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Third PanAmerican ePortfolio Working Forum - Vancouver 2006

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All the participants are there to learn, share, form networks and make plans together. We use a "one room" format, with no break-out sessions, so that all the participants see the Big Picture – where their application of the ePortfolio fits into LIfIA’s vision of "an ePortfolio for everyone" and "one ePortfolio for life!" We set aside time for networking and talking directly to the presenters over lunch. You shouldn’t miss this opportunity.

 

WhatConference ePortfolio
When06-04-2006 09:00 to
08-04-2006 18:00
WhereVancouver, Canada

You shouldn't miss the terrific group of presenters. Here's a sample:

    • Tested ePortfolio Projects – Activities that Support Employment Applications
    • Creating an ePortfolio to Enhance Transition Across Education Stages
    • Career Portfolios for Adults in Transition: Starting and Using an ePortfolio
    • From Application To Graduation And Beyond! Exploring User Engagement In The ePortfolio Process!
    • The Power of "e": The Importance of Media in ePortfolios
    • Applying ePortfolio in Competency-based Learning
    • ePortfolio Tools and Digital Storytelling
    • Update on EPICC and KeyPAL: EIfEL Projects in the European Union
    • Supporting Learning Through Electronic Portfolios in Quebec
    • The Educational Platform in the Mega-Project for Public Schools in Andalucia
    • Implementing ePortfolio Systems
    • ePortfolio Impacts on School Accountability, Alternative Assessment and Student Self Esteem

Access the entire preliminary program -here

Our ePortfolio experts are coming from all across Canada and the USA, from Australia, Spain, England, France, and the Netherlands. Here’s a sample of our speakers:

    • Ali Jafari from ePortConsortium and CyberLabs – the creator of Epsilen ePortfolio Environment
    • Maureen Layte from the European Institute for eLearning – LIfIA’s partner in the European Union
    • Anne Wade and Phil Abrami from Centre for the Study of Learning and Performance at Concordia University in Montreal
    • Peter Donkers from Campus Canada
    • Sharon Hamilton and Susan Kahn (Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis, USA)
    • Wendy Harper and Sally Kift (Queensland University of Technology, Australia)

 Get the registration form - here

 

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