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Hosted by Dublin City University, and facilitated by AAEEBL (the Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning) and the Centre fro Recording Achievement in the U.K.

A collaborative international seminar

Dublin City University, Wednesday 23rd - Friday 25th May 2018.

This intentionally global Seminar, the second organised by the Centre for Recording Achievement (UK) and the Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning (USA), will take place in the wonderful setting of the capital of the Republic of Ireland. Hosted by Dublin City University, our second collaborative international seminar will focus upon the contributions eportfolio technologies can bring to the wider learning and development landscape.

The seminar will provide a blended format, a purposeful mix of whole event working within a colloquium setting and conventional workshops and seminars grouped by themes. We will particularly emphasise the relationship of eportfolios and related technologies to:

• learning: the management of learning by institutions; support for increasing the agency of individuals in their roles as learners; the connections to systems and strategies which support such approaches to learning, and the development of ‘digital capability’ by staff and students;

• formal and informal contexts for learning: support for learning and progression in both formal educational environments and within workplace and community settings, for example as part of Degree Apprenticeships in the UK and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) provision in employment;

• presentation: the presentation of learning outcomes, not only by enabling individuals to present holistic accounts of their own development based upon clearly constructed narratives to support claims for employability, but also in connecting to digital credentials related to curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular learning;

• mobility and internationalisation: including working with distributed/distance learners and supporting social and geographical mobility, specifically by enabling digital student data portability as envisaged by the signatories to the Groningen Declaration, amongst others.

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