PDP Wales - March 2013
- Dr Beatrix Fahnert, Cardiff University, PDP in Disguise
- Dr Mike Reddy, University of Wales, Newport, Participatory design in peer negotiated assessment: to thine own self (set exam) be true
- Rob East, University of Glamorgan, Student Self Assessment of class performance in law
- Chris Cardew, Swansea University, Developing and implementing an online Employability award at Swansea
- Alysha Morgan, GO Wales, Wales extends its PDP qualification
PDP 25 - January 2013
- Harriet Barnes (QAA), Recognising Achievement beyond the curriculum
- Vicky Mann (University of Nottingham) & Sarah Jeffries (University of Birmingham), Why an award?
- Maria Rodriguez-Yborra (University of Bolton), Learners as PDP shapers
- Alison James (London College of Fashion), PDP in 3D
- Kirstie Coolin & Judith Wayte (University of Nottingham), Practical eportfolios
- Chris Millson & Kelly McDonald (University of York), Making the most of what we have got
- Liz Holford & Lindsay Macadam (University of Portsmouth), An online approach to PDP
- Sue Rigby (University of Edinburgh), Realising the strategic potential of HEAR
PDP Wales - July 2012
- Cliona O’Neill (Higher Education Funding Council for Wales), PDP in a changing Welsh landscape
- Jon Owen (HEA Associate), Making Progress with the “Welsh HEAR”: some options, and a proposal
- Elsie Reynolds & Liz Wilson (University of Wales: Trinity St. David), E-APEL for university level work-based learning: A Bilingual Case Study
- Lloyd Williams, Andy Thomas (University of Wales, Newport) and Rob Ward (CRA), Building PDP into the curriculum
- Claire Davies (Cardiff University), Going Digital: The School of Dentistry e-Portfolio at Cardiff University
PDP 24 - May 2012
- Rob Ward (CRA), Making the most of the HEAR: a personal view
- Norman Jackson, Lifewide Learning Pt. 2
- Janet Bird (University of Central Lancashire), UCLan’s Personal Adviser Approach to Personal Development Planning
- Chris Simpson (University of York), Employability: the long and short of it
- Indira Biswas-Benbow (University of Warwick), Encouraging learning from Inter-cultural experiences
- Fiona Boyle, Third Sector Internships Scotland: Recognising Achievement beyond the curriculum
- Allison Miller, Empowering Australian learners for a life of learning
PDP 23 - January 2012
- Harriet Barnes (QAA), What's going on with the QAA?
- Paula Baines and Angela Tierney (Liverpool John Moores University), Creating Conversations: The development of an interactive card game to initiate a reflective conversational journey for Personal Development Planning.
- Andrea Raiker (University of Bedfordshire), The ‘capstone assignment’ tutorial as a PDP process in developing graduate identity
- Jackie Adamson (University of Northumbria), What effects do Cognitive Behavioural Therapies have on the implementation of PDP in Higher Education?,
- Maria A. Rodriguez-Yborra and Mike Lawrence (University of Bolton), E-PDP in Bolton:a trans-disciplinary approach to PDP.
- Norman Jackson (SCEPTRE), Lifewide Learning Pt. 1
- Sarah Jeffries (University of Birmingham) and Vicky Mann (University of Nottingham), “AND THE AWARD GOES TO…”
PDP 22 - May 2011
- Maxwell Jeffrey, Learning To Lead
- Tanyasha Yearwood, The Learning Development Portfolio: a tool for reflecting on employability skills at the module level.
- Panos Vlachopoulos, Learner-directed learning: shifting responsibilities or developing abilities?
- Gordon Joyes and Angela Smallwood, Learning the lessons about large scale e-portfolio implementations: introducing the ePI research study.
- Janet Hanson and Beth Shepherd, The role of the extracurricular award in a university’s Student Experience Strategy
- Charlie Betts, Portfolios for creativity and self-expression,
PDP 21 - January 2011
- Penny Burden and Sallyanne Theodosiou (University of Creative Arts), PDP – In a leaner meaner world: A structured and supported process OR innovative and independent?
- Neil Raven (Aimhigher East Midlands & Loughborough University), The reflective diary: a valuable tool in continuing professional development
- Roy Williams & Regina Karousou (University of Portsmouth), Nested Narratives for Recording Professional Development
- Harriet Barnes (QAA), Locating PDP in the quality assurance landscape
- Sharon Milner (University of Ulster), 'Reflect on Me' at Ulster
PDP 20 - September 2010
- Gordon Joyes (University of Nottingham) and Lisa Gray (JISC), The trouble with e-portfolio implementation: A threshold concepts perspective
- Jo Powell (Birmingham City University), An “Imposition” or a “Conscious Approach to Learning”: Staff Perceptions of Personal Development Planning (PDP)
- Sarah Chesney & Jeremy Benson (University of Cumbria), 'Anything other than silence': Developing and supporting a PLS for staff continuing professional development.
