Coining a new term – bPortfolios

I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about electronic portfolios recently.  Both faculty and students have been unhappy with our current implementation.  Faculty see the system as onerous because it doesn’t fit well with their current assessment practices. Students view the system as just another requirement, rather than as a way to reflect on their […]

Creating an ePortfolio with WordPress

How to create an ePortfolio with WordPress  In this link, ePortfolio guru Hellen Barrett explains how to create an electronic portfolio with Word Press. I like how her portfolio can be used both for demonstrating competency as well as to create a showcase of best work.  I’m starting to believe that a blog might be […]

Mahara – New ePortfolio solution

  Mahara – open source ePortfolio solution Here’s an interesting Web 2.0 ePortfolio solution from New Zealand. A quick review leads me to believe that it makes most of the current American portfolio solutions look outdated and expensive. Mahara provides an environment where student autonomy and learning in community can coexist. (delicious tags: eportfolio learning […]