This section of the web site is managed by:
The University of British Columbia has a wiki on Eportfolios, which is an excellent guide for both academics and students, with some good examples
The Electronic Portfolio Consortium (ePortConsortium)
The Electronic Portfolio Consortium, or ePortConsortium, is an association of individuals from 68 countries and more than 800 higher educational and IT commercial institutions from around the world, a group of people interested in the development of academic e-Portfolio software systems and the establishment of interoperability standards for such systems.
The Inter/National Coalition for Electronic Portfolio Research
The Inter/National Coalition for Electronic Portfolio Research convenes research/practitioners to study the impact of e-Portfolios on student learning and educational outcomes.
Open Source Portfolio (OSP)
Open Source Portