Digital ethics and portfolios

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Kristina Hoeppner (Catalyst) // @anitsirk // ACEN webinar // 30 July 2020

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Folio thinking

... is a process of engaging in the collection, organization, reflection and connection that leads to a person’s ability to speak intelligently and concisely (i.e. tell stories) about one’s learning experiences, what they mean and their value, and how the experiences relate one to each other.

Folio thinking

... is a process of engaging in the collection, organization, reflection and connection that leads to a person’s ability to speak intelligently and concisely (i.e. tell stories) about one’s learning experiences, what they mean and their value, and how the experiences relate one to each other.

Portfolio activities: 5Cs

Create

Collect

Curate

Converse

Connect

Digital ethics

Digital ethics task force

Principle

Summary

Abstract

Strategies

Scenarios

Resources

Principles in action

8: Cross-platform compatibility

6: Privacy

7: Content storage

Student: access

Institution: storage location

10: Consent for data usage

Institution decides on terms and conditions

Data is not locked in and can be exported

Respects GDPR

No tracking unless you want it

9: Accessibility

Keyboard accessible

Appropriate contrast in built-in themes

Support for metadata

Working towards WCAG 2.1

4: Respect author rights and re-use permissions

Sense making

Digital ethics and portfolios

By Kristina Hoeppner

Digital ethics and portfolios

Presentation by Kristina Hoeppner (Catalyst) at the ACEN webinar on 30 July 2020. Recording at https://youtu.be/L6FWYnHry5E

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