ePortfolio Workshop – Sustainable ePortfolio Practice: Considering Creation, Support, and Advocacy
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Deakin University is partnering with ePortfolios Australia, Griffith University and James Cook University to host a free workshop on ‘Sustainable ePortfolio Practice: Considering Creation, Support and Advocacy’.
In this dual-delivered workshop, Christine Slade (University of Queensland), Megan Mize (Old Dominion University, Virginia) and Sarah Zurhellen (Appalachian State University) will introduce participants to the ‘Principle of Labour Visibility’: in what ways are work, time, and effort invisible and unrewarded as it relates to eportfolio practitioners and creators?
By first introducing and situating the principle as critical to eportfolio projects, we intend to engage participants in a lively discussion about what constitutes work in the ePortfolio space, how they conduct and conceive of that work, how they’re recognised and/or compensated for that work, and how we, as a field, can develop and maintain ethical expectations for the labour of eportfolio practitioners and creators.
Attend online or join us at Deakin Downtown for our ‘satellite’ hub with colleagues from Deakin and other Victorian universities.
REGISTER: ePortfolio Workshop – Sustainable ePortfolio Practice: Considering Creation, Support, and Advocacy
Thursday 25 August 2022
9:30 am – 11:30 am AEST