Technology, Innovation, & Pedagogy Conference
Thursday, August 20, 2015
Keynote: Dr. Helen Barrett
Balancing the Two Faces of ePortfolios
PB191 (Alice Peters Auditorium)
This presentation will focus on the two main approaches to ePortfolio development: portfolio as workspace (supporting learning and reflection) and portfolio as showcase (supporting assessment and self-marketing/employment). Dr. Barrett will provide a balanced framework for developing ePortfolios using mobile devices that support lifelong learning, with the essential elements of reflection and intrinsic motivation. We will explore the two conflicting paradigms of assessment according to Peter Ewing (Accountability vs. Improvement) as applied to ePortfolios
Faculty Panel: ePortfolios at California State University, Fresno
Dr. Helen Barrett
Know Thyself: ePortfolios and Reflective Stories supporting Lifelong Learning (enrollment limited)
Dr. Helen Barrett will address a variety of ePortfolio learning strategies that promote lifelong learning. Drawing on various models of reflection. Dr. Barrett will bridge theory with practical examples to support lifelong learning strategies of self-monitoring, self-awareness and self-management. Specific strategies to be shown will include reflective journals (blogs) and digital storytelling.
Presentation: What's New in Blackboard and Why It Is Important
Edgar Gonzalez, Customer Success Advocate, Blackboard, Inc.
Optimizing student learning using the Pathbrite Learning Platform
Heather Hiles, CEO, Pathbrite
Hands On Assistance Using Blackboard, Pathbrite and other technology tools
Sponsored by The Center for the Scholarly Advancement of Teaching and Learning (CSALT), Technology Innovations for Learning and Teaching (TILT) and Title V - HSI Program: Commitment to Latina/o Academic Success & Excellence (CLASE).