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TOL Template - Introducing ePortfolios to Your Students

TOL Template - Introducing ePortfolios to Your Students

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This template has been provided to guide you through various considerations for working with ePortfolios.
This template has been provided to guide you through various considerations for working with ePortfolios.

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 Template: Introducing ePortfolios toyour students
Teaching Online – Module 3, Session 4: Online portfolios (ePortfolios)
Use this template to guide you through various considerations for workingwith ePortfolios.Download and save this template for your own reference.
In your opinion, what forms can an ePortfolio take? What benefits wouldePortfolios provide your course? What benefits would it provide yourstudents?Description:If you will require students to produce ePortfolios, will they be providedwith examples? How will students be supported in producing theirePortfolios?Description:
This resource was created by University College Falmouth and released as an open educational resource for University College Falmouth for the Learn to Teach Online course. The free Learn to Teach Online course isfunded by University College Falmouth's Learning and Teaching Enhancement Programme. © 2012 UniversityCollege FalmouthThis work is licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution 3.0 Licence.When repurposing this resource please acknowledge the B4EE project.
 
How will ePortfolios be linked to learning aims and outcomes? How willthis be communicated to students?Description:How will you assess ePortfolios, particularly different types of ePortfolios(video, audio, etc)?Description:Who owns a student’s portfolio – the student or your institution? If thestudent owns their ePortfolio, what rights does your institution have touse and/or reproduce its content?Description:
This resource was created by University College Falmouth and released as an open educational resource for University College Falmouth for the Learn to Teach Online course. The free Learn to Teach Online course isfunded by University College Falmouth's Learning and Teaching Enhancement Programme. © 2012 UniversityCollege FalmouthThis work is licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution 3.0 Licence. When repurposing thisresource please acknowledge the B4EE project.
 
What advice will learners be given about what files not to upload into ane-portfolio?Description:Learners need extensive guidance on how and why to use them. Whatwill your role be in implementing ePortfolios in your course? Will otherdepartments in your institution have an involvement (e.g. CareersService)? Description:What technologies wil be used in creating ePortfolios? Are you familiarwith them? Who can support you and the students with thesetechnologies?Description:
This resource was created by University College Falmouth and released as an open educational resource for University College Falmouth for the Learn to Teach Online course. The free Learn to Teach Online course isfunded by University College Falmouth's Learning and Teaching Enhancement Programme. © 2012 UniversityCollege FalmouthThis work is licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution 3.0 Licence. When repurposing thisresource please acknowledge the B4EE project.

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