Where do you live or work?

25 February 2022 in General, My Experience and/or My Views of the World, My experience in the SEAMEO- AUS EULINK

Dear friends! It has been a while since we have been in this community. I think it would be good to introduce ourselves to get to know each other a little bit better. If you don’t mind sharing where you live (and some interesting about yourselves, please do so on the map. Please use the Zoom in or Zoom out button to find other members in different parts of the world.

FYI: I provide a short description of how to do it under the map. Thanks for sharing, but please don’t share sensitive data! So excited to know you more; cheers!

How to pin where you live on the map?

Below are the eight steps to adding your location to the map. Please be mindful of the information you share (you should not share sensitive data).

  • Step 1 Click on the plus sign on the on the top right corner.

Step 2: Add the title (it can be your name or anything you like)

Step 3: Enter and pin the address

Step 4: Enter the address the way you want it to be read

Step 5: Tell us a bit about the place or yourself.

Step 6: You may add the image

Step 7: You may add music

Step 8: Click the “Submit location for Review” button. And you are done!

If you encounter any issues or have concerns, please comment below.

Webinar 4: Eportfolios for Professional Development

11 February 2022 in Announcement, Pedagogical approach

Date: Wednesday 6 April 2022

Time: 16.00 -17.30 hrs. (Bangkok time) or 19.00-20.30 hrs. (Brisbane time)/ Please check the time in your location here.

Presenters: Professor Christine Brown Wilson and Associate Professor Christine Slade

Organizers: Dr Nantana Taptamat and Dr Siti Muflichah

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Abstract

In this last workshop of the webinar series, A/Professor Christine Slade and Professor Christine Brown Wilson will provide an overview of how we could make use of ePortfolios for professional development.  This workshop aims to provoke ideas of applying ePortfolios principles to support professional growth.

Presenters

Professor Christine Brown Wilson is a senior academic at the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Queen’s University Belfast and holds an Honorary Professorial position at the  University of Queensland.  Christine has extensive experience in teaching and learning in the UK, Singapore and Australia and is passionate about translating research into practice. Christine is currently working with teams in Australia, UK and Asia using codesign methods to develop effective digital learning resources for learners in higher education and community environments.  

As a Registered Nurse, Christine worked with older people, including those with dementia, in the independent and statutory sectors in health and social care. As a nurse academic, she has developed a relationship-based approach to care model that promotes both person-centred and relationship-centred care using a biographical approach to care planning. Christine has authored two books based on this model, one focusing on older people and the second using an organisational approach for dementia care. This model acknowledges the contribution older people and their families make in caring environments and supports staff in the application of practical strategies. Christine has worked with companies and health care organisations in the UK, Singapore and Australia in developing person-centred services.

See https://pure.qub.ac.uk/en/persons/christine-brown-wilson for more information and publication history.

Associate Professor Christine Slade is an academic in the Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation at the University of Queensland, Australia, with leadership responsibilities in assessment. Christine is a member of the North American Association of Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-based Learning (AAEEBL) Task Force on Digital Ethics and ePortfolios. 

Recently, she was also a co-investigator in a multi-university research project examining digital ethics for students in using secondary data from their ePortfolios. Christine is an active advisor for ePortfolio implementation, focusing on pedagogical outcomes for students and practical research outcomes.

See https://researchers.uq.edu.au/researcher/14189  for more information and publication history.

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If you would like to be in touch or have questions, please submit your comment below.

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Webinar 3: Eporfolios and Authentic Assessment

11 February 2022 in Announcement, Pedagogical approach, Technology enhanced learning

Date: Tuesday 22 March 2022

Time: 10.00 -11.30 hrs. (Bangkok time) or 13.00-14.30 hrs. (Brisbane time)/ Please check the time in your location here.

Presenters: Associate Professor Christine Slade and Shari Bowker

Organizers: Dr Nantana Taptamat and Dr Siti Muflichah

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Abstract

In the third workshop of the webinar series, A/Professor Christine Slade and Shari Bowler will provide an overview of how ePortfolios can be used to support authentic assessment and ways to enhance student learning.  This workshop aims to create a collaboratively developed resource about how you can incorporate authentic assessment opportunities in your own teaching.

