Europortfolio a key partner in International Research and Evaluation Seminar


With colleagues from the USA and Australia, members of Europortfolio provided global leadership to the international seminar on the theme of  ‘Researching and Evaluating Recording Achievement, Personal Development Planning and e-Portfolio’ held in Plymouth, UK on the 16th and 17th April 2015.  Igor Balaban, Europortfolio co-ordinator, contributed to the introductory plenary session entitled The global e-portfolio research forum:  joining the dots and identifying the gaps,’ and Europortfolio members contributed to several symposia sessions and research reports, including:


Eportfolio practices. Janet Strivens, the Centre for Recording Achievement /University of Liverpool, UK.


Why doesn’t everyone have an ePortfolio?  Serge Ravet, Europortfolio Project Partner; ADPIOS, France, Igor Balaban, Europortfolio co-ordinator, University of Zagreb and other members of Europortfolio.


Technology and employability: Bernard Ertl & Sylvia Grossgasteiger, Danube University Krems, Austria:   Game-Based Learning to support employability – Supporting Girls’ Career Choices in the field of ICT and Entrepreneurship.


Researching our Practice: Barbara Cambridge and Kathi Yancey, Co-Directors, Inter/National Coalition for Electronic Portfolio Research, USA: A Collaborative Research Design: the Inter/National Coalition for e-portfolio Research.


Members of the Europortfolio community and other Portal visitors are able to access the full range of seminar contributions at http://tinyurl.com/m2aj33j