• PebbleBash '16 Publications

    Designed to empower you to generate bright ideas on how to help your organisation and your learners become future ready.

 
 

PebbleBash '16 Publications.

Future Ready - Equipping learners for the journey ahead.

 

 
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We have published a collection of case studies presented at our PebbleBash'16 conference in a handy book - full of ideas and inspiration.

Edited by Alison Poot
ISBN 978-0-9565641-4-6
Published by Pebble Learning © 2016

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Case Studies

 

 

Pompeii by PebblePad
Dr. Joanne Berry, Department of Classics, Ancient History and Egyptology, Swansea University, UK


The PUPPI Project: The Plymouth University Phase 2 PebblePad Implementation Project
Victoria Curry, Dan Metcalfe, & Emma Purnell, Academic Support, Technology & Innovation, Plymouth University, UK


Using PebblePad for clinical assessment within an Operating Department Practice Programme: Considering the results of an empirical evaluation of student perspective and the potential for CPD
Rebecca Daly, Operating Department Practice, University of Hull, UK


Monitoring and evaluating clinical skills using a customised online learning portfolio
Ruth Druva, Professor Marilyn Baird & John McInerney, Department of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences, Monash University, AU


The Pocket Portfolio: Workplace based assessment and feedback in Medicine
Paul Duvall, School of Medicine, University of Liverpool, UK


The articulation of Admiral Nursing, specialist dementia nursing practice: A case study exploring the use of the PebblePad eportfolio in professional nursing practice.
Dr Karen Harrison Dening, Dementia UK, UK and Amy Pepper, London Borough of Sutton Admiral Nursing Services, UK


A new approach to confirmation of skill acquisition
Andrew Kirke, Ann Ball & Sharyn Edwards, Faculty of Paramedic Practice, Sheffield Hallam University, UK


Proposing the use of Agile Project Methodology approaches to improve eportfolio design
Patrick Lynch & Persefoni Stylianoudaki, Learning Enhancement & Academic Practice, The University of Hull, UK


Integrating PebblePad throughout an undergraduate nursing curriculum to build student nurses’ beginning professional eportfolios
Dr Caroline Nilson & Dr Martin Hopkins, School of Health Professions, Discipline of Nursing, Murdoch University, AU


Using PebblePad to facilitate health care students’ transition to professional practice
Dr Eileen O’Leary, Dr Kevin Murphy, Dr Margaret Bermingham, & Dr JJ Keating, School of Pharmacy, University College Cork, IRL


Preparing our students for the best job not just any job: Helping our pre-registration nursing and midwifery students to use their PebblePad electronic portfolio as a platform to showcase their employment potential
Fiona Powling, Department of Health Sciences, University of York, UK


Towards an eportfolio culture: One institution’s journey
Candyce Reynolds, Educational Leadership and Policy, Portland State University, US and Melissa Pirie, School of Business Administration, Portland State University, US


ePortfolio for Police volunteering making learners ‘future ready’
Paul Richards, Plymouth Law School, Plymouth University, UK and Emma Purnell, Academic Support, Technology & Innovation, Plymouth University, UK


Designing a faculty-wide PebblePad strategy for future readiness
Joy Robbins, Centre for Educational Development, University of Bradford, UK


Using PebblePad for professional development in universities
Priscilla Trahar, Centre for Support and Advancement of Learning and Teaching (C~SALT), University of the Sunshine Coast, AU


Structuring the learning; Personalising the experience
Dr Sarah Tuck, Plymouth Business School, Plymouth University, UK and Emma Purnell, Academic Support, Technology & Innovation, Plymouth University, UK


Using PebblePad for dissertation management within Newcastle Business School
Patrick Viney, Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University, UK


Catching the Wave Together: Using PebblePad to support collaborative simulation in legal practice
Rachel Wood, Department of Law, The University of the West of England, UK


The challenge of moving clinical assessment online for a whole of nursing curriculum
Terry Young, La Trobe Learning & Teaching, La Trobe University, AU and Yangama Jokwiro, School of Nursing & Midwifery, La Trobe University, AU


Learning through reflection: An innovative educational strategy for clinical competency assessment in Oral Health/Dentistry using PebblePad
Terry Young, La Trobe Learning & Teaching, La Trobe University, AU and Ron Knevel & Sarah Down, Oral Health Sciences, La Trobe University, AU

 

 

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