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October 25, 2022 28 min

Dr Misty Kirby is an academic and practitioner with university and school experience, creating portfolios herself and with her students. Misty shares her thoughts on how portfolios can support eProfessionalism in both academics and students. She explains what was behind the idea of SmartEvidence for her and why it's an important feature in Mahara.

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Connect with Misty

  • Misty on Twitter
  • Misty on LinkedIn
  • Misty's website
  • Resources

  • Presentation 'ECARx: Early career academic researchers’ experience using ePortfolios'
  • Presentation 'SmartEvidence: Improving ePortfolio quality through intervention'
  • Brown Wilson, C., Slade, C., Kirby, M. M., Downer, T., Fisher, M., & Nuessler, S. (2018). Digital ethics and the use of the ePortfolio: A scoping review of the literature. International Journal of ePortfolio, 8(2), 115-126.
  • Kirby, M. M., Slade, C.S., Brown Wilson, C., Downer, T., Fisher, M.B., Siddiqui, Z., Isbel, S., McAllister, L., & Miller, A. (in press). A call to action for eProfessionalism: Supporting emerging health and education practitioners build their online presence through ePortfolio use, for the Journal of Computing in Higher Education.
  • Kathryn Coleman's work
  • ePortfolios Australia's 'Plan, act, reflect, and eportfolio' (PARE) sessions
  • AAEEBL Digital Ethics Principles in ePortfolios
  • AAEEBL Digital Ethics Task Force ePortfolio mapping survey
  • Subscribe to the monthly newsletter about Mahara and portfolios.

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    Production: Catalyst IT
    Host: Kristina Hoeppner
    Music: The Mahara tune by Josh Woodward

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