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scholarship_1_622x415In order for the higher education community to advance its work with ePortfolio, we must learn from the steps others are taking and share our collective commitment.

At LaGuardia Community College, faculty and staff have always provided a supportive professional development community to colleagues at the College and at other colleges and universities who are working with ePortfolio. This serves as a powerful source for conversation about our practices and ways we can work together to prepare for Next Steps, at LaGuardia, and throughout the higher education community.

The following list of publications and presentations demonstrate the commitment of LaGuardia’s faculty and staff to teaching and learning and to participating in the broader national discourse around ePortfolio:

Publications

Presentations

  • Rajendra Bhika, Hector Fernandez, and Andrea Francis – “Using Capstone ePortfolios to Build Connections and Promote Change,” CUE Conference, John Jay College, New York, NY (10 May 2013).
  • Rajendra Bhika and Andrea Francis – “The First Year Experience: Using ePortfolio to Explore Career Readiness,” ePortfolio and Active Learning from the First Year to Transfer Conference: Threshold to Threshold Conference, Bronx Community College, Bronx, NY (12 October 2012).
  • Rajendra Bhika and Mercedes Del Rosario – “The Intentional and Purposeful ePortfolio: Roadmap to Success,” Threshold to Threshold Conference: ePortfolio and Active Learning from the First Year to Transfer Conference, Bronx Community College, Bronx, NY (12 October 2012).
  • Rajendra Bhika, Andrea Francis, Michael Philogene, and Nicole Lytle – “LaGuardians and Technology: The Use and the Effects of Social Apps and other Technology in the Classroom,” Opening Sessions 2012 – 2013, LaGuardia Community College, Long Island City, NY (6 September 2012).
  • Rajendra Bhika and Hector Fernandez – “The Capstone Course ePortfolio: A Catalyst for Student Connections,” AAEEBL Annual Conference, Boston, MA (17 July 2012).
  • Rajendra Bhika and Andrea Francis – “The Business and Technology – Steinway Research Project: Using ePortfolio as a Catalyst for Building Departmental Connections,” AAEEBL Annual Conference, Boston, MA (17 July 2012).
  • Clarence Chan, Philip Gimber, Deborah McMillan-Coddington, and Margaret Norris – “Promoting Interdisciplinary Learning Using ePortfolio for Allied Health Science Students.” AAEEBL Annual Conference, Boston, MA (2011).
  • Clarence Chan – “The Health Science Student ePortfolios – Programmatic Integration and Assessment,” Stony Brook University Spring Colloquium, SUNY, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY (2011).
  • Clarence Chan, Debra Engel, and Jackie Ross -“Capturing Student Learning: Integrated Learning: ePortfolios for the PTA,” Instructional Staff Meeting, LaGuardia Community College, Long Island City, NY (March 2011).
  • Clarence Chan, Debra Engel, and Jackie Ross – “Capturing Student Learning: ePortfolios for the PTA,” Making Connection Mini-Conference, LaGuardia Community College, Long Island City, NY (April 2010).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark – “ePortfolios for Writing & y:1″ and “ePortfolio Pedagogy for the Classroom,” workshops at Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, VA (21 August 2012).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark – “ePortfolio and Contemporary Learners” and “ePortfolio 101,” talks and workshops at Dixie State College, St. George, UT (14-15 August 2012).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark – “ePortfolios & Contemporary Learners” Faculty Resource Network Summer Seminar at New York University. Interactive Technologies for Teaching and Learning Track, New York, NY (14 June 2012).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark and Terrel Rhodes – “How Can Electronic Portfolios Be Used to Assess and Improve Student Learning?” Marketplace of Ideas. Teagle Foundation Meeting “What Works and What Matters in Student Learning,” New York, NY (8 June 2012).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark – “ePortfolio and Assessment,” webinar presenter for Bunker Hill Community College (19 March 2012).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark and Terrel Rhodes – “Creating Effective Assessment: ePortfolios, VALUE Rubrics, and More,” New Community College – CUNY, New York, New NY (9 February 2012).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark – “ePortfolio 101,” at the New Community College – CUNY, New York, New NY (3 February 2012).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark – “Prototyping the College of St. Elizabeth ePortfolio,” workshop at College of St. Elizabeth, Morristown, NJ (30 January 2012).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark – “ePortfolio and Contemporary Pedagogy,” at College of St. Elizabeth, Morristown, NJ (22 December 2011).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark – “Assessment in A Word Is Good: Student Centered Assessment & Telling the Story of Learning at Sweet Briar College,” “What To Do With All Of That Data! Closing the Loop,” “Sweet Briar: A Writing College?,” and “ePortfolio 101,” talks and workshops at Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, VA (12-13 December 2011).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark –  “ePortfolio 101,” at College of St. Elizabeth, Morristown, NJ (18 November 2011).