Curate, credential and carry forward digital learning evidence
This project will network and advise Australian higher education providers how to (1) deploy tools that enable all students to curate rich evidence of learning; (2) credential learning outcomes using digital badging; and (3) explore and disseminate pathways, alliances and business models to remain competitive in a disrupted environment.
This future focused project researches, educates and advises Australian HEPs—through networks, resources, courses and forums—to (1) design courses where students, including those without broadband connectivity, curate rich digital evidence and carry it forward; (2) micro-credential outcomes using digital badging; and (3) explore educational pathways and business models to enable lifelong learning for students.
Welcome to the Assuring Graduate Capabilities International Symposium "on the couch" conversations with our Symposium experts. The Symposium was a six-week event in Melbourne in 2013.
Professor Joy Higgs, Director, The Education For Practice Institute, Charles Sturt University and Dr Gary Brown, Academic Director, Association of Authentic, Experiential and Evidence Based Learning (AAEEBL) discuss
Dr Helen Chen, Director of ePortfolio Initiatives and Researcher, Stanford University reflects on
Mary Catherine Lennon, Senior Research Analyst at Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario discusses
Professor David Boud, Professor of Adult Education, University of Technology, Sydney asks
Professor Mantz Yorke, Visiting Professor, Department of Educational Research, Lancaster University and Jon Yorke, Director Assessment & Quality Learning, Curtin University consider
Rob Ward, Director of the Centre for Recording Achievement (CRA), UK explores
Associate Professor David Gibson, Director Learning Engagement, Curtin University and Associate Professsor Kay Souter, Deakin University discuss
Carla Casilli, Director, Badge System Design and Implementation, Mozilla considers
We find that the way people talk about graduate attributes depends on what they are studying, teaching, or working on. For example, problem solving in biology might be quite different than in international relations. We also find that the way…Continue
Thanks Helen Chen for your presentation on ePortfolios yesterday afternoon. I've always liked the idea of (e)Portfolios because of its ability to support authentic learning and assessment practices - but haven't had great opportunity to…Continue
I have just signed up for the forthcoming OpenBadges MOOC that starts next Mon. Sept. 9: see badges.coursesites.com
Apart from the subject matter, its a slick signup process and worth a look.