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Digital Ethics: Sustainable ePortfolio Practice – Considering Creation, Support, and Advocacy
August 8 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
Since mid-2019, the Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL) has investigated digital ethics and ePortfolios via a specially created task force. The work resulted in principles promoting ethical ePortfolio practices to educators, staff, students, and platform providers. In this webinar series, task force members discuss individual principles with participants.
This workshop will introduce participants to the principle of ‘Visibility of Labor’. In what ways are work, time, and effort invisible and unrewarded as it relates to ePortfolio practitioners and creators?
By first introducing and situating the principle as critical to ePortfolio projects, we intend to engage participants in a lively discussion about what constitutes work in the ePortfolio space, how they conduct and conceive of that work, how they’re recognised and/or compensated for that work, and how we, as a field, can develop and maintain ethical expectations for the labor of ePortfolio
practitioners and creators.
- Megan Mize, PhD, Director, ePortfolio & Digital Initiatives, Old Dominion University, U.S.A.
- S. Morgan Gresham, PHD, Associate Professor of English & Area Director PTC, University of South Florida St. Petersburg, U.S.A.
- Sarah Zurhellen, PhD, Asst. Director, WAC Appalachian State University, U.S.A.
The workshop takes place on 8 August 2022, 1-3pm EDT (check your time zone).
Register for this free event to receive the link to the webinar.