iPrac - Use of Spontaneous recording devices to enhance digital portfolios

posted 5 Sep 2011, 02:48 by Jason Zagami
Thursday, 8 April 2010

iPrac - Use of Spontaneous recording devices to enhance digital portfolios

Zagami, J. (2010, April). iPrac - Use of Spontaneous recording devices to enhance digital portfolios. Paper presented at the Australian Council for Computers in Education Conference, Melbourne, Australia. Retrieved from 

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Zagami, J. (2010). iPrac - Use of Spontaneous recording devices to enhance digital portfolios [Presentation slides]. Retrieved from http://www.slideshare.net/j.zagami/acec2010-portfolios 


25 pre-service teachers were provided with iPhones for use while on practicum placement to capture artifacts for their digital portfolios and compared with the digital portfolios generated by 20 pre-service students who did not have access to mobile recording devices. The ease and immediacy of access to mobile devices to record spontaneous events increased the number and scope of multimedia artifacts created. This then supported the development of narratives to student digital portfolios and supported improved reflection on the practicum learning experience.




ACEC2010 Portfolios


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