Assessment

Assessment

Important Documents

The following documents contain all the important information regarding student conference assessments.

e-Portfolio

Important Documents

The following documents contain all the important information regarding student conference assessments.

e-Portfolio

e-Portfolio

What is the e-Portfolio?

The e-Portfolio is an opportunity for you to reflect upon your thoughts and experiences from MDSC 2017.  This is the main form of assessment for MD1, MD2 and MD3 students. In addition to maintaining professional behaviour standards, and 100% attendance, successful completion of the e-Portfolio is a hurdle requirement to attain a passing grade for the MDSC subject.

 

What is required for my e-Portfolio?

The requirements for e-Portfolio differ by year level. You will be required to complete a combination of compulsory (CE) and secondary elements (SE) to accumulate a total of 10 points. You may exceed 10 points, if you wish, but only 10 points worth of completed elements will be assessed.

The table below outlines the elements required for each year level. MD4 students do not have to complete the e-Portfolio but will need to complete the peer review.

 

Compulsory elements Secondary elements
Reflection (3 points) Evaluation (1 point) Peer Review (2 points) 7 elements to choose from (2 points each)
MD1   Any 3 secondary elements
MD2 Any 2 secondary elements
MD3 Any 2 secondary elements
MD4     Not required

 
How do I complete my e-Portfolio?

The e-Portfolio can be completed by logging into your MD Connect account.
Log on to your MD Connect account (mdconnect.medicine.unimelb.edu.au)
Select ‘My Apps’ from the left hand menu.
Select ‘ePortfolio’.
Click ‘Elements’ on top of the screen.
Click ‘Add Element’ in the centre or right hand corner of the screen.
Select the Element type that you wish to complete.
When you finish, click ‘Save New’ to keep your new entry as a draft.
To submit, change the element status from ‘Draft’ to ‘Ready for Submission’.
Click ‘Submit e-Portfolio’ when you have gained enough points.

 
When is my e-Portfolio due?

Task Due date
e-Portfolio 12am Saturday 29/07/2017
Peer review (MD2-MD4) 12am Saturday 26/08/2017

 
Who can I contact if I have trouble completing my e-Portfolio?

Please email conf-assessment@melbournemdconference.org.au.

e-Portfolio

What is the e-Portfolio?

The e-Portfolio is an opportunity for you to reflect upon your thoughts and experiences from MDSC 2017.  This is the main form of assessment for MD1, MD2 and MD3 students. In addition to maintaining professional behaviour standards, and 100% attendance, successful completion of the e-Portfolio is a hurdle requirement to attain a passing grade for the MDSC subject.

 

What is required for my e-Portfolio?

The requirements for e-Portfolio differ by year level. You will be required to complete a combination of compulsory (CE) and secondary elements (SE) to accumulate a total of 10 points. You may exceed 10 points, if you wish, but only 10 points worth of completed elements will be assessed.

MD4 students do not have to complete the e-Portfolio but will need to complete the peer review.

 

How do I complete my e-Portfolio?

The e-Portfolio can be completed by logging into your MD Connect account.
Log on to your MD Connect account (mdconnect.medicine.unimelb.edu.au).
Select ‘My Apps’ from the left hand menu.
Select ‘ePortfolio’.
Click ‘Elements’ on top of the screen.
Click ‘Add Element’ in the centre or right hand corner of the screen.
Select the Element type that you wish to complete.
When you finish, click ‘Save New’ to keep your new entry as a draft.
To submit, change the element status from ‘Draft’ to ‘Ready for Submission’.
Click ‘Submit e-Portfolio’ when you have gained enough points.

 

When is my e-Portfolio due?

Task Due date
e-Portfolio 12am Saturday 29/07/2017
Peer review (MD2-MD4) 12am Saturday 26/08/2017

 

Who can I contact if I have trouble completing my e-Portfolio?

Please email conf-assessment@melbournemdconference.org.au.

MDRP

Summary of Key Tasks:

1. Bring poster to display at MDSC Monday June 26th (You must hang your poster prior to the first Keynote at 10:00AM).
2. Submit electronic PDF of your poster by 5pm 22nd June via online form: available here.
3. Complete 5x peer review of posters at MDSC via online form: available here.
4. Complete 2x MD3 e-portfolio peer reviews via MDconnect.
5. Remove your poster before the end of Lunch (by 1:30 PM) on Thursday June 29th. There will be no storage space provided – you can either keep it with you or check it into the cloakroom of the Melbourne Convention Centre.

 
MD Research Project Poster

All students are required to prepare and display a poster at the MD Student Conference. Submission of the poster is compulsory for all students and is worth 10% of the overall marks for the MD Research project 2. The poster will be displayed throughout MDSC.
All MD4 students have been allocated a poster number through an email to your student email address. This number will determine where you hang your poster at MDSC. You should have received this number by email to your unimelb student address. This email also allocated you 5 poster numbers to peer review during MDSC.

 

If you have any additional queries, please email
mdrp-assessment@melbournemdconference.org.au.

MDRP

Summary of Key Tasks:

1. Bring poster to display at MDSC Monday June 26th (You must hang your poster prior to the first Keynote at 10:00AM).
2. Submit electronic PDF of your poster by 5pm 22nd June via online form: available here.
3. Complete 5x peer review of posters at MDSC via online form: available here.
4. Complete 2x MD3 e-portfolio peer reviews via MDconnect.
5. Remove your poster before the end of Lunch (by 1:30 PM) on Thursday June 29th. There will be no storage space provided – you can either keep it with you or check it into the cloakroom of the Melbourne Convention Centre.

 

MD Research Project Poster

All students are required to prepare and display a poster at the MD Student Conference. Submission of the poster is compulsory for all students and is worth 10% of the overall marks for the MD Research project 2. The poster will be displayed throughout MDSC.
All MD4 students have been allocated a poster number through an email to your student email address. This number will determine where you hang your poster at MDSC. You should have received this number by email to your unimelb student address. This email also allocated you 5 poster numbers to peer review during MDSC.

 

If you have any additional queries, please email
mdrp-assessment@melbournemdconference.org.au.