- Emma Purnell, Rachel Challen, Megan Lawton and Brian Penfold (University of Wolverhampton), A soft place to fall (or at least to have a sit down for a while)
- Wendy Clark, Jackie Adamson, Jamie Thompson and Alan White (Northumbria University), “Illuminating and measuring personal development: the impact of this work on learning and teaching”.
- John Peters and Mark Tymms (University of Worcester) Defining Personal Development Planning: putting the personal in PDP?
PDP 19 - May 2010
- Neil Currant (University of Bradford), Diachronic identity and development: A threshold concept for e-portfolio learning?
- Professor Beverley Oliver (Curtin University (AUS)), Engaging graduates, employers and faculty in employability in the Web 2.0 world
- Alison Felce and Emma Purnell (University of Wolverhampton), Using an e-portfolio based pedagogy for work-based learners: Action research and emerging practice.
- Jackie Haigh and Carol Higgison (University of Bradford), Weight or Float?: Perspectives on using eportfolio as a self development tool in an undergraduate Midwifery programme.
- Jon Curwin, Jo Powell , Michael Schmidt and Alan Staley (Birmingham City University), The experience of making an e-portfolio work for students and staff: the use of Mahara at Birmingham City Business School,
- Maria Rodriguez-Yborra and Barbara Thomas (University of Bolton), Piloting, Informing, Embedding, Revisiting and Evaluating e PDP in a School of Arts, Media and Education at the University of Bolton.
PDP 18 - March 2010
- Allan Howells and Richard Gill, Developing Protocols to recognise wider student achievement in the HEAR: The Keele Experience.
- Adrian Jones, Getting real about education/ business links.
- Joy Collier and Laura Brown, Student Stories; Real studies, Real voices, Real journeys
PDP 17 - November 2009
- Nicholas Bowskill & Kelvin Smith (University of Glasgow), Shared Thinking as a Social Approach to PDP
- Stephanie Richardson (Institute of Physics), Disparate Adult Learners and E-Portfolio Systems- Lessons Learned by the Institute of Physics
- Louise Frith (University of Kent), A Threshold Concepts approach to PDP
- Alison James (London College of Fashion), Personal & Professional Development at University of the Arts London: Introducing PPD Coach.
PDP 16 - March 2009
- Harriet Barnes (QAA), Personal Development Planning: Guidance for Institutional policy and practice in Higher Education
- Mark Atlay (University of Bedfordshire), PDP and Subject benchmarks – are we making progress?
- Lorraine Weaver and Debbie Holmes (University of Worcester), Personal Development Planning based on subject-specific QAA benchmark skills
- Nicola Langton (University of Reading), iLearn@Reading: Adapting Blackboard to support student (and staff) engagement in PDP. The journey so far…
- Cheri Logan (University of Cumbria), e-Portfolios for Art, Design and Media
- Matt Mobbs (University of Leicester), Moving forward from piloting e-Portfolios: applying the lessons learnt to wider adoption
- Tim Farthing (VESA), A quick guide to the latest 13-19 developments – follow up to the workshop at the CRA conference in November 2008
PDP 15 - December 2008
- Aminder Nijjar (CRA), A survey of implementing PDP with students in Higher Education
- Kirsty Miller and Jonathan Weyers (University of Dundee), Enhancing PDP Activities in Scottish Higher Education Institutions through Effective Strategy, Policy and Practice: a Toolkit
- Mark Atlay (University of Bedfordshire), HEAR today, gone tomorrow
- Lisa Gray (JISC), e-Portfolios: Tools for 21st century learning
- Alfredo Gaitan, Rob Manton and Maja Jankowska, (University of Bedfordshire), Moving forward from piloting e-Portfolios: applying the lessons learnt to wider adoption
- Louise Frith (University of Kent), A year in the life of an e-Portfolio
PDP 14 - May 2008
- Robin Webster and Adrienne Carmichael (Cumbria 14-19 Development Team), The Class of 2013
- Jill Cosh (Anglia Ruskin), Outcomes of a Personal Development Planning Evaluation Project at Anglia Ruskin University
- Emma Purnell and Megan Lawton (University of Wolverhampton), Exploring the path to e-PDP
- Erica Morris and Rachel Hawkins (Open University), Learning with the Open University: re-thinking PDP resources and tools
- Alex Haig (NHS Scotland), e-Portfolios: the NHS experience
- Karin Crawford (University of Lincoln), Researching Academic Perspectives on Continuing Professional Development in Higher Education
PDP 13 - February 2008
- Shane Sutherland (Pebble Learning) and Alan Paull (Project Manager, APS), Portfolios in Successful HE Admissions: A Project Overview
- Louise Frith (University of Kent), Things to do with a Personal Learning Environment: PDP at the University of Kent
- Derry Corey and Sue Lea (University College Plymouth St Mark & St John), Embedded PDP: improving students’ writing to bridge the gap between ‘A’ level, Access and APL
- Jan Anderson (University of Teesside), Personal Development Planning (PDP): Acknowledging skills, graduateness and beyond
- Amina Uddin (Bournemouth University), Exploring attitudes to PDP and e-Portfolios held by Health and Creative Industries students and professionals
- Rob Ward (CRA) and Gillian Hallam (Queensland University of Technology), The Australian e-Portfolio symposium: perspectives from another place
PDP 12 - December 2007
- Rob Ward (CRA), The opportunities and challenges of Burgess…
- Serena Bufton, Susannah Diamond, Ester Ehiyazaryan, Damien Fitzgerald and Richard Pountney (Sheffield Hallam), Using e-portfolios to help students reflect upon and improve their learning: A research project
- Gill Scott and Roger Clark (Greater Manchester Strategic Alliance), PDP for Learners in Employment
- Kirsty Miller (University of Dundee) and Allan Martin (University of Glasgow), Is there a role for PDP in developing the first year ‘as a transformative experience for students’?
