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ePortfolio 2006 Conference Papers

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Papers for publication at the ePortfolio 2006 International Conference in Oxford - UK from 11 to 13 October.

ExFile Portfolio Models and Community Building in Dutch Higher Education
Marij Veugelers, SURF NL Portfolio / Universiteit van Amsterdam, Wijnand Aalderink, SURF NL Portfolio / Windesheim University of Applied Sciences.
ExFile Implementing an Institution-free Model of ePortfolio practice across Educational Sectors
Philip Harley, formerly of City of Nottingham Children’s Services; Angela Smallwood, University of Nottingham Centre for International ePortfolio Development, UK.
ExFile Portfolio Scene in Dutch Higher Education
G.F.L.M.Rubens, Utrecht University, A.H.M. Kemps, INHOLLAND University, The Netherlands.
ExFile Competency-based assessment at New Century College
Darren Cambridge George Mason University, USA.
ExFile Assessing Innovative Competencies through learning ePortfolio
Lise Agerbæk, Odense Technical College and University of Southern Denmark.
ExFile A 360 Degree Review of ePortfolio Assessment (abstract)
Cathy Gunn; Centre for Professional Development, University of Auckland, New Zealand.
ExFile From Pilots to a Joint National ePortfolio strategy
Veronika Hornung-Prähauser, Wolf Hilzensauer Salzburg Research; Paul Meinl, factline Webservices GmbH Charlotte Zwiauer, University of Vienna, Austria.
ExFile The Australian experience in developing an employability skills ePortfolio (abstract)
Suzanne Curyer, education.au limited, Australia
ExFile Analysis of a survey of ePortfolio practice in UK HE (abstract)
Strivens, Janet: Centre for Recording Achievement, UK and Centre for Lifelong Learning, The University of Liverpool
ExFile Technology must follow policy: A socio-technological re-assessment of lifetime personal web spaces
Wernher Behrendt, Veronika Hornung-Prähauser and Wolf Hilzensauer, Salzburg Research, Austria.
ExFile EPICS:Outcomes of a regional ePortfolio initiative to support lifelong learning
AP Horner and SJ Cotterill, University of Newcastle, UK.
ExFile Real world interoperability - Linking student management to ePortfolio
Colin Dalziel and Andy Everson Pebble Learning, UK.
ExFile Building ePortfolio application profiles for Europass CV and insuring cross interoperability
Marc Van Coillie, EIfEL, France.
ExFile Portable Reflective Entertainment Portfolio
Robert Chmielewski, University of Edinburgh, UK.
ExFile Towards the m-portfolio
SJ Cotterill, School of Medical Education Development, University of Newcastle, UK.
ExFile Omnipresent ePortfolio activity enabled by a mobile applet and synchronisation service
David Johnson, ACET Centre, The University of Reading, UK.
ExFile Using blogs for Learning Logs
Martin Homik, Saarland University and Erica Melis, DFKI, Germany.
ExFile Models, Tools, ePortfolios
Pier Giuseppe Rossi, Università degli Studi di Macerata, Italy.
ExFile Searching for ePortfolio ‘stickiness’: a call for development to support the select process (abstract)
Glenn Johnson, Penn State University, USA.
ExFile One Stop Shop’ a cohorts window to the world of ePortfolio (abstract)
Mandy Staunton, Emma Purnell, Liander Taylor and Jenny Woodhams, University of Wolverhampton, UK.
ExFile Using portfolio as an assessment method for ICT in initial teacher training
Ulla Gjørling, UNI-C, The Danish ICT Centre for Education and Research, Denmark.
ExFile How can ePortfolios contribute to academic development of students? (abstract)
Sanne Meeder and Janke Poortinga, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
ExFile Development of a pedagogical model for ePortfolios – the shape of things to come?
David A. Ross, Centre for Learning and Teaching, University of Paisley and Gerry Graham, ISLE Project, University of Paisley, UK
ExFile Empowering Engineering Students' Self-directed learning in Professional English courses through ePortfolio
Tuula-Harriet Kotikoski and Raija Fonselius, Language Centre of Jyväskylä University of Applied Sciences, Finland.
ExFile ePEARL: Electronic Portfolio Encouraging Active Reflection Learning
A, Wade, P.C. Abrami, B. White, I. Nicolaidou, & K. Morris, Centre for the Study of Learning and Performance, Concordia University, Canada.
ExFile The European Digital Portfolio for Educators
Gregory Makrides, INTERCOLLEGE, Cyprus, and partners.
ExFile ePortfolio: supporting coaching of workplace learning in the teaching profession
Olga Firssova & Marjo Stalmeier, Open University Netherlands.
ExFile Managing reflection: The Development of ePortfolios to support Professional Learning in Northern Ireland
Eleanore Thomas C2k, Victor McNair Ulster University, UK.
ExFile Empowering Learners to Work Toward Leadership, Social-Justice, and Social Change Goals (abstract)
Melissa Peet, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. USA.
ExFile Ethical portfolios: Supporting identities and values
Simon Grant, independent consultant; Anna Grant, University of Bristol, UK.
ExFile Developing the skills for lifelong learning:towards a model of engagement in the ePortfolio process
Christopher Murray, The University of Leeds, UK.
ExFile Window to Student Experiences – ePortfolio for ESL Students’ Digital Stories (abstract)
Dale Doubleday, Nancy Meyers & Cheryl Colan, Phoenix College, USA.
ExFile Using ePortfolios to Widen Participation and Opportunities for Students from Minority Ethnic and Lower Socioeconomic Groups (abstract)
Neil Currant, University of Bradford, UK.
ExFile Implementation of an ePortfolio as a University-wide Program at the Florida State University
Jeff W. Garis, Florida State University, USA.
