Portland State University 2017

Recording

Creating a meta portfolio collaboratively

New Zealand

Leanne Ngo

United States of America

Patsie Polly

Australia

Kristina Hoeppner

Kelly Delaney-Klinger

Julie Ambrose

Deakin University

University of New South Wales

Catalyst

University of Wisconsin Whitewater

Lehigh Carbon Community College & Bloomsburg University

AAEEBL Annual Conference // Portland, OR // 25 July 2017

Field Guide Chapter 8

Transition to career and career development

The project team: Julie

Farthest team member:
Leanne - 10,250 miles southwest
 

Position:
Career Portfolio Specialist & Instructor
 

Important in project:
Collegiality and collaboration

Main interest: Personal-professional growth
Strengths: Career advisor and employer perspective

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The project team: Kelly

Closest team member:
Julie - 754 miles east
 

Position:
Associate Prof. of Management & Coordinator of the Human Resource Management major
 

Important in project:
Integrative and personal
growth

Main interest: Documenting career competencies
Strengths: Knowledge of HR Management practices

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The project team: Kristina

Team member furthest south:
41° South
 

Position:
Mahara Project Lead
 

Important in project:
Diversity and organization

Main interest: Improving student experience
Strengths: Keep on top of deadlines and progress

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The project team: Patsie

Closest team member:
Leanne - 550 miles south-west
 

Position:
Associate Prof. in Pathology & Teaching Fellow, Faculty of Medicine
 

Important in project:
Teamwork and seamless

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Main interest: Professional skills building for science students
Strengths: Developing authentic assessment to evaluate curricular and co-curricular skills

The project team: Leanne

Hours ahead of furthest team member:
14-16
 

Position:
Learning Innovations Team Lead and Deputy Course Director of the Bachelor of Commerce, Faculty of Business and Law
 

Important in project:
Authentic and enriching

Main interest: Preparing graduates for careers of the future
Strengths: Harness emerging technologies to facilitate innovative, borderless, and personalized education

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Collaboration

Permission to play

Our portfolio

Strengths

Co-creating content

Tools

Communication

Organization

Authoring

Presentation

Trello

Email

Hangouts

Google Docs

Google Calendar

Mahara

Zotero

Illustrator

Doodle

Google Drive

LO Writer

MS Word

Google Docs

Activity

Meetings

Support

Practice what we preach

Wider network

Reflecting on the project

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Julie

Kelly

Kristina

Patsie

Leanne

Externals

Portland State University 2017

Creating a meta portfolio collaboratively

By Kristina Hoeppner

Creating a meta portfolio collaboratively

Ignite presentation by Julie Ambrose, Kelly Delaney-Klinger, Kristina Hoeppner, Leanne Ngo and Patsie Polly at the AAEEBL Annual Conference in Portland, OR, on 25 July 2017. Recording: https://youtu.be/dHk54D-cAHI License: Creative Commons BY-SA 4.0.

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