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PebblePad implementation: You DO need to walk before you can run. 9 June 2010 Dr Marg Faulkner . Acknowledgments and Contacts. Thanks to UniSA staff and students for sharing their experiences: Law Program: Contact Professor Vicki Waye Lori Kambitsis , Sue Milne

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Pebblepad implementation you do need to walk before you can run

PebblePad implementation: You DO need to walk before you can run

9 June 2010

Dr Marg Faulkner


Acknowledgments and contacts

Acknowledgments and Contacts

Thanks to UniSA staff and students for sharing their experiences:

Law Program: Contact Professor Vicki Waye

Lori Kambitsis, Sue Milne

Waye, Vicki and Faulkner, Margaret, forthcoming, 'Embedding e-Portfolios in a Law Program: Lessons From An Australian Law School, Journal of Legal Education

Engineering Program: Contact Associate Professor Mahfuz Aziz,

Associate Professor John Fielkeor Liz Smith

Smith E.J. “Online Assessment is not always quick and easy” forthcoming, EE2010, Aston University, 6-8 July 2010,

Fielke, J., and Quinn D. “Supporting self-assessment using e-portfolios” AAEE, Adelaide, Australia, 6-9 December 2009

Smith E.J., Mills J.E. “E-portfolios and first year students – do we assume too much?", AAEE, Adelaide, Australia, 6-9 December 2009

Natural and Built Environments: Contact Dr Ian Clark,

Dr Delene Weber, David Bruce, Dr Don Cameron

Occupational Health & Safety: Contact Sue Gilbert-Hunt

Angela Berndt and Shelley Wright

Medical Radiation 2010: Contact Eileen Giles or Denise Ogilvie

Midwifery Program: Contact Beth Grinteror Dr Kate Andre (Nursing & Midwifery)

Professor Jan Pincombe for initial project into ePortfolios using in-house tool

Pincombe J, McKellar J. (2009) ePortfolio in midwifery education: The way of the future Submitted to

ACM National Conference Midwives and Women-A Brilliant Blend held in Adelaide 22-25 September 2009

Education Program: Contact Briony Carter, Assoc Professor Michele Simons and Careers Team: Tony McAvaney

Global Experience: Contact Dr Tracey Bretag

Learning & Teaching Unit, thanks for supporting staff: Academic Development: Contact Associate Professor Gavin Sanderson, Dr Christian Voigt, Dr Diana Quinn, Dr David Birbeck, Dr Dale Wache & Dr Stuart Dinmore

Online Adviser Support: Hayley Timms – Contact Team Leader Wayne Pedder


University of south australia

University of South Australia

  • South Australia

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Pebblepad implementation you do need to walk before you can run

University of South Australia-36,000 students Multiple campusTrials 2008-2010Business; Education, Arts & Social Sciences; Health Sciences Information Technology; Engineering and the Environment.


T l framework

T&L Framework

In 2007 our new Framework featured:

  • 7 Graduate Qualities remain central

  • Experiential Learning opportunities

    • Teaching-Research Nexus

    • Practice Based Learning

    • Service Learning

      Investment into T&L

  • STEP 2010 and learnonlinesystem


Learn online

learnonline


2 nd transcript

UniSA Transcript2 of graduate qualities

PebblePad next generation

Compliments the new Australian Higher Education Graduation Statement (Australian European Diploma Statement)

2nd Transcript


Multiple eportfolios

Multiple ePortfolios

Diagram from UniSA Law e-Portfolio Project


Community of practice

Community of Practice

  • Queensland University of Technology (QUT)

  • AeP 2008 and 2009

  • Flinders University

  • RMIT University


2009 projects expanded

2009 Projects Expanded

  • Engineering (across all schools embedded into the common first year undergraduate program and pilots with third year and postgraduate students)

  • Natural and Built Environments (reflection with Postgraduate students)

  • Health Sciences (fourth year year Occupational Therapy undergraduates)

  • Education (professional placement undergraduate students)

  • Nursing and Midwifery (third year Midwifery undergraduates)

  • Global Experience students (elective course across many programs)


Issues faced

Issues Faced

  • Political: DVC Academic champion left

    • Trial mode, strategy group formed

  • Technical: 2009 moved to UniSA Server

    • Integrated with Directory

    • Increased from 150 to 2000 licences

      • 250 Engineering students submitted 5mb avg files

      • 67% elected to use PP despite issues for next course submission


Learning culture at unisa

Learning Culture at UniSA

  • Portfolio approach new

  • Pedagogy may not go as planned

    • Some students ignore formative only assessment

    • Many left submission until the last minute (increasing stress on system)

      It will take time to appreciate


Evaluation findings

Evaluation Findings

  • June 2009 surveys and interviews to evaluate ePortfolio implementation

  • Survey tool developed with RMIT University

  • Independent interviews funded from Law project – 15 in-depth interviews supplemented Law survey data collection

  • For many it was not a positive experience


Teaching culture at unisa

Teaching Culture at UniSA

  • Change requires commitment from all stakeholders

    • Pilots continue despite uncertainty of PP to continue at UniSA

    • Full scale implementation requires certainty

      • Program approach ideal but not all staff confident or sold on the benefits

      • Staff desire full integration of program, efficient feedback and administration of ePortfolio systems


Evaluation findings1

Evaluation Findings

  • ePortfolios seen as assessment task rather than a tool for developing & recording graduate qualities

  • Students sceptical about employer acceptance

  • More supporting material required to assist students learn how to use Pebblepad

  • Greater learning time devoted to development of reflective skills


2010 projects

2010 projects

  • Despite the mixed evaluation all but one project continued in 2010

  • Changes made to how Law students were introduced to ePortfolios

    • Data currently being analysed but some hostility remains to the tool and tasks set


Developmental nature

Developmental Nature

  • Our experiences confirm the developmental nature of understanding ePortfolio concepts for all stakeholders as indicated by the review of UK experiences

    (Joyes, Gray & Hartnell-Young 2009).


Mapping integration

Mapping & Integration

ePortfolios enable integration to aid ‘becoming a ....’


Future challenges

Future Challenges

  • To determine the best approach for developing self-reflection, independent thinking and lifelong learning

  • To discover how we can increase awareness of support resources when required by students

  • To discover the best approach to gain industry support for the use of e-Portfolios by students?


Wishlist

Wishlist

  • Commitment

    (institutional, program staff, students and industry)

  • System Integration

    (to simplify technical skills required and increase efficiency)

  • Communities of Practice

    for staff and learners

    (institutional, discipline/program, profession)


Questions discussion

Questions/Discussion

Are our challenges similar to yours?

Have you achieved our wishlist?

Is programme wide implementation the best approach?

How do we implement and bring everyone along with us?


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