Lol ...... Just read the grammar errors my automated companion is
making via my iPhone......oh and I forgot to mention just how
important the mobile phone is in the construction of my portfolio
I now sleep with it.....under my pillow.
Sad I know:)
On 25 Aug, 14:27, Bronwyn Hegarty <bronwyn.hega...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all
> I am a bit slow to join the conversation but here I am now. It is an honour
> to join you. Like Carole I have a mix of portfolio components. I decided the
> easiest way to explain it was to show you by describing it on a blog
> I keep a ePortfolio composed of the blog and a wiki user
> page<http://wikieducator.org/User:Bronwynh>and prefer a more open
> portfolio. As you will see on the blog post, my
> online presence is composed of a variety of web-based tools and social
> networking sites, and I regard this Personal Learning Environment (PLE) or
> space as my portfolio.
> Off now to get more organised.....
> On Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 1:21 PM, Coach Carole <coachcarole2...@gmail.com>wrote:
> > Hi everyone, today our membership numbers reached 50 - a milestone
> > worthy of note.
> > We have members from Australia (most states), New Zealand, Germany,
> > UK, USA; we have members from Higher Ed, TAFE colleges, Community
> > centres and schools; we have teachers, leaders, learners and project
> > team members and our membership spans a wide range of 'ages and
> > stages'.
> > Now is the time to ramp up and invite more members and encourage the
> > sharing of eportfolio stories.
> > Today's story is my own about my journey into creating a professional
> > online presence - including some dabbling in eportfolios - and how
> > that presence is used for reflecting my lifelong learning. The
> > scenario spans a few years so I'll just cut to the chase - my online
> > presence is now made up of several 'collections' on the web; these are
> > contained in my blog pages, and my Mahara Eportfolio Views. Each one
> > has a specific purpose and each one can be shared, at my discretion,
> > with whom I choose. Each are branded with my digital identity - coach
> > carole.
> > My blog contains my professional pages and reflections (like a
> > personal website) - when I add a post to this Wordpress Blog, it
> > automatically sends a Tweet with a link to that article. (an important
> > aspect of share-ability)
> > My Eportfolios contain my credentials, artefacts, and think pieces -
> > when I update these (parts are scattered in different Mahara
> > locations) I can 'export' from one to the other. (an important aspect
> > of portability)
> > The drivers behind the maintenance of both of these depends on
> > circumstances, needs, and purpose; and the 'online presence'
> > fluctuates from time to time. During the development of this EpCoP
> > group the use of my blog became a much bigger driver and my
> > eportfolios have been sadly neglected - a task I will now address.
> > I am mindful of the need for us to share, clear examples and models
> > for people who wish to explore and consolidate their online presence
> > through an eportfolio approach. To explore through conversations, what
> > it means to create an online presence and to display our digital
> > identity through eportfolios - a major driver for this epcop.
> > So what's your story?
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