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An overview of use - QUT

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Case study Home Page An overview of use The implementation journey


Table 1: Exemplars of e-portfolio use (White= no evidence found, green = developing practice, blue = effective practice).


Select the links to the exemplars 


Intra course - localised use

Inter/ whole course –> cross dept/ school/faculty use

Cross institution


Within course use supporting transition -

Developing a Professional Identity

Exemplar 1


Professional Development in the School of Business

Exemplar 2


Virtual Work Placements in the Faculty of Law

Exemplar 3


Supporting Clinical Placements in Nursing

Exemplar 4

Whole course use -

Meeting the Professional Teaching Standards

Exemplar 5


Masters of Social Work

Exemplar 6

The QUT Student ePortfolio is available to all QUT students, alumni and staff. The QUT Mentor Program is available to all students and is supported by the Student ePortfolio.

Transition: The Business Advantage  

Exemplar 7


Continuing professional development for staff:

Professional Staff ePortfolio  
Exemplar 8


Table 1 provides an overview of implementation and links to examplars of effective e-portfolio use. Effective use was judged using the ePI framework.


Exemplar 1 - Developing a professional awareness during the first year at QUT - The Student ePortfolio supports students in exploring their chosen professions and beginning to develop their professional identities during the first year at QUT. Students undertake a range of tasks in their ePortfolios in several core units in Law, Psychology and Information Technology. The ePortfolio tasks are assessed and provide a basis for further ePortfolio engagement which will differ for different students depending on the area of study.


Exemplar 2 - Professional Development in the School of Business - Students undertaking the Human Resources unit, MGB370, in the final year of the Bachelor of Business, use ePortfolio to carry out major assessment tasks in the unit and also to develop an effective career ePortfolio for employment or career progression.


Exemplar 3 - Virtual Work Placements in the Faculty of Law - Students use ePortfolio to reflect on their experiences during a Virtual Work Placement. The ePortfolio reflections are assessed both formatively and summatively.


Exemplar 4 - Supporting Clinical Placements in Nursing - 3rd year undergraduate Nursing students and Postgraduate Nurse practitioners engage in reflective practice using ePortfolio for assessment within clinical placement units.


Exemplar 5 - Bachelor of Education - In 2009, the Faculty of Education embedded the ePortfolio programme to support classroom placements and internships across the Bachelor of Education course. The Professional Standards for Teachers in Queensland is built into the ePortfolio tool to structure ePortfolio content.


Exemplar 6 - Masters of Social Work - Beginning in 2011, Social Work Masters students are supported, across the course, to develop their professional ePortfolios to evidence development in relation to the Australian Association of Social Workers Practice Standards which are built into the ePortfolio tool. Students undertake assessment through ePortfolio activities.


Exemplar 7 - The Business Advantage scheme is an extra-curricular program which offers 3rd year School of Business students the opportunity to enhance their employment seeking skills. Students in the program attend workshops presented by Careers and Employment and eLearning services and are supported to enhance their ePortfolios for career related purposes.


Exemplar 8 - Professional Staff ePortfolio - The Professional Staff ePortfolio (PSeP) has the same format as Student ePortfolio. Professional Staff are supported to document their skills and abilities with a view to career progression both at QUT and beyond. The QUT People Capabilities Framework is inbuilt to structure ePortfolio content.


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