As part of our yearlong exploration of digital ethics and ePortfolios, AAEEBL is supporting several collaborative efforts to develop resources to inform and support ePortfolio practice. Open to AAEEBL members as a benefit of membership, this task force will identify and research digital ethical issues related to ePortfolio use and outline principles, resources, and recommendations to guide students, faculty, administrators, employers and other key stakeholders. The task force will be led by Dr. Amy Cicchino, Megan Haskins, and Heather Stuart from the Office of University Writing, Auburn University with support from the AAEEBL Board. Members will meet twice a month from October 2019 – July 2020 with service to the task force constituting no more than 4 hours per month. Specific work products will be decided by the task force members and shared through various venues, formats, and platforms including the AAEEBL website, webinars, conferences, and other publications.
Interested in Applying?
By 11:59 pm local time on October 1, 2019, please complete the task force application at aub.ie/AAEEBLdigitaltaskforce and include a current CV, resume, or ePortfolio and a brief statement (300-500 words) describing why you are interested in participating, your experience with ePortfolios, and what you can bring to the team.
Have questions? Please email AAEEBLdigitaltaskforce@gmail.com