Green Impact ePortfolio contest

Thank you to everyone for your entries. The contest is now closed to new submissions.

The contest

Win a prize for a simple ePortfolio page!

To enter:

  1. Create a new Page in PebblePad on the theme: “What our team has learned” (full details below). 
    You can easily log in to PebblePad using your student/staff account and click Get Creative to create a new Page. (Guidelines: See an example in PebblePad with an optional instructional video.)
  2. Create a web-sharing link in PebblePad. Please do not add an expiry date to your link.
  3. Submit your web-share link by clicking the button at the top of this page and filling out the one-page Qualtrics survey.

The prizes

Prizes will be awarded in November 2022.

The prizes are:

All six winning entries will also be displayed on the University of Melbourne website’s showcase page as an example of excellent ePortfolio practice – a great link to share on LinkedIn or with prospective employers, should you wish to.

The prompt

In PebblePad, create a Page on the theme “What our team has learned”.

Log in to PebblePad using your student/staff account and click Get Creative to create a new Page. (Guidelines: See an example in PebblePad with an optional instructional video.) You may make several Pages to make a Portfolio if you wish, but you need to create at least one PebblePad Page.

You may use text, imagery, audio files and video files in any combination you like. You are most welcome to use existing materials from your activities. For example, you may like to include images of your team attending an event, images of team members working on individual activities, that you have taken throughout the year. If you prefer to work entirely in text, that’s okay as well, or any other mode – if you’d like to include audio or video recordings, etc. An entry could even comprise a recording of your team presenting together on Zoom, along with a brief text introduction.

Your work must comply with copyright law – that is, we must not plagiarise others’ work. Creative Commons (CC) work is absolutely okay if you choose to incorporate it; just be sure to attribute the creator if the CC licence includes “BY”.

Criteria for winning entries

A panel will select winners whose work:

  • Demonstrates reflection (whether through reflective writing or any other mode, such as video)
  • Tells a story in a cohesive, curated way
  • Abides by copyright regulations.

The panel will favourably consider entries that show a process of learning from a mistake, failure, or an early design or plan that had to be changed.

Questions

If you have questions that are not answered on this page, you can contact us at ePortfolio-contest@unimelb.edu.au.

Privacy collection notice

  • Personal information, rights, and privacy details.
    Why we collect your personal information

    Learning Environments is collecting and processing your personal information to:

    • Administer an ePortfolio contest
    • Publicly display sample ePortfolios to others who may wish to use digital portfolios for educational purposes.

    The "processing" of personal information refers to all activities relating to the management of your personal information, from its collection and use, through to its storage and disposal, and everything in between.

    How we process your personal information

    We will process your personal information as necessary for our legitimate interests, in accordance with applicable privacy laws, and only under the following circumstances:

    • for the purpose for which it was collected; or
    • a related purpose which you might reasonably expect; or
    • where you have consented to the processing; or
    • if we are required or permitted to do so by law.

    We may share your personal information with contracted service providers or partners engaged by us to perform legitimate functions on our behalf.

    The University is using its Qualtrics business account to survey competition participants, and third-party ePortfolio system PebblePad to host student portfolios. If you choose to participate, a link to your ePortfolio will be stored and displayed on our publicly available website. You may choose what
    personal information to include/exclude in your ePortfolio. The University recommends that you review the PebblePad Privacy Policy and Terms of Service to understand how they manage personal information.

    In some instances, your personal information may be transferred outside of Victoria (for example, where providers are located interstate or internationally, or use a cloud-based system with servers based in other jurisdictions). We take all reasonable steps to ensure that the interstate or overseas
    transfer of personal information is in accordance with our privacy obligations as outlined in the University’s General Privacy Statement. Qualtrics and PebblePad host their data within Australia.

    If you choose not to provide the information requested, we will not be able to process a contest entry for you.

    Further privacy information

    Refer to the University’s General Privacy Statement or other privacy statements
    for general information about how we process and protect personal information, including:

    • our lawful basis for processing personal information;
    • collection, use and disclosure of personal information;
    • accuracy, security and storage of personal information;
    • retention and disposal of personal information;
    • your individual rights; and
    • applicable privacy laws.

    Refer to the University’s Online Privacy Statement for information about how personal information may be automatically collected from you, such as through the use of cookies, as a result of your visit to websites controlled by the University.

    Your rights

    You may request access to, or correction of, your personal information we hold, or exercise your individual rights as applicable under relevant privacy laws, unless this would have an unreasonable impact on the privacy of others or would contravene the University’s other legislative obligations.

    If the lawful collection of your personal information is based on your consent, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time. However, this will not affect the lawfulness of our processing of your information prior to you withdrawing your consent.

    Privacy contact information

    For further information, you can contact us at ePortfolio-contest@unimelb.edu.au.

    For further information about how the University manages personal information, and for details of how to make an enquiry, lodge a complaint, or to contact the University’s Privacy and Data Protection Officer, please refer to our Privacy webpage, view the University's Privacy Policy or contact privacy-officer@unimelb.edu.au.