[Portfolio] Access to portfolios beyond graduation - Matrix tool export?
hill at uwyo.edu
Tue Dec 1 07:51:51 PST 2009
Here's one place to share this requirement:
The Teaching and Learning spreadsheet, as elaborated by Janice Smith
with goals relating to portfolio work, contains this very request on
line 97, Simple Goal "Download any portfolio one owns for use outside
the system." I have added a notation to the Alternative Goal column
referring to SAK-6069. See also line 95, "Access any item one owns or
has permission to access as long as one has an account in the system."
The Confluence Teaching and Learning page gives a link to the
spreadsheet, and the Portfolio Vignettes page gathers the fundamental
Jim Doherty wrote:
> Hello Nancy, Beth, Portfolio folk,
> We've got a similar requirement - access to matrix beyond graduation
> -- and some questions. I'm wondering if anyone has some more info or
> ideas to share.
> We've got a number of schools using the matrix tool intensively. At
> the moment there is no 'user export' of the matrix data. There is an
> export for coordinators to export/import matrix definitions, but the
> filled-in, in-use student matrix can not be exported as far as I
> know. I found a SAKAI JIRA for this requirement (SAK-6069
> <http://jira.sakaiproject.org/browse/SAK-6069>) but no recent info or
> Some questions for the group:
> 1. Has anyone else the same requirement? How do you handle this
> today? screenprints? save web page? other? 2. I seem to remember
> seeing that matrix and other wizards could be -included- in
> 'portfolios'. Has anyone done this or could provide info on how this
> is done? Perhaps this would be an opportunity to meet both
> requirements, exporting user matrix and exporting portfolios, at the
> same time.
> We are also considering extending student access to the system beyond
> graduation until we can meet this requirement.
> best regards, Jim Doherty
> -- Jim Doherty Learning4u w: www.learning4u.nl
> <http://www.learning4u.nl> t: 0207163981 m: 06 48754913
> On Wed, Nov 18, 2009 at 10:42 PM, Nancy O'Laughlin <nolaug at udel.edu
> <mailto:nolaug at udel.edu>> wrote:
> We have had several requests from faculty to continue student
> portfolio access beyond graduation for viewing and editing. I was
> wondering how other institutions handle this. Could you let me know
> what policies you have in place or are considering? Are there any
> particular issues involved with giving extended access to students?
> Thanks, Nancy
> -- Nancy J. O'Laughlin, Ed.D. IT-Client Support & Services,
> University of Delaware 030 Smith Hall, 18 Amstel Avenue Newark, DE
> 19716 nolaug at udel.edu <mailto:nolaug at udel.edu> 302.831.0737
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Robin Hill, Ph.D. hill at uwyo.edu 307-766-5499
Instructional Computing Services http://www.uwyo.edu/ctl
Ellbogen Center for Teaching and Learning University of Wyoming
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