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Current State of E-Portfolios in Higher Education. Trent Batson, Ph.D., University of Rhode Island EDUCAUSE Live. OR: No Longer Aliens in the Land of Learning: Students with ePortfolios. THE *One* Fact. The core value, the sine-qua-non, of eportfolios: S T U D E N T O W N E R S H I P.

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    1. Current State of E-Portfolios in Higher Education Trent Batson, Ph.D., University of Rhode Island EDUCAUSE Live University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!

    2. OR: No Longer Aliens in the Land of Learning: Students with ePortfolios University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!

    3. THE *One* Fact • The core value, the sine-qua-non, of eportfolios: • S T U D E N T O W N E R S H I P University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!

    4. Certifying a Series of Silos:Segmented Learning Faculty Cafeteria Style CMS CMS CMS CMS Abe Helen Isabel Students Hand in work Rosa Josh University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!

    5. ePortfolios: Students Don’t Hand in Work Faculty ePortfolio System Kirk Lynn Guillermo Nichole Students set Permissions University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!

    6. experiential learning service Learning collaborative learning critical or reflective thinking interdisciplinary synthesis dialogue around learning dynamic assessment of learning authentic assessment student-centered learning co-curricular and non-curricular learning focus on process rather than product Online learning AND . . . Life-Long Learning ePortfolios and Learning University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!

    7. Individual reflective portfolio Advising management system Resume builder Citizen portfolio – workforce development Faculty portfolio Showcase portfolio Identity development portfolio Assessment management system (see next) Uses for ePortfolios University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!

    8. Reports Aggregations Assessment Management System Work Retained by Students David Joy Barbara Lindsay Jessica Student Portfolios University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!

    9. The ePortfolio Market The market is hot: World-wide, several dozen commercial and a hundred or more proprietary eportfolios and some open source No clear market leader although a number of vendors CLAIM to be the leader Companies are making money University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!

    10. iWebfolio – Nuventive Folio – ePortaro e-Portfolio – Chalk and Wire FolioLive – McGraw Hill WebFolio Builder – TaskStream College Live Text Connecticut Distance Learning Consortium True Outcomes Masterfile ePortfolio Manager – Concord Angel ePortfolio --Angel Learning Blackboard CMS TK-20 Open Source Portfolio 2.0 efolio -- Avenet Options (N. America) University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!

    11. Implementation Models • subscription – students buy an account on a remotely-hosted portfolio for a resume-builder or a course portfolio; university subscribes for assessment management system • subscription plus installed client on site; same model, but campus gets a local client which can run reports from the remotely-hosted data. • open source download • the code plus company sponsorship/support • the code plus the company plus the community • just the code Separating the code from the services -- unbundled • buy the license and support services – traditional software model University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!

    12. HOSTED: Nuventive Portaro* Chalk and Wire* McGraw-Hill TaskStream College LiveText * option for either LICENSED: True Outcomes Angel* Blackboard TK-20 OSP (r*smart) Avenet Hosted or Licensed University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!

    13. Which have Assessment Management Systems? • Nuventive, with Trac Dat • Chalk and Wire, with Rubric Marker • TaskStream • College LiveText • True Outcomes • OSP 2.0, r*smart [reporting tools in 2.1] • Angel [reporting tools in next release] University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!

    14. Pricing Model? • per user per year: • K-12 systems: $2 to $14 • Higher ed: $4 - $12.50 • Open Source: $.40 to $10 for services University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!

    15. Cautions • Market shake out • Should enterprise eportfolio be hosted off-campus? • Is open source as sustainable at the application level as at server level? • Demand and expectations ahead of market • No definitions; no standard eportfolio lexicon University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!

    16. Cautions, 2 • CMS: for length of course • ePort: for life (?) • In theory, then, harder to switch eportfolio than CMS. University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!

    17. Cautions, 3 • Portability: can keep student files in a university digital repository, but may lose: • comments • association with learning goal • and perhaps permissions • Check for compliance with IMS ePorfolio Specification 1.0 University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!

    18. Trends • Campuses may eventually have 2 or 3 portfolios for different purposes • Portfolios are being merged with course management systems: • OSP 2.0 (OSP and Sakai) • Angel • Tk20 • and others • Driving the market: • Assessment management systems • Citizen portfolios (workforce development) University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!

    19. Tips • Tailor eportfolio to your campus: • Small liberal arts: showcase student work; advisement management • State University: assessment management system • Community College: workforce development – use individual portfolio • Professional schools: assessment management system with standards for your field University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!

    20. Tips, 2 • Include writing, art, music, or architecture faculty – the traditional portfolio fields – on your eportfolio task force • Re-accreditation needs will drive broad implementation, but also do pilot implementation University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!

    21. Tips, 3 • It will all mean nothing if students aren’t taught how to do “folio thinking” and how to build an eportfolio. • And will succeed if faculty use the production of the eportfolio as the main project in the course University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!

    22. Tips, 4 And . . . . . • It’s all about student ownership University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!

    23. The Open Source Portfolio • www.theospi.org – the Open Source Portfolio, Mellon-funded, pre-integrated with Sakai, supported by rsmart.com, mainstream open source development in the US (and the world) University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!

    24. Open Source Support Company • http://www.rsmart.com -- rsmart also supports Sakai and is a partner in development of Kuali; this group was formerly with SCT, producers of Banner, and now called SunGard SCT. University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!

    25. ePortfolio Information Sites • http://www.educause.edu/ELI/5524 -- formerly NLII; this is ELI’s eportfolio site • http://www.eportconsortium.org/ -- for eportfolio news – a great site • http://www.ibritt.com/resources/stu_eportfolios.htm -- good place to start for those new to eportfolios University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!

    26. IT unit knowledgeable and willing Top-down statement of interest or intent Program need Settle on one or two platforms for pilots Go to bid for pilots Train new students in building portfolios Consider phases of a project over a number of years Steps University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!

    27. Coming Event • OSP and Sakai conference: December 7 – 9, 2005, Austin, TX www.theospi.org www.sakaiproject.org University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!

    28. Thankstrent@uri.edu University of Rhode Island; EDUCAUSE Live!