AAEEBL Annual Meeting Week 2 (July 13-17)

”Digital Ethics & Portfolios: Considering the Importance of Ethics in Our New Environment”

Together we will answer questions related to digital ethics and use the answers to generate effective practices for our work. What does it mean to be ethical in the digital environment? What ethical considerations must we take into account when designing ePortfolio implementations? How do we ensure equity and access in a rapidly changing world?

Registrants will receive an email with links to all activities on Monday.please note you must register for synchronous events to receive the Zoom link. Links to register for events and to collaborative activities can also be found below. If you do not receive an email, please contact us at connect@aaeebl.org

DayEvent & Link (Click the links below to contribute or to register for Events)
All WeekJoin our Slack workspace for asynchronous backchannel conversations in between sessions, networking, and sharing of resources during our month of AAEEBL activities. New to Slack? Watch a quick overview.
MondayWatch the Kick-Off Conversations on Digital Ethics and Digital Citizenship
TuesdayContribute to the Collaboratory
Wednesday (4:30pm PT)Watch Digital Ethics and ePortfolios: A Conversation with the AAEEBL Digital Ethics Task Force
ThursdayGallery – Each week check this page for a link to a gallery of curated resources
Friday (10am)Watch the Workshop: Getting Started with ePortfolios in Fall
Friday (11am PT)Watch the Playshop on Open Educational Practices and ePortfolios
Friday (12pm PT)Watch the Showcase: AAEEBL Digital Ethics Task Force Findings and Call for Participation in Year 2
Ideas to Begin the Week

Amy Cicchino (Auburn) and Sarah Zurhellen (Appalachian State University)

Amy and Sarah share some thoughts on their work as members of AAEEBL’s Digital Ethics Task Force

Christine Slade (University of Queensland)

Christine joins us from Australia to share some thoughts on Digital Ethics from down under (and has part of her work on the Digital Ethics Task Force.

Mike Ribble

Mike Ribble, author of Digital Citizenship in Schools shares his perspective on digital ethics by encouraging us to think more broadly about the need to develop Digital Citizenship skills in our learners.

Ways to Engage



Each week participants will be encouraged to participate in our asynchronous “collaboratory”to ask questions, share resources, and provide ideas for our discussions.



View the Gallery of this week’s resources, conversations, and ideas!



Each week we will host focused discussions to take up the ideas presented in the kick-off conversations and beyond!



These are our days to play and get hands-on with ideas from the week. Join us of a workshop or playshop to explore and put into practice ideas that will suit the work you do in your context!