Presenters

Associate Professor Christine Slade is an academic in the Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation at the University of Queensland, Australia, with leadership responsibilities in assessment. Christine is a member of the North American Association of Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-based Learning (AAEEBL) Task Force on Digital Ethics and ePortfolios. 

Recently, she was also a co-investigator in a multi-university research project examining digital ethics for students in using secondary data from their ePortfolios. Christine is an active advisor for ePortfolio implementation, focusing on pedagogical outcomes for students and practical research outcomes.

See https://researchers.uq.edu.au/researcher/14189  for more information and publication history.

Shari is an experienced teacher who began working at The University of Queensland in 2011. Shari joined ITaLI in 2019 from the Office of Medical Education in the Faculty of Medicine.

Shari’s focus on portfolio pedagogies fosters assessment designs for student-driven learning and feedback uptake to encourage the development of reflective, self-regulated learners. She partners with colleagues within ITaLI and Faculties to map out the pedagogical purposes of using ePortfolios to capture students’ educational journeys and professional identity development.  Her student-staff partnerships facilitate collaborative learning of how ePortfolios support digital identities and employability awareness from the student’s point of view.

See https://itali.uq.edu.au/profile/2641/shari-bowker  for more information.

Click to register

If you would like to be in touch or have questions, please submit your comment below.

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Webinar 2: Ethic consideration of using/developing ePortfolios

10 February 2022 in Announcement, Pedagogical approach

Date: Monday 7 March 2022

Time: 16.00 -17.30 hrs. (Bangkok time) or 19.00-20.30 hrs. (Brisbane time)

Presenters: Associate Professor Christine Slade and Professor Christine Brown Wilson

Organizer: Dr Nantana Taptamat

Recording

Timestamps

0:00 – Welcome
3:14 – Plan and Introduction
6:51 – Digital Maturity
28:51 – eProfessionalism
32:06 – Annotation Activities (Ethical Challenges Online)
47:31 – Scenario 1 Analysis
53:23 – Scenario 2 Analysis
57:19 – Scenario 3 Analysis
1:01:20 – Scenario 4 Analysis
1:04:48– Questions & Answers
1:11:10 – Wrap Up- Resources

Abstract

In this workshop of the webinar series, A/Professor Christine Slade and Professor Christine Brown Wilson presented ethical issues we should think about when using or developing ePortfolios.  This workshop raised awareness around good practice around ethics/ integrity inePortfolios.

Please do not reuse the material without the permission from the authors (Associate Professor Christine Slade and Professor Christine Brown Wilson)

Reference list

Brown Wilson, C., Slade, C., Kirby, M.M., Downer, T., Fisher, M.B. & Nuessler, S.  (2018). Digital Ethics and the Use of ePortfolio: A Scoping Review of the Literature, International Journal of ePortfolio, 8(2), 115-126. Available https://www.theijep.com/pdf/IJEP306.pdf

Slade, C., Brown Wilson, C., Kirby, M., Downer, T., Fisher, M. & Isbel, S. (2018). A New Concern: Ethical Decision Making in Students’ Secondary Use of Data from their ePortfolios. ePortfolios Australia ePortfolio Forum eBook of short papers, 71-76. Available: https://eportfoliosaustralia.files.wordpress.com/2018/10/2018-eportfolio-forum-ebook-of-short-papers-071018.pdf

Cicchino, A., Haskins, M., Gresham, M., Kelly, K., Slade, C., & Zurhellen, S. (2021). Digital Ethics in ePortfolios: Developing Principles, Strategies, and Scenarios, International Journal of ePortfolio, 11(1), 67-82. Available https://www.theijep.com/pdf/IJEP361.pdf

Slade, C., Brown Wilson, C., Kirby, M. M., Downer, T., Fisher, M., & Isbel, S. (2018). A new concern: Ethical decision making in students’ secondary use of data from their ePortfolios. In 2018 ePortfolio forum eBook of short papers (pp. 70-76). ePortfolios Australia. https://eportfoliosaustralia.files.wordpress.com/2018/10 /2018-eportfolio-forum-ebook-of-short-papers071018.pdf

