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An overview of use - RMIT

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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 in the table

 

Intra course - localised use

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

Cross institutions/

enterprise use

Extra-curricular
use

 

 

e-Portfolios in Engineering - Work Integrated Learning: Vacation employment

Exemplar of use 1 - RMIT

 

e-Portfolios in Engineering - Introducing Graduate Attributes in 1st year

Exemplar of use 2 - RMIT

 

e-Portfolios in Textile Design - Graduate attributes in year 2 & 3

Exemplars of use 5 - RMIT

 

 

Work Integrated Learning in Laboratory Medicine

 

This example explores the use of e-portfolios between RMIT and external workplaces. While this is not strictly cross institution, it does showcase supervision of students in external locations

 

Exemplar of use 3 - RMIT

 

 

Recognition of Prior Learning

Exemplar of use 4 - RMIT

 

 

 

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

 

These exemplars are indicative of the wide range of use across the University.

Exemplar 1: e-Portfolios are used to evidence a compulsory 12 week Work Integrated Learning (WIL) placement generally between 3rd and 4th years in the Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Infrastructure).

Exemplar 2: e-Portfolios have been embedded into a first year Engineering programme so that students can start to evidence Engineers Australia'a graduate attributes which can then use for professional accreditation upon graduation.

Exemplar 3: 3rd year students in Laboratory Medicine use an e-portfolio to record their compulsory 40 week, professional practice clinical placement.

Exemplar 4: A Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) process has been established using e-portfolios in the Certificate IV Financial Services (Accounting) as a result of changes in government legislation.

Exemplar 5: The Bachelor of Arts (Textile Design) have restructured their programme across second and third years and embedded e-portfolios across the programme to enhance students’ reflective practice and as a way for them to develop and communicate their creative practice. 

 

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