In my opinion, PebblePad is one of, if not the most student-centred tool we have at Portland State University.
InstructureCon 21 saw members of the PebblePad community come together to discuss why eportfolio is transitioning from 'nice-to-have' to 'must-have' EdTech and rapidly becoming a vital component of the higher ed digital learning ecosystem. Joining PebblePaddlers Richard Dando and Sam Blyth were: Anita Hamilton, Senior Lecturer at the University of the Sunshine Coast (USC), John Montgomery, Academic Systems Administrator at Portland State University (PSU) and Andrew Lawrence, Instructional Designer, also from PSU.
Here at PebblePad, we know that developing well-rounded, future-ready graduates through student-centred learning initiatives at scale is a difficult ambition to realise. Supporting these initiatives raises real challenges for universities, not least because they frequently take place in diverse settings, both on and off-campus, and involve multiple stakeholders. PebblePad offers universities unparalleled eportfolio capability to help learners make sense of, and evidence, their unique learning journeys.
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