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Future-Proofing logo

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Future-Proofing PDP & e-Portfolio Developments


                       Thursday 18 June 2009, 09.00 - 16.00.


                                    PDP tool kit (note) and The PDP Tool Kit (PDF)

                                            (This site was updated 4 Dec 2009)



The Centre for the Development of Teaching and Learning (CDoTL) and the Centre for Career Management Skills (CCMS) at the University of Reading are co-hosting this one day event for academics and PDP, Careers and Employability practitioners as well as e-Portfolio developers to informally share their experiences, practices and resources and to identify ways to collaboratively 'future proof' their efforts. This free one day event will cover the following topics: 

  1. Models of PDP in practice (e.g. employability, careers, induction, personal tutor systems)
  2. Recent developments and issues with institutional supported e-Portfolios (Blackboard, Pebblepad, etc.) and non-generic templates, personalisation, ILPs)
  3. Alternative portfolio tools using Web 2.0, EXPO etc.
  4. Raising engagement – PDP toolkits, student stories and curricula reviews to embed PDP etc. 


SESSION Details and Resources 


WLTM Noticeboard

We have created an area for you to provide information about what you and your institution have to offer in relation to the themes covered by this FutureProofing PDP and ePortfolios event and who to contact for different resources and help.  A sort of 'dating agency' or resource.   

To view or contribute to this 'messageboard', click on the WLTM mesasge folder on the right of your screen (under Navigation).



We recommend using the hashtag #pdprdg when tweeting about anything relevant to the event!


If you don't know what Twitter is (or have been avoiding it so far), read the first couple of lines of this page to get an idea. It's very easy to sign up to and use, and it could be a convenient way of keeping in touch with people during and after the event. 



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