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anonymous

ePortfolio at Warwick - 0 views

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    This is a really good example of a pretty light touch ePortfolio 'system'. It's actually not an ePortfolio system at all!
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    I think this is a good example of not only a light-touch approach to ePortfolios but also a more enlightened approach to web publishing in general.
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    Yes - and nice to see their blogs being used - was looking at some PhD students portfolio's. (Warwick gave all students blogs a couple of years ago risky but looks as if it is paying off, nice blot software used). Raises the issue about public access - but I guess we are getting more relaxed about that?
David Andrew

George's posterous - a new companion for my other web presences - 0 views

  • NGTiP09 Portfolio typology further to Flourish Eportfolio needs to be discussed in respect of at least four dimensions:  1 Process - collection, selection, reflection, presentation  2 Tools and artefacts: - portfolio: items, systems, presentations (CV, assessed piece of work, etc)  3 Areas of application: - PDP, CPD, PDR, competency assessment, personal reflection  4 Cultures of use: - Disciplines, educational sector, professional bodies, learner preference, maturity, aptitude, attitude  Eportfolio processes are done with tools to produce artefacts for particular purposes. The tool and its habit of use has an effect on the shape of the artefact that it produces. The culture of the site of application determines the habit of use of the tool: there is a "way things are done 'round here."  One size won't fit all. Comments [0]
David Andrew

U6: E-portfolios - Supporting Distance Learners in the 21st Century - 0 views

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    Using google for eportfolios
anonymous

Academic Branding and Portfolio Control - 0 views

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    Really interesting blog posting by an academic about online portfolios specifically for academics. He favours the "roll your own" approach but the post raises lots of interesting questions like who 'owns' your profile and who has control over it.
anonymous

E-portfolio InfoKit - 0 views

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    A JISC infoNet infokit on e-portfolios. Lots and lots of useful information about e-portfolios here including 'what are they?', what e-portfolio systems are available, case studies of their use etc.
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    One of the more useful infokits
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