Slade, C, & Brown Wilson, C. (2020). The Digital Student: Using an ePortfolio as a digital maturity pedagogy to successfully engage online. In ePortfolios Australia, 2020 Eportfolio Forum Online, eBook of Shortened Peer Reviewed Papers, pp.21-25. Available: https://eportfoliosaustralia.files.wordpress.com/2020/10/2020-eportfolio-forum-online-ebook-of-shortened-peer-reviewed-papers-271020.pdf

Slade, C., & Cicchino, A. (2021). A continuing consideration of digital ethics in ePortfolios: Expanding AAEEBL’s Digital Ethics Principles in ePortfolios resource. Shortened Peer-Reviewed Paper in 2021 ePortfolio Forum Online Conference Proceedings (pp. 2-6). Available: https://www.dropbox.com/s/hhhvh7yzrt6at8p/2021%20Eportfolio%20Forum%20Online%20-%20eBook%20of%20Shortened%20Peer%20Reviewed%20Papers%20191020.pdf?dl=0

eProfessionalism, Digital Essential module, The University of Queensland Library. Available: https://web.library.uq.edu.au/research-tools-techniques/digital-essentials/eprofessionalism

AAEEBL Digital Ethics Principles V.2: Version 2: Welcome to the Digital Ethics Principles. Available: https://scalar.usc.edu/works/aaeebl-digital-ethics-principles-v2/index

Presenters

Associate Professor Christine Slade is an academic in the Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation at the University of Queensland, Australia, with leadership responsibilities in assessment. Christine is a member of the North American Association of Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-based Learning (AAEEBL) Task Force on Digital Ethics and ePortfolios. 

Recently, she was also a co-investigator in a multi-university research project examining digital ethics for students in using secondary data from their ePortfolios. Christine is an active advisor for ePortfolio implementation, focusing on pedagogical outcomes for students and practical research outcomes.

See https://researchers.uq.edu.au/researcher/14189  for more information and publication history.

Professor Christine Brown Wilson is a senior academic at the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Queen’s University Belfast and holds an Honorary Professorial position at the  University of Queensland.  Christine has extensive experience in teaching and learning in the UK, Singapore and Australia and is passionate about translating research into practice. Christine is currently working with teams in Australia, UK and Asia using co-design methods to develop effective digital learning resources for learners in higher education and community environments.  

As a Registered Nurse, Christine worked with older people, including those with dementia, in the independent and statutory sectors in health and social care. As a nurse academic, she has developed a relationship-based approach to care model that promotes both person-centred and relationship-centred care using a biographical approach to care planning. Christine has authored two books based on this model, one focusing on older people and the second using an organisational approach for dementia care. This model acknowledges the contribution older people and their families make in caring environments and supports staff in the application of practical strategies. Christine has worked with companies and health care organisations in the UK, Singapore and Australia in developing person-centred services.

See https://pure.qub.ac.uk/en/persons/christine-brown-wilson for more information and publication history.

If you would like to be in touch or have any questions, please submit your comment below.

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SEAMEO-AUS EduLink Webinar Series on ePortfolios in Education

10 February 2022 in Announcement, Pedagogical approach

We are pleased to announce that we have just completed all workshops in a SEAMEO- AUS EduLink Webinar Series on ePortfolios in Education. This programme was supported by The Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO). There are four workshops in this series:

  1. How we use feedback in ePortfolio (24 February 2022)
  2. Ethical considerations in ePortfolios (7 March 2022)
  3. Eportfolios and authentic assessment (22 March 2022)
  4. Eportfolios for professional development

The recordings of all webinars are provided on this page. Please scroll down to watch them.

Meet Our Experts

Associate Professor Christine Slade is an academic in the Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation at the University of Queensland, Australia, with leadership responsibilities in assessment. Christine is a member of the North American Association of Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-based Learning (AAEEBL) Task Force on Digital Ethics and ePortfolios. 

Recently, she was also a co-investigator in a multi-university research project examining digital ethics for students in using secondary data from their ePortfolios. Christine is an active advisor for ePortfolio implementation, focusing on pedagogical outcomes for students and practical research outcomes.

See https://researchers.uq.edu.au/researcher/14189  for more information and publication history.

Shari is an experienced teacher who began working at The University of Queensland in 2011. Shari joined ITaLI in 2019 from the Office of Medical Education in the Faculty of Medicine.

