Transformative eLearning and Portfolio Careers in Higher Education

Le Rossignol, Karen and Kelly, Meghan 2021, Transformative eLearning and Portfolio Careers in Higher Education. In Crawford, C and Simons, M (ed), eLearning engagement in a transformative social learning environment, IGI Global, Hershey, Pa., pp.263-278, doi: 10.4018/978-1-7998-6956-6.ch013.

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Title Transformative eLearning and Portfolio Careers in Higher Education
Author(s) Le Rossignol, KarenORCID iD for Le Rossignol, Karen
Kelly, MeghanORCID iD for Kelly, Meghan
Title of book eLearning engagement in a transformative social learning environment
Editor(s) Crawford, C
Simons, M
Publication date 2021
Chapter number 13
Total chapters 14
Start page 263
End page 278
Total pages 16
Publisher IGI Global
Place of Publication Hershey, Pa.
Keyword(s) Work-integrated Learning, Digital Narratives, Professional Workplace Contexts, Portfolio Career, Shape-shifting Portfolio Mindset, Learner Agency, Digital Scenarios, Disruption, Future Work Skills
Summary Distance learning has become a mainstream reality with the disruptive impact of the global pandemic COVID-19, pivoting to online delivery of learning across all sectors of teaching and learning. Within work-integrated learning (WIL) contexts, the digital storytelling program outlined in this chapter provides transformative and immersive digital workplace contexts and narratives to position student projects as professional work-oriented learning. The value of using a digital storytelling strategy is its capacity to give learners agency in skills acquisition and personal growth, preparing graduates for curating their stories across lifelong change and uncertainty. This chapter has positioned the digital narratives of work-oriented learning as contexts for learners to develop portfolio career mindsets best suited to a future world of work. This mindset will lead graduates to the concept of a portfolio career which is adaptable to disruptive change and flexible in transferring skills and knowledge across a range of positions and tasks.
ISBN 9781799869566
ISSN 2326-8905
Language eng
DOI 10.4018/978-1-7998-6956-6.ch013
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HERDC Research category B1 Book chapter
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