- Shane Sutherland (Pebble Learning), What is not an e-portfolio- a better place to start?
- John Peters (University of Worcester) and Sue Burkinshaw (University of Bolton), The national action research network for researching and evaluating PDP and e-portfolio practice [NARN-PDP]
- Simon Cotterill (Newcastle University), Alan White (Northumbria University) and Becka Currant (University of Bradford), Using Web 2.0 to Support PDP
- Jayne Mitchell (QAA), Revising the Guidelines for Personal Development Planning: an update on progress
PDP 11 - June 2007
- Jonathan Weyers (University of Dundee), An Analysis of Policy and Strategy Factors in Relation to PDP
- Janet Strivens (CRA and University of Liverpool), Personal development planning and personal tutoring: training staff for the role
- Emma Purnell and Paul Towers (University of Wolverhampton), Pass it on…experiences of cascade mentoring
- Rob Ward (CRA), Researching and Evaluating Personal Development Planning and eportfolio: steps towards supporting practitioner researchers.
- Jamie Thompson (University of Northumbria), Measuring Development? The ELLI in HE project.
- Michael Schmidt (Birmingham City University), ‘Cost free’ solutions to the eportfolio challenge?
PDP 10 - March 2007
- Wes Streeting (National Union of Students), PDP and Beyond; a perspective from the student world
- Karen O'Rourke (University of Manchester), Dragons’ Den comes to Manchester!
- Pauline Kneale (University of Leeds), Introducing students to workplace PDPs
- Peter Stordy (University of Sheffield), A REAListic Approach to PDP: ‘Reflection, Employability And Learning’
- Louise Frith (University of Kent), Student engagement with PDP at Kent
- Frank Goodridge and Sue Burkinshaw (University of Bolton), An evaluation of the Personal Development Planning Initiative (framework) for students studying at the University of Bolton.
- Joan Cartledge (University of Birmingham), Stand Out in the Crowd: Personal Development Planning at the University of Birmingham
- Jill Cosh (Anglia Ruskin), PDP in The Faculty of Art, Law and Social Sciences at Anglia Ruskin University. Engagement vs Consistency
PDP 09 - December 2006
- Megan Lawton (University of Wolverhampton), Can a systems thinking approach using Soft Systems Methodology (SSM) be used to research PDP?
- Pamela Irwin (Greater Manchester Strategic Alliance), Supporting and Evaluating Personal Development Planning in a Workbased Project via a Capstone Portfolio.
- Dominic Micklewright (University of Essex), Student Intentions in Personal Development Planning
- Holger Andersson, Stephen Gomez, Karen Croker and David Lush (UWE), PDP Evaluation: Giving students a say.
- Robert Johnson (University of Warwick), Winning Hearts and Minds: An Implementation and Evaluation Toolkit
- Linda Hodgkinson and Chris Dillon (Open University), PDP processes to enhance employability and professional development
- Christopher Murray (University of Leeds) and Neil Currant (University of Bradford), Models of E-portfolio Engagement
- Patricia McKellar (University of Warwick) and Karen Barton (University of Strathclyde), E-Portfolios within Professional Training
- Julie Hughes (University of Wolverhampton), Eportfolio storytelling as ‘everyday theorising’. Exploring professional learning narratives, digital ‘becoming’ and blogging as transformative socio-cultural spaces.