Shari’s focus on portfolio pedagogies fosters assessment designs for student-driven learning and feedback uptake to encourage the development of reflective, self-regulated learners. She partners with colleagues within ITaLI and Faculties to map out the pedagogical purposes of using ePortfolios to capture students’ educational journeys and professional identity development.  Her student-staff partnerships facilitate collaborative learning of how ePortfolios support digital identities and employability awareness from the student’s point of view.

See https://itali.uq.edu.au/profile/2641/shari-bowker  for more information.

Professor Christine Brown Wilson is a senior academic at the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Queen’s University Belfast and holds an Honorary Professorial position at the  University of Queensland.  Christine has extensive experience in teaching and learning in the UK, Singapore and Australia and is passionate about translating research into practice. Christine is currently working with teams in Australia, UK and Asia using codesign methods to develop effective digital learning resources for learners in higher education and community environments.  

As a Registered Nurse, Christine worked with older people, including those with dementia, in the independent and statutory sectors in health and social care. As a nurse academic, she has developed a relationship-based approach to care model that promotes both person-centred and relationship-centred care using a biographical approach to care planning. Christine has authored two books based on this model, one focusing on older people and the second using an organisational approach for dementia care. This model acknowledges the contribution older people and their families make in caring environments and supports staff in the application of practical strategies. Christine has worked with companies and health care organisations in the UK, Singapore and Australia in developing person-centred services.

See https://pure.qub.ac.uk/en/persons/christine-brown-wilson for more information and publication history.

Meet Your Hosts

This event is organised by the SEAMEO Australia Education Link Programmed and facilitated by Dr Nantana Taptamat and Dr Siti Muflichah.

Dr Nantana Taptamat, University of Queensland
Dr Siti Muflichah, UIN Antasari Banjarmasin

Advisory Team

Dr Ethel, Ms Piyapa and Dr Chistine have provided kind support and insightful advice throughout the programme. Additionally, we are highly grateful to our guest speakers for their time and generosity to share their expertise with our members.

Webinar Recordings

Webinar 1: How We Use Feedback in ePortfolios

Webinar 1: How we use feedback in ePortfolios

Webinar 2: Ethical Consideration of Using/Developing ePortfolios

Webinar 2: Ethical consideration of using/developing ePortfolios

Webinar 3: Authentic Assessments & ePortfolios

Webinar 3: Authentic assessment & ePortfolios

Webinar 4: ePortfolios for Professional Development

Webinar 4: ePortfolios for professional development

Should you want to be in touch or have any questions, please write to us.

Also, please feel free to leave comments or questions in the comment box below. We look forward to working with you!

Webinar 1: How we use feedback in ePorfolios

10 February 2022 in General, Pedagogical approach, Technology enhanced learning

Date: Thursday 24 February 2022

Time: 10.00 -11.30 hrs. (Bangkok time) or 13.00-14.30 hrs. (Brisbane time)

Presenters: Associate Professor Christine Slade, Shari Bowker

Organizers: Dr Nantana Taptamat, Dr Siti Muflichah

Abstract

In this first workshop of the webinar series, Christine Slade and Shari Bowler will provide an overview of how ePortfolios can support feedback uptake and self-regulated learning in learners. This workshop aims to create a collaboratively developed resource about ways you can incorporate new feedback opportunities in your own teaching.

Workshop Recording

Timestamps are provided to help you navigate the content.
0:00 – Introduction
5:28 – Workshop starts
5:40 – Plan and Introduction
8:57 – Activity (Padlet Map)
12:51 – Thinking about ePortfolios
22:42 – Poll 1
29:07 – Thanking about Feedback
41:08 – Questions & Answers 1
48:09 – Practical Applications of Feedback in ePortfolios
1:04:52 – Poll 2
1:07:43 – Questions & Answers
1:19:35 – Wrap Up

Useful Links

Presenters

Associate Professor Christine Slade is an academic in the Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation at the University of Queensland, Australia, with leadership responsibilities in assessment. Christine is a member of the North American Association of Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-based Learning (AAEEBL) Task Force on Digital Ethics and ePortfolios. 

Recently, she was also a co-investigator in a multi-university research project examining digital ethics for students in using secondary data from their ePortfolios. In addition, Christine is an active advisor for ePortfolio implementation, focusing on pedagogical outcomes for students and practical research outcomes.

