During this session, 7 different E-Portfolio systems/models were stationed in the various break-out rooms. Users of the systems (either a student or faculty member), demonstrated their projects/tools and answered questions for participants at 15-20 minute intervals. Attendees were able to move from station to station while working on refining the matrix for evaluating e-portfolio systems (discussed earlier in the day) as they reviewed three-four systems each.
The following systems were demonstrated:
1) Carnegie Knowledge Media LabCarnegie Foundation of the Advancement of Teaching http://www.carnegiefoundation.org/KML/Toru Iiyoshi, Senior Scholar/Co-Director, KML [email protected] Daniel Bernstein, Director Center for Teaching Excellence, University of Kansas
4) Epsilen PortfoliosCyberLab, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) http://epsilen.com Ali Jafari, Director of CyberLab and Professor of Engineering and Technology, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) [email protected]
5) Learning Record Online (LRO) ProjectThe Computer Writing and Research Lab at the University of Texas at Austin http://lro.cwrl.utexas.edu Darren Cambridge, Lead Architect and Co-Director [email protected]
6) MnSCU e-FolioMinnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU)/ Avenet, Inc. http://www.efoliomn.com/Gary Langer, Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Programs Barbara Rogers Bridges, PhD Bemidji State University, Professor [email protected]
7) Stanford Center for Innovations in Learning - E-FolioStanford Center for Innovations in Learning http://scil.stanford.edu/research/efoliosHelen L. Chen, Research [email protected] Mazow, Learning [email protected] Navarro
Key Theme: Electronic Portfolios