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark – “Practicing Pedagogy: ePortfolios & Contemporary Learners,” at Muhlenberg College, Bethlehem, PA (29 September 2011).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark – “Then What? From Routine and Practice to Growth and Innovation in ePortfolios Over Time,” Australia ePortfolio Community of Practice MOOC–on-line presentation (20 September 2011).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark, Craig Kasprzak, Thomas Onorato, Kimberly del Bustio Ramirez, and Rajendra Bhika – “The Culminating Moment: Capstone ePortfolios and Curricular Transformation,”  Connect to Learning (C2L) Jam (20 September 2011).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark and Melissa Peet – “Demonstrating Integrative learning and Developing Digital Identities: ePortfolio Research from LaGuardia Community College and the University of Michigan” AAEEBL, Boston, MA (26-28 July 2011).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark, Wende Garrison, Gail Ring, Judy Patton, and Candyce Reynolds – “Out of Practice: Are *You* Keeping & Updating Your Own Portfolio?” AAEEBL, Boston, MA (26-28 July 2011).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark and Craig Kasprzak – “The Culminating Moment: Capstone ePortfolios and Curricular Transformation,” AAEEBL, Boston, MA (26-28 July 2011).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark – “Evolving Assessment & ePortfolio at LaGuardia Community College,” Connect to Learning (C2L) National Meeting, Boston, MA (24-25 July 2011).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark and Marisa A. Klages – “ePortfolio in Four Parts,” Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT (2 June 2011).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark – “From the Great Academic Disconnect to Integrated Learning,” talk and workshop at William Paterson University’s UCC Institute, Paterson, NJ (23 May 2011).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark – “Evolving Assessment and ePortfolio at LaGuardia Community College,” at Manhattanville College, Purchase, NY (27 April 2011).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark – “Why the ‘e’ in ePortfolio Matters: Student Engagement, Reflective Practice, and Rewarding Classrooms,” at Manhattanville College, Purchase, NY (27 April 2011).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark, Marisa A. Klages, Michelle Zollars, and Reid Sunahara – “Master Student? Why Now? The Faculty ePortfolio as a (Re)Vision of Teaching Basic Writing” as part of the panel “Digital Multiplicity: The Global Skills for College Completion Project to Create a Replicable Model for Success in Basic Writing,” College Composition and Communication Conference, Atlanta, GA (6-9 April 2011).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark – “The Fragile Dream: ePortfolio, At-Risk Students, and College Success,” Keynote Address (luncheon). American Association of Colleges and University’s ePortfolio Forum, San Francisco, CA (29 January 2011).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark and Marisa A. Klages – “Ten Years Later: ePortfolio and Assessment. Learning, Changing, and Closing the Feedback Loop,” IUPUI 2010 Assessment Institute, Indianapolis, IN (24-26 October 2010).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark and Marisa A. Klages – “Crafting ePortfolio Assignments” and “Online Courses and Hybrids,” Otterbein College’s McGregor Grant Workshop on Course Design for Integrated Learning (16-17 June 2010).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark – “ePortfolios for Signature Learning,” Campus talk, Philadelphia University, Philadelphia, PA (23 April 2010).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark, Carlos A. Hernandez and Marisa A. Klages – “Technology and The Academic Zeitgeist: Te(ch)-ing in the Two Year College and Beyond,” a full day pre-conference workshop at the College Composition and Communication Conference, Louisville, KY (17-20 March 2010).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark – “ePortfolio 101,” Campus talk and workshop, University of New Haven, New Haven, CT (11 January 2010).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark – “ePortfolio 101,” Campus talk and workshop, Otterbein College (14-15 December 2009).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark – “ePortfolio and Learning Communities,” Campus Talk, University of New Haven, New Haven, CT (16 October 2009).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark – “Digital Media Strategies to Enhance Instruction through Gaming, ePortfolios, and Second Life,” Keynote Address and workshop, Summer Technology Institute, Fresno City College, Fresno, CA (28 May 2009).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark – “Assessment, in a Word, is Good: Taking the Next Steps in Student-Centered Assessment,” Keynote Address and workshop, Basic Skills Conference, Fresno City College, Fresno, CA (24 April 2009).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark – “ePortfolio Faculty Development Workshop,” Long Island University’s Writing Program, Brooklyn, NY (28 May 2008).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark, Nancy Gross, and Max Rodriguez – “Introduction to ePortfolio,” a 1/2 day workshop for the Making Connections ePortfolios, Integrative Learning, and Assessment Conference, LaGuardia Community College (10 April 2008).