ExFile Empowering Diverse Learners Through Large-Scale ePortfolio Implementation (abstract)
Katharine E. Cummings, Western Michigan University, USA.
ExFile ePortfolio in the regular University Chemistry Programme
Natasa Brouwer and Wolter Kaper, Universiteit van Amsterdam, AMSTEL Institute, The Netherlands.
ExFile Launching ePortfolios for learning, assessment and employment
Jo Ann Thompson, George Suckarieh, Eric Inglert, Kathleen Ossman, Annu Prabhakar, Laura Caldwell and Rajiv Soman, College of Applied Science, University of Cincinnati. USA.
ExFile ePortfolio tool as change-agent in the Graduate Attribute and Professional Skills arena
Sarah Lambert, University of Wollongong, Australia
ExFile Building and extending from the success of the trainee doctors’ ePortfolio (abstract)
Alex Haig; Karen Beggs; Neil McManus; Tim Brown, NHS Education for Scotland, UK.
ExFile ePortfolio Passport to Global Citizenship: Folio thinking for College Seniors
Joan E. Leichter Dominick, Leigh Funk and Bethany Izar, Kennesaw State University, USA.
ExFile The implementation of ePortfolio at INHOLLAND University
Ivo de Boer and Marcel Kemper, INHOLLAND University, the Netherlands.
ExFile Campus-wide ePortfolio initiative: a catalyst for important changes & institutional improvements
Sheri E. Rogers and Neal W.Topp, University of Nebraska at Omaha. Jay Noren, University of Nebraska Medical Center, USA;
ExFile Implementing a multimedia ePortfolio to support learning, achievement and progression
John Pallister, Wolsingham School and Community College, UK.
ExFile Three approaches to Assessment ePortfolios in UK schools, 2001-2006
Karim, Derrick, TAG Learning Ltd, UK.
ExFile Bottom up meets top down: ePortfolios in Victoria, Australia
Elizabeth Hartnell-Young, The University of Nottingham. Janette Ellis, GeneratED, UK.
ExFile Returning to work, working to return:using ePortfolios to increase women’s employability in gender segregated occupations
Clem Herman and Gill Kirkup;The Open University, UK
ExFile Individualised job coaching at Folkuniversitetet Sweden
Kerstin Namuth, Folkuniversitetet, Sweden.
ExFile Starting with community ePortfolio to build and manage personal ePortfolios
Leda Alice Lombardo and Messi Giuliana, LIFI – Università della Svizzera Italiana, Lugano, Switzerland.
ExFile Europass- CV plugin for blogs: building online professional profiles (abstract)
Margarita Pérez-García, MENON Network EEIG, Belgium.
ExFile Synergetics - NedCar ePortfolio Project (abstract)
Luk Vervenne, Synergetics, Belgium.
ExFile Beyond Assessment: Building an ePortfolio for orientation, community and reflection
Jen Ross and Hamish Macleod, University of Edinburgh, UK.
ExFile Towards media, skills and portfolio based learning content personalisation
Fabrizio Cardinali, eLiG and Giunti Interactive Labs, Italy.
ExFile Should unsupervised web surveys be used to calibrate items?
Javier López-Cuadrado, Anaje Armendariz & Tomás A. Pérez, University of the Basque Country, Spain.
ExFile Planning and implementing an institutional staff development programme in ePortfolios
Gloria Dunlop and Susi Peacock, Queen Margaret University College, UK.
ExFile Different types of ePortfolios to support reflection and learning in post-degree courses
Lorella Giannandrea, Università degli Studi di Macerata, Italy.
ExFile Adoption strategy for implementing & usage ePortfolios in International companies
Mariya Gornostay, Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University, Ukraine.
ExFile Packaging the undergraduate experience with ePortfolios
DeeAnne M. Kimmel,Clemson University, USA.
ExFile Determining the feasibility of utilising ePortfolios for functionally illiterate adults
Mark A.M. Kramer and Ursula Maier-Rabler, University of Salzburg, Austria.
ExFile A Case study about the use of ePortfolios
Olatz López Fernández, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain.
ExFile Curriculum DeGóis – A Scientific ePortfolio
P. Sérgio Tenreiro de Magalhães, Leonel Duarte dos Santos & Luís Amaral, Universidade do Minho, Portugal.
ExFile The teacher portfolio: experimentation in an online community
Patrizia Magnoler University of Macerata, Italy.
ExFile ePortfolios: Reflection, collaboration and sustainability in early teacher education
Victor McNair University of Ulster UK. Kevin Marshall Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.
ExFile The Challenge of implementing ePDP at the University of Abertay Dundee
Kehinde Oduyemi and Richard Ogston, University Of Abertay Dundee, UK.
ExFile An ePortfolio for writing, editing and publishing students: Compendium for a career?
Roslyn Petelin, The University of Queensland, Australia.
ExFile Consortium development of ePortfolios: meeting of minds or parting of ways?
David A. Ross, Elizabeth Boyle and Gerard Graham, University of Paisley, UK
ExFile 0–60 in(what seems like)seconds: A year of ePortfolios at the University of Wolverhampton
Shane Sutherland: University of Wolverhampton, UK.
ExFile ePortfolio as a tool for assessment of competences
Mette Luplau Schnefeld and Hanne Toft, Centre for higher Education South Jutland/Business College South, Denmark.
ExFile Planning and implementing an institutional student development programme in PDP and ePortfolios
Alyson Barrie, James Watt College of Further and Higher Education. Elizabeth Boyle, and Gerard Graham, University of Paisley, UK.
ExFile Aiming for ultra-scalable ePortfolio distribution using peer-to-peer networks
David Johnson, Ismail M. Bhana, ACET Centre, The University of Reading, UK.
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