See https://researchers.uq.edu.au/researcher/14189  for more information and publication history.

Shari is an experienced teacher who began working at The University of Queensland in 2011. Shari joined ITaLI in 2019 from the Office of Medical Education in the Faculty of Medicine.

Shari’s focus on portfolio pedagogies fosters assessment designs for student-driven learning and feedback uptake to encourage the development of reflective, self-regulated learners. She partners with colleagues within ITaLI and Faculties to map out the pedagogical purposes of using ePortfolios to capture students’ educational journeys and professional identity development. Her student-staff partnerships facilitate collaborative learning of how ePortfolios support digital identities and employability awareness from the student’s point of view.

See https://itali.uq.edu.au/profile/2641/shari-bowker  for more information.

What our participants said about this webinar

About 26%, 45%, 23% and 5% of the participants indicated that 100%, 75%, 50% and 25% of the content was new. Additionally, 50%, 38% and 12% of those who answered the survey mentioned that they could use this session information immediately, in 2-6 months and 7-12 months, respectively.

Post survey result

Below are some selected answers to “Which elements of the event did you like the most? What did you most enjoy about today?”

  • The various forms of feedback – teacher vs. student; threshold concepts
  • The rich discussion and the fact that the presenters us a lot of literature to support their talk. I love polls and interactive activities. Thanks
  • feedback mechanism using information technology, I learned that there are many apps that we can use in our teaching; I’m planning on using one by one in my teaching.
  • I like the flow of discussion of topic, engaging on padlet, and observing the Q&A part, wherein the speakers knowledge impart thier techniques on how e portfolio works in thier school.
  • The new learnings about feedbacking particularly the different ways of doing it.

Please join the conversation by entering your comments below. Thank you for visiting us!

Acknowledgement

This webinar is part of the SEAMEO Australia Education Links Award Programme proudly supported by the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO) and the Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment.

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How to Create a Blog Post on the SEAMEO-AUS EduLink Community Website

10 December 2021 in Announcement

If you want to create any blog posts on this website, follow the steps below.

1. Go to ‘My Profile”

2. Click “Blog”

3. Hit the “New Post” tab

4. Edit the title of your blog

5. Add information to your blog body. You can add images or videos to your post by clicking on the “Add Media” icon. You also can adjust styles of texts and paragraphs, add links and many more using the menu bar in the body text box.

6. Choose the visibility of your posts (public versus private)

7. Set up feature image (your blog looks better with feature image)

8. Choose the tag you want (if you want)

9. Choose the format you like

10. When you are ready to share, click “Publish”
Smile and be happy ?

Step-by-step of how to create a blog post on the SEAMEO- AUS EduLink community
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Indonesian Food in Brisbane

8 December 2021 in Travel and lifestyle

Today I had lunch at one of the famous Indonesian restaurants named “Shalom.” This restaurant is located in St Lucia, next to my university. I really like the atmosphere of this restaurant, and the food is so delicious. I see that the chefs are Indonesian, so I guess the taste is authentic 🙂 I went there with other two friends of mine, and we ordered different dishes.

My Burmese friend had this fish, “Ikan Bakar/Goreng Woku” with rice. I had one bite of her food, and I quite liked it actually. However, I think it is a bit too sweet for me.



Another friend and I had chicken where I guessed our chicken dishes were the same. The only difference was the sauce. While my friend’s sauce was made of green chilli, mine was made of red chilli, and the tastes were different. As my friend could not eat spicy food, I ended up having both sauces–haha, bonus!

My friend dish is called “Ayam Presto Kremes Padang”, yum yum! 


I had a set of rice called, “Nasi Timbel Ayam Bakar.” I like the sour soup that came with this set, but I must say the dried fish was superb! 


We also ordered beef lung. I must say I really enjoyed all the dishes (I took a bite of each of my friend’s food). I wonder if my understanding that Ayam means chicken is correct. 

To our Indonesian out there, what is your favourite Indonesian food? Do the dishes we ordered look authentic to you?

Preferred time for collaborative writing

5 December 2021 in Announcement, General

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What time do you prefer for the meeting? (Based on time in Brisbane)
Min votes count should be 1