PebblePad Events

The heads-up on our PebblePad conferences, symposiums, online seminars, and special interest groups. As well as the low-down on where you'll find us on the international conference scene.

 
 

Upcoming Events

 

Past Events

 
 

ePortfolios in Professional Development

Monday 28th May 2018 - Saturday 31st August 2019PebblePad Event Book now

Monday 28th May 2018Saturday 31st August 2019

This conversational event is for people involved in supporting or promoting the use of eportfolios in professional development, professional standards and recognition, or for performance management, promotion and tenure. We are looking specifically at how these areas are supported within the context of staff development.

The event is chaired by Sarah Chesney who led the innovative Jisc-funded project Flourish at the University of Cumbria. Sarah has been working with electronic portfolios in this space for more than 10 years. Juliet Hinrichsen (Sheffield Hallam University) and Lisa Hayes (University of Bedfordshire) have worked alongside Shane Sutherland (PebblePad) to design a programme which will explore the varied ways in which portfolios can be used to support staff and faculty development. The programme provides ample opportunity to explore the challenges and opportunities of wide-scale portfolio use within an institution.

This event is generously hosted by Sheffield Hallam University and sponsored by PebblePad, allowing us to keep the costs of attendance to £30.

Location: Sheffield Hallam University, Sheaf Building, Sheaf Street, Sheffield Link:

 

AU 2

Tuesday 4th June 2019 - Wednesday 5th June 2019

Tuesday 4th June 2019Wednesday 5th June 2019

Test event for Sof. ;-)

Location: fdfd Link:

 

Photography Course

Saturday 1st June 2019 - Tuesday 4th June 2019PebblePad Event Book now

Saturday 1st June 2019Tuesday 4th June 2019

Photography is the science, art and practice of creating durable images by recording light or other electromagnetic radiation, either electronically by means of an image sensor, or chemically by means of a light-sensitive material such as photographic film.[1]

Typically, a lens is used to focus the light reflected or emitted from objects into a real image on the light-sensitive surface inside a camera during a timed exposure. With an electronic image sensor, this produces an electrical charge at each pixel, which is electronically processed and stored in a digital image file for subsequent display or processing. The result with photographic emulsion is an invisible latent image, which is later chemically "developed" into a visible image, either negative or positive depending on the purpose of the photographic material and the method of processing. A negative image on film is traditionally used to photographically create a positive image on a paper base, known as a print, either by using an enlarger or by contact printing.

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Location: Online Link:

 

Date test

Monday 27th July 2015 - Thursday 16th August 2018

Monday 27th July 2015Thursday 16th August 2018

testing date

Location: Online Link:

 

Rich's CMS Workshop

Tuesday 3rd July 2018 - Wednesday 4th July 2018

Tuesday 3rd July 2018Wednesday 4th July 2018

Newly promoted to the dizzing heights of PebblePad Tester, Rich Dando is offering a must-attend workshop for anyone who would like to be able to navigate their way reasonably successfully through PebblePad's CMS.

Location: Rich's Desk Link:

 

Test event

Tuesday 26th June 2018 - Thursday 28th June 2018PebblePad Event Book now

Tuesday 26th June 2018Thursday 28th June 2018

The webinar will outline the design, development and implementation process of a pedagogically sound and technologically workable and sustainable solution to programmatic assessment using an eportfolio tool across an entire Faculty in an Australian University.

Programmatic Assessment is often part of a continuum which begins with the development of specific capabilities for graduates, and then aligns the capabilities with learning activities and measurable assessment opportunities across a program of study. The use of an electronic portfolio (eportfolio) tool, the provision of longitudinal tutorial support and credible feedback are often the key design challenges for programmatic assessment and they will be key points of discussion in this presentation.

Presenter(s):
Panos Vlachopoulos, Associate Dean Quality & Standards, Faculty of Arts and Sherrie Love, Senior Learning Designer, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia.

Click the on the link below to register your place.

Location: Online Zoom Meeting Link:

 

global

Monday 19th December 2016 - Wednesday 22nd March 2017

Monday 19th December 2016Wednesday 22nd March 2017

The webinar will outline the design, development and implementation process of a pedagogically sound and technologically workable and sustainable solution to programmatic assessment using an eportfolio tool across an entire Faculty in an Australian University.

Programmatic Assessment is often part of a continuum which begins with the development of specific capabilities for graduates, and then aligns the capabilities with learning activities and measurable assessment opportunities across a program of study. The use of an electronic portfolio (eportfolio) tool, the provision of longitudinal tutorial support and credible feedback are often the key design challenges for programmatic assessment and they will be key points of discussion in this presentation.

Presenter(s):
Panos Vlachopoulos, Associate Dean Quality & Standards, Faculty of Arts and Sherrie Love, Senior Learning Designer, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia.

Location: bvvb Link:

 

Photography Workshop

Friday 24th May 2013 - Sunday 26th February 2017

Friday 24th May 2013Sunday 26th February 2017

GLOBAL.

PebblePad: Personalising the Curriculum
Improving learning and development through thoughtful learning design

We are delighted to announce that the third International PebblePad conference will be held in Victoria, Australia, from Monday 14th to Wednesday 16th April, 2014. Set amongst the wineries of Lancefield, a small town north of Melbourne, PebbleBash 2014 continues the tradition of the intimate residential conference. PebbleBash aims to maximise opportunities for learning, networking, and collaboration in a friendly, focussed and professional environment.

http://www.pebblebash.co.uk/2014/

Location: moo Link:

 

AU only

Sunday 16th August 2015 - Wednesday 26th August 2015

Sunday 16th August 2015Wednesday 26th August 2015

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TEST 2

Monday 27th July 2015

Monday 27th July 2015Monday 27th July 2015

moo UK ONLY

Location: Online Link:

 

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