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Why PebblePad Rocks

This post was contributed by Dr Frank Stadler, Research Fellow at the School of Medicine and Adjunct Research Fellow at… Read More

Q and A with Dr Chris Irwin

Dr Chris Irwin and colleagues in the Nutrition Team (Associate Professor Ben Desbrow and Miss Danielle McCartney), from the School of Allied Health… Read More

How do I use PebblePad to support competency framework activities?

Does your course require your students to demonstrate the achievement of particular skills or competencies? These might be to meet industry standards, professional frameworks or… Read More

How do I use PebblePad for an ePortfolio activity?

PebblePad can be used to support reflection, professional development, evidence collection and curation for student learning and assessment. The beauty of using PebblePad for this practice… Read More

Two new Griffith PebblePad webinars in August

Learning Futures is hosting two more lunch-time webinars on the 7th and 9th August that explore how PebblePad can be used to support student-centred activities:… Read More

How do I use PebblePad for Work Integrated Learning and Placements?

PebblePad can be used to support student activities while on placement or undertaking work integrated learning. You can create resources that guide students through their preparation, on-site… Read More

The University of Liverpool did that with PebblePad?

Paul Duvall, University of Liverpool We are very excited to welcome Paul Duvall, from the University of Liverpool, to Griffith on… Read More

How do I use PebblePad for a Reflection activity?

PebblePad is a great tool to adopt if you want your students to create an eportfolio… but the buck doesn’t stop there. You can create resources… Read More

On the Circuit (Health): Upcoming Conferences & Events

Our regular On the Circuit posts will keep you up to date with upcoming opportunities to attend and participate in diverse conferences and events Nationally and Internationally. Read More

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