Monday, 1 October 2012

Fwd: Manchester Workshop - How can e-Portfolios Support 21st Century Learning?

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Subject: Manchester Workshop - How can e-Portfolios Support 21st Century Learning?
Date: Mon, 1 Oct 2012 11:14:43 +0100
From: JISC Netskills <netskills-admin@NETSKILLS.AC.UK>
Reply-To: JISC Netskills <netskills-admin@NETSKILLS.AC.UK>

How can e-Portfolios Support 21st Century Learning?  10:00 - 16:30 Thursday 25th October, 2012  (registration from 09:30)    Sackville Building, University of Manchester, places are £50, Book Now:     LIMITED PLACES STILL AVAILABLE    e-Portfolios are not a new concept. In various guises, digital presentations of skills and competences, online records of achievement, and action plans with opportunities for reflection have been in use in education for nearly a decade. So what is new about e-portfolios?    This workshop will explore what we mean by e-portfolios and how e-portfolios can support 21st century learning. Drawing on the work of JISC-funded projects and other significant e-portfolio developments, it will provide a snapshot of learning enhanced by e-portfolios in higher, further and continuing education.    The keynote speaker is Lisa Gray, e-Learning Programme Manager at JISC.  Guest presenters include:   - Duncan Gillespie (Dumfries and Galloway College),   - Alan Moffatt (Cumbernauld College)  - Elizabeth Barnes (University of Manchester)    Who should attend?  This workshop is for those who use, or support others use of, e-portfolios: practitioners and managers in higher and further education; staff developers; those involved in initial teacher training; and in the management and implementation of PDP, CPD and lifelong learning.      Chris Thomson  Consultant Trainer  JISC Netskills  t: 0191 222 5000  w:    Send the following command to subscribe/unsubscribe LISTNAME FIRSTNAME LASTNAME   or  Go to the homepage of LISTNAME. Enter 'Join or leave list (or change settings)' and enter your details to join, or press the delete button.  


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