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Nottingham Consultation event 12 July 2005

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Thirty members of the ePortfolio community were invited to represent their CETL or DeL Regional Pilot projects at an event held in Nottingham on 12 July 2005. Peter Rees Jones and Paul Bailey presented an introduction to the JISC eFramework and the current outline diagram for the ePortfolio Reference Model. Projects were invited to consider where on this layout their own work fitted, and to begin to build relationships with others working on similar issues. In the afternoon Darren Cambridge of George Mason University presented his vision of the future, inviting those in the room to consider how ePortfolios would look in 2030 and what issues would need to be overcome to arrive at this point. Information gathered at this event will inform a consulation document to be published in September 2005.
Nottingham Consultation event 12 July 2005 Outline programme for the day
Outline programme for project event on 12 July 2005
Nottingham Consultation event 12 July 2005 Photographs from 12 July event
As an initial exercise, projects were invited to display a poster or write a summary on a flip chart sheet. After discussion with another project, they were then invited to select five key words or phrases describing their work and pin these to their poster. Some of the resulting photographs are included here.
Nottingham Consultation event 12 July 2005 Morning workshop 1: exemplar
Geoff Hammond of CETL4HealthNE based at the University of Newcastle has kindly allowed us to publish his version of the completed exercise.
Nottingham Consultation event 12 July 2005 Morning workshop 2
Delegates were asked to show which actors they felt should be considered and how services from the eFramework should interface with ePortfolio. They were also invited to add any further services