- Carina Buckley (University of Portsmouth), Designing an evidence-informed PDP environment to develop learner biographies
- Hanno van Keulen (Utrecht University), PDP portfolios in Utrecht University, The Netherlands
- Sarah Wilson-Medhurst (London Metropolitan University), Evaluating the impact of personal development planning on students’ self-efficacy
PDP 08 - June 2006
- Neil Currant (University of Bradford) and Christopher Murray (University of Leeds), A Planned Approach to Considering Applying to a University using an e-Portfolio
- Robert Johnson (University of Warwick), PDP Pitfalls and How to Overcome Them
- Angela Tomkins (University of Gloucestershire), The Use of Storytelling in Supporting the Reflective Writing Process … students’ perspectives
- Swatee Deepak (Student Volunteering England), Personal Development Planning and Student Volunteers
- Andrea Duncan (University of Northampton), PDP and Employability: Making it work in Practice
- Mike Killingly (CRA), PDP – Do employers know enough and does it matter anyway?
- Rebecca Fielding (Co-Op Group), PDP and life after University – the Co-operative Group’s perspective
PDP 07 - March 2006
- Mike Mortimer (University of West London), Supporting Students: Personal Development Planning (PDP) in the Faculty of Professional Studies
- Paul Chin (HEA), PDP In The Physical Sciences
- Joan Hoggan (British Council), The British Council PDP for English Language Assistants
- David Owen (UWE Student Rep), Personal Development Plans for Student Representatives
- Helena Attardo (CILIP), Mentoring for the Chartered Institute of Library & Information Professionals (CILIP)
- John Peters (CRA), Researching student attitudes to Personal Development Planning (PDP)
PDP 06 - December 2005
- Norman Jackson (Surrey Centre for Excellence in Professional Training and Education), Towards the tipping point: an intensely personal view of Progress Files and PDP
- Dominic Micklewright, Quick Start PDP: Meeting the 2005/06 Deadline
- Peter Lumsden (UCLan), PDP – Starting from where we are in Learning and Teaching terms
- Janet Strivens (CRA), Supporting learning from reflection
- Anna Home (University of Bristol), Online PDP and Data Protection
- Darren Cambridge (George Mason University), A US Perspective: Self-Directed Lifelong Learning with ‘e-Folio Minnesota’ through Facilitating Audience and Ownership.
PDP 05 - September 2005
- Miho Taguman (OECD), e-Portfolio and its implications – from an electronic recording system to a policy tool to locate the mission of traditional education and training in a wider policy perspective
- Bill Leivers and Fiona Henry (Loughborough College), e-Progress File developments at Loughborough College
- Judith Done (University of Chester), Reviewing progress at Chester
- Graham Thomas (Queen Mary, University of London), Promoting opportunities for skills and personal development
- Ian White (University of Hull), HULL – The PDP-friendly University?
- Peter Rivers and Roy Seden, Personal Development Planning: How can we encourage students to participate?
PDP 04 - June 2005
- Jane Edwards (University of Wolverhampton), Developing an e-Portfolio: a personal view from the user community
- Brenda Brown (CRA), Pick yourself up – dust yourself off – but DON’T start all over again . . .(A view from the 14–19 sector following the Education and Skills White Paper)
- Carolyne Jacobs (University of Portsmouth), Does PDP enhance students’ employability? Five major employers think so . . .
- Pam Calabro (Anglia Ruskin), Who or What is a PDP Practitioner?
- Paul Rodaway (University of the West of Scotland), From Personal Development Planning to Individualised Support for Learning through Further and Higher Education
- Helen Richardson (CRA), Getting What You Want: Supporting ePortfolio Implementation
PDP 03 - April 2005
- Cliona O'Neill (University of Glamorgan), Wales PDP network and developments in Wales
- Mick Betts and Pam Calabro (Anglia Ruskin), Building an institutional infrastructure in support of PDP: Key enablers and inhibitors
- Pauline Kneale (University of Leeds), Linking student development planning to employability
- Mark Atlay (University of Bedfordshire), PDP: To assess or not to assess?
PDP 02 - February 2005
- Melissa Shaw (UCLan), PDP for Postgraduate Researchers
- Debra McFarlane-Dick (University of Glasgow), Designing an on-line Personal Development Plan (PDP)
- Pauline Kneale and Ian Hughes (University of Leeds), Employers’ appraisals tell you what they value in graduates – are you and your students using this resource?
- Helen Richardson (CRA and University of Manchester), Things to think about when considering ePortfolios
- Heather Gibson (QAA), Effective Learning Framework
PDP 01 - December 2004
- Greg Wade (Universities UK), Who are the Progress File Implementation Group?
- Bob Burgess (University of Leicester), Measuring and Recording Student Achievement’ (The Burgess Report)
- Janet Strives (CRA and University of Liverpool), Student and Faculty Electronic Portfolios – 25/26 October 2004 International Meeting of US Disciplinary Associations and UK Subject Centres
- Shane Sutherland (University of Wolverhampton), Reflections of a CRA virgin