  • J. Elizabeth Clark – “Local Practice, Global Impact: ePortfolios and the Emerging World of Digital Rhetoric,” AAC&U’s Staff Development Program, Washington, D.C. (26 February 2008).
  • Debra Engel – “Using ePortfolio to Complement Assessment in the Capstone Course in PTA Program,” APTA Educational Leadership Conference, Portland, OR (October 2013).
  • Debra Engel and Clarence Chan – “ePortfolio for Physical Therapy Education – The Perfect Complement to the National Licensing Exam,” AAEEBL Annual Conference, Boston, MA (July 2010).
  • Bret Eynon, Judit Torok, and Rajendra Bhika – “Connect to Learning Strengthening the National ePortfolio Conversation Building a Model of Exemplary ePortfolio Practices,” Opening Sessions 2012 – 2013, LaGuardia Community College, Long Island City, NY (6 September 2012).
  • Bret Eynon and J. Elizabeth Clark – “ePortfolios From the Ground Up: Planning, Creating, Implementing,” Pre-conference workshop. American Association of Colleges and University’s Annual Conference, Washington, (25 January 2012).
  • Bret Eynon, J. Elizabeth Clark, Craig Kasprzak, Mercedes Del Rosario, Clarence Chan, Kimberly del Bustio Ramirez, and Mikhail Valentin – “LaGuardia’s Integrative ePortfolio:  The Next 10 Years,” with . AAEEBL, Boston, MA (26-28 July 2011).
  • Bret Eynon and J. Elizabeth Clark – “Make It Real: Learning, Assessment & ePortfolio at an Urban Community College,” Keynote Address at the American Association of Colleges and University’s ePortfolio Symposium–The Search for VALUE: Innovation, Economic Uncertainty, and ePortfolio Assessment, Washington, DC (20 January 2010).
  • Bret Eynon, Terrel Rhodes, and J. Elizabeth Clark – “Building an ePortfolio Program,” a day-long workshop, San Mateo Community College (19 July 2006).
  • Bret Eynon, Terrel Rhodes, Judith Patton, J. Elizabeth Clark, and Nakiso Maodza – “ePortfolios and Creative Accountability: A Means of Integrated Learning and Assessment,” a 1/2 day workshop for the AAC&U/Carnegie Foundation Integrated Learning Project, San Mateo Community College, San Mateo, CA (24 January 2005).
  • Sean Galvin – “Electronic Portfolios: Public or Private Documents?” Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA (3-5 May 2013).
  • Sean Galvin – “Explorations in the Extent of Expert Knowledge in a Community College Setting,” American Folklore Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA (24-27 October 2012).
  • Sean Galvin – “Lay and Expert Knowledge: A Workshop on Teaching Undergraduate Folklore,” American Folklore Society Annual Meeting, Bloomington, IN (12-16 October 2011).
  • Sean Galvin – “Making the Transition from Lay to Expert Knowledge in an Urban Community College,” Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA (13-15 May 2011).
  • Sean Galvin – “Lay and Expert Knowledge in a Complex Society: The AFS Teagle Foundation Project,” American Folklore Society Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN (13-16 October 2010).
  • Sean Galvin – “Proto-Personal Experience Narratives and ePortfolios: Some Examples,” American Folklore Society Annual Meeting, Boise, ID (21-24 October 2009).
  • Sean Galvin – “Personal Experience Narratives and ePortfolios,” Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA (24-26 April 2009).
  • Sean Galvin – “Why Folklorists Should Embrace ePortfolios,” American Folklore Society Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, WI (18-22 October 2006).
  • Sean Galvin – “Using Folkloric Conventions to Construct Student Narratives,” Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA (6-8 May 2005).
  • Sean Galvin – “Folklife in Education Goes to College,” American Folklore Society Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT (13-17 October 2004).
  • Philip Gimber, Deborah McMillan-Coddington, and Margaret Norris – “Holistic Assessment of Nursing Students Using ePortfolio,” AAEEBL Annual, Boston, MA (21 July 2010).
