting started’ link in the main Portfolio window as long as now, but could be a portlet in the Student Portal, or a Reusable Learning Object

Modified E Portfolio resources-only template with a personalised ‘Getting Started’ HTML file Showing personalised links to PAA photo, course learning outcomes, in addition to a textual explanation of the PDP purpose ‘Getting Started’ links to RLOs, PDP tools, Me & My Course etc

‘Getting Started’ can also link to module in as long as mation & regs etc And finally, what I concluded from my pilot in 0607b Conclusions from pilot Essential to Integrate ePortfolio into L&T strategy PDP-related assessment must involve creating in addition to sharing content in WebLearn Portfolio Spend time showing students how to use tools Encourage artefact saving in all modules Use blog to engage student with tutors Use CV tool with Careers Service etc etc Template – minimal to encourage engagement

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