First CUNY Eportfolio Symposium
APRIL 12, 2013
This will not be a “conference” in the usual sense, but an active collaboration of colleagues from across CUNY. Rather than presentations, we will focus on discussion and sharing to explore the various contexts, challenges, and solutions CUNY campuses are using to approach eportfolios for teaching, learning, research and assessment.
We need to hear your voice and want to invite you to join the conversation! Space will be very limited, so if you’re interested in attending, please use this form to register for an invitation.
Barbara Walters and Joseph Ugoretz
Conference Committee Co-Chairs
Recent group activity
Tim McCormack started the forum topic Kathy Yancey and Liz Clark e-portfolio discussion Dec 6 in the group CUNY Eportfolio Symposium 1 year, 5 months ago
THE CUNY COMPOSITION AND RHETORIC COMMUNITY
AND PEARSON EDUCATION
THE MINA SHAUGHNESSY SPEAKER SERIES
J. Elizabeth Clark,
LaGuardia Community College, CUNY
Kathleen Blake […]
Hi Carina, I do understand and know the limitations of the building. After all, it’s my own home campus!
What we did last year and what we could do again is to limit attendance to 72 people total. We just […]
Sorry let me clarify my response. I don’t mean this event to be like the IT Conference. I just find the rooms at that building very small. The break out session rooms were not spacious and for one session people […]
I’m sorry I could not participate in the ePortfolio Symposium planning meeting yesterday. However, I want to strongly agree with Joe’s post. One massive IT Conf. per year is plenty! The Symposium last year was […]
I think these are valid concerns but we are somewhat constrained by the availability of spaces and dates. I think we also found last year that a “quality not quantity” approach gave us a very productive […]
April 2nd is a weekday and may not bring a lot of people to the conference. Also I have been to Macualay Building multiple times for a conference and the place seems so small.The ePortfolio Symposium would be […]
CUNY Eportfolio Symposium 2014
November 25, 2013 Meeting
AGENDA AND BRIEF NOTES
PLEASE JOIN THE CAT EPORTFOLIO SUBCOMMITTEE. MEETING NOTES WILL BE POSTED THERE IN THE FUTURE. THANK YOU AND HAPPY […]
Please contact me if you are interested in working on the 2014 CUNY Eportfolio Symposium. Our choice of dates is limited because of Spring Break. I am tentatively suggesting April 4. Please check calendars on […]
Hello to friends and colleagues!
The Conference website now has more complete information about:
• Monday’s Pre-Conference Workshops. If you have already registered, this year you can “revisit your […]
If you haven’t yet registered for the AAEEBL Conference, here’s a link to the Monday workshops. Look forward to seeing you there.
Alyson Vogel started the forum topic 2013 Bronx CUNY EdTechShowcase at Lehman College this Friday May 3 in the group CUNY Eportfolio Symposium 2 years, 1 month ago
Excuse the cross posting…
Registration for our 2013 Bronx CUNY EdTechShowcase is now ongoing – register by Monday for free lunch. The conference is Friday May 3 at Lehman College!
Join us for a very special […]
Barbara R. Walters started the forum topic 2013 ACHE Northeast Metropolitan Spring Conference in the group CUNY Eportfolio Symposium 2 years, 1 month ago
2013 ACHE Northeast Metropolitan Spring Conference
Distance Education, Access, Quality, Opportunities and Cautions
June 14, 2013
8:45 am to 4:00 pm
Stony Brook University Manhattan Campus
387 Park Avenue […]
From Trent and Judy Batson:
Spring greetings to friends and colleagues!
Great news: You can now register for the AAEEBL 2013 Annual ePortfolio Conference. We know many of you have been waiting for this site […]
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The new issue of the International Journal of ePortfolio (IJeP), a double-blind, peer-reviewed, open access journal, is now available online at
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