  • Philip Gimber, Deborah McMillan-Coddington, and Margaret Norris – “LaGuardia Community College Nursing Program: Holistic Assessment and ePortfolio,” The 2nd Making Connections Mini Conference, Shifting the Paradigm: ePortfolio, Learning and Change, Long Island City, NY (30 April 2010).
  • Naomi Greenberg – “Creating and Assessing Integrative Learning Assignments for an Ethics Course,” Association for Practical and Professional Ethics Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, OH (March 2010).
  • Naomi Greenberg – “ePortfolio: Electronic Scrapbooking for Mental Health,” at the New York State Occupational Therapy Association conference in Syracuse, New York, NY (September 2008).
  • Naomi Greenberg and Mary Beth Early – “ePortfolio: A Tool for Success. LaGuardia Community College Center for Teaching and Learning,” Making Connections: ePortfolios, Integrative Learning and Assessment, New York, NY (April 2008).
  • Naomi Greenberg (Proxy) and Alison Lazarus – “ePortfolio Development and Applications in Occupational Therapy,” Association of Caribbean Occupational Therapists Conference, Trinidad (November 2007).
  • Naomi Greenberg – “ePortfolio Applications in Occupational Therapy,” American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, St. Louis, MO (May 2007).
  • Heidi L. Johnsen – “Acceleration as Course ePortfolio,” The Teacher’s College “Partner Convening,” (17 January 2012).
  • Heidi L. Johnsen – “Changing ePortfolios,” Two-Year College Association/Northeast Conference, Washington, D.C. (5-6 November 2010).
  • Heidi L. Johnsen – “Technology in Freshman Composition: Discussion Boards, ePortfolios & Other Misadventures,” Two-Year College Association/Northeast Conference, Atlantic City, NJ (17-18 October 2008).
  • Heidi L. Johnsen, J. Elizabeth Clark, and Marisa A. Klages – “Wrestling with Writing: Using ePortfolios to Enhance and Assess Basic Writing Courses,” Making Connections: ePortfolios, Integrative Learning and Assessment, LaGuardia Community College, Long Island City, NY (10-12 April 2008).
  • Deborah McMillan-Coddington, Margaret Norris, Patricia Burke, and Georgina Colalillo – “A Tale of Two Community Colleges: Supporting the ePortfolio Initiative” (Poster Presentation), National Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (N-OADN) 2012 Convention, New Orleans, LA (9-11 November 2012).
  • Deborah McMillan-Coddington, Margaret Norris, Patricia Burke, and Georgina Colalillo – “A Tale of Two Community College: Successful Implementation of ePortfolio in PreLicensure Nursing Programs, AAC&U Annual Meeting, Washington, DC (28 January 2012).
  • Deborah McMillan-Coddington – “Increasing the use of Technology in Perspectives of Nursing” (Poster Presentation), NYCNECT, Hunter College’s Bellevue School of Nursing, New York, NY (January 2012).
  • Deborah McMillan-Coddington, Philip Gimber, Kira Lupeke, and Margaret Norris – “LaGuardia Community College Then & Now: The Future of Nursing,” Opening Sessions 2011 – 2012, LaGuardia Community College, Long Island City, NY (7 September 2011).
  • Deborah McMillan-Coddington, Margaret Norris, Patricia Burke, and Georgina Colalillo – “Habits of Heart, Habits of Mind; The Use of ePortfolio in Nursing,” Drexel University Nursing Education Institute, Atlantic City, NJ (27 – 29 June 2011).
  • Deborah McMillan-Coddington and Margaret Norris – “The ePortfolio Initiative” Queensboro Community College, Bayside, NY (20 May 2011).
  • Deborah McMillan-Coddington and Margaret Norris – “ePortfolio in the Nursing Program,” to the LaGuardia Community College Nursing Advisory Board, and CUNY Representative: Dr. William Ebenstein, University Dean of Health and Human Services (31 March 2009).
  • Deborah McMillan-Coddington – “ePortfolio” Faculty/Staff Development for The Center of Teaching and Learning,” LaGuardia Community College, Long Island City, NY (December 2007).
  • Sarah Midkiff – “Using ePortfolio for the Chile Study Abroad Photography Initiative,” ePortfolio Student Showcase, LaGuardia Community College, Long Island City, NY (January 2013).
  • Howard K. Motoike and Dennis Aguirre – “The Integration of ePortfolios into the Human Anatomy and Physiology Curriculum,” The Twenty-Sixth Annual Conference of the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society, Tulsa, OK (26-31 May 2012).
  • Howard K. Motoike and Dennis Aguirre – “Mini-Grant to introduce ePortfolios into the Human Anatomy and Physiology curriculum,” Center for Teaching and Learning, LaGuardia Community College, Long Island City, NY (2010).
  • Sherrell Powell and Naomi Greenberg – “Reflections and ePortfolio in a Capstone Course,” New York State Occupational Therapy Association,” Columbia University, New York, NY (November 2010).
  • Sherrell Powell and Naomi Greenberg – “Enhancing the Capstone Course Experience,” at the American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference in Orlando, Florida (April 2010).
  • Ellen Quish – “Connected Learning: ePortfolio and Integrative Pedagogy – Cultivating A Core Social Pedagogy,” AAEEBL Annual Conference, (July 2011).
  • Ellen Quish – “Reflective and Collaborative ePortfolio Practice in the ESOL Classroom,” ePortfolio Conference, LaGuardia Community College, Long Island City, NY (May 2008).
  • Suzanne Rosenberg – “Using ePortfolio as an Assessment Tool,” Learning College Summit, Tucson, AZ (June 2009).
  • Susan M. Sanchirico – “ePortfolio in FPA (Fundamentals of Professional Advancement),” Chairs Presentation, LaGuardia Community College, Long Island City, NY (Fall 2006).
  • Susan M. Sanchirico – “ePortfolio in FPA (Fundamentals of Professional Advancement),” Poster Session, Instructional Staff Meeting, LaGuardia Community College, Long Island City, NY (May 2006).
  • Susan M. Sanchirico – “ePortfolio: Interdisciplinary Linkages,” Faculty of the Future Conference, Bucks County (June 2005).
  • Susan M. Sanchirico – “ePortfolio Academy: Pioneers in the ePortfolio Arena,” League for Innovation (March 2005).
  • Susan M. Sanchirico – “Cloudy with a Chance of Innovation: Building ePortfolios using Cloud Computing,”
  • National Institute on the Assessment of Adult Learning (June 2011).
  • Susan M. Sanchirico – “Adult Learning and ePortfolios, “National Institute on the Assessment of Adult Learning (June 2010).
  • Susan M. Sanchirico – “ePortfolio, Assessment and Credit for Prior Learning,” National Institute on the Assessment of Adult Learning (June 2009).
  • Susan M. Sanchirico – “Self-Concept and Career Development: ePortfolio and the Emerging Professional,” Making Connections: ePortfolios, Integrative Learning and Assessment, LaGuardia Community College, Long Island City, NY (April 2008).
  • Howard Wach, Barbara Walters, and Joseph Ugoretz – “EPortfolio Exchange Roundtable”, 11th Annual City University of New York IT Conference, John Jay College of Criminal Justice (30 November 2012).
  • Howard Wach – “E-mproving E-Portfolios: Student and Faculty Active Learning at Bronx Community College,” Association for Authentic, Experiential, and Evidence-Based Learning, Boston, Massachusetts. With Jordi Getman-Eraso, Katherine Culkin, and Julia Rodas (18 July 2012).
  • Howard Wach and Jordi Getman-Eraso – “Documenting Learning while Crossing the Threshold: Exploring ePortfolios and Threshold Concepts in Multiple Contexts,” 6th Annual Conference of the National Academy for Improvement of Research, Teaching, and Learning, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. With Tracy Penny Light and Jordi Getman-Eraso (28 June 2012).
  • Howard Wach, Barbara Walters, Sarah Morgano, and Joseph Ugoretz – “ePortfolios Across CUNY: Aggregating and Integrating Information,” Association for Authentic, Experiential, and Evidence-Based Learning, Boston, Masschusetts (26 July 2011).
  • Howard Wach, Stephen Powers, and Jeanine Kelley-Williams – “The Degree Program Model: Reflection and Assessment in Bronx Community College ePortfolios,” Association for Authentic, Experiential, and Evidence-Based Learning, Boston, Massachusetts (20 July 2010).
  • Howard Wach and Jordi Getman-Eraso – “A New Path to Online Learning: ePortfolios at Bronx Community College,” 15thAnnual Sloan-C Conference on Online Learning, Orlando, Florida (30 October 2009).
  • Howard Wach – “Digitizing Learning: Using Online Learning and e-Portfolios,” Teaching Millennial Learners: 5thAnnual CUNY General Education Conference, Lehman College (8 May 2009).
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