With colleagues from the USA and Australia, members of Europortfolio provided global leadership to the international seminar on the theme of ‘Researching and Evaluating Recording Achievement, Personal Development Planning and e-Portfolio’ held in Plymouth, UK on the 16th and 17th April 2015. Igor Balaban, Europortfolio co-ordinator, contributed to the introductory plenary session entitled ‘The global e-portfolio research forum: joining the dots and identifying the gaps,’ and Europortfolio members contributed to several symposia sessions and research reports, including:
Eportfolio practices. Janet Strivens, the Centre for Recording Achievement /University of Liverpool, UK.
Why doesn’t everyone have an ePortfolio? Serge Ravet, Europortfolio Project Partner; ADPIOS, France, Igor Balaban, Europortfolio co-ordinator, University of Zagreb and other members of Europortfolio.
Technology and employability: Bernard Ertl & Sylvia Grossgasteiger, Danube University Krems, Austria: Game-Based Learning to support employability – Supporting Girls’ Career Choices in the field of ICT and Entrepreneurship.
Researching our Practice: Barbara Cambridge and Kathi Yancey, Co-Directors, Inter/National Coalition for Electronic Portfolio Research, USA: A Collaborative Research Design: the Inter/National Coalition for e-portfolio Research.
Members of the Europortfolio community and other Portal visitors are able to access the full range of seminar contributions at http://tinyurl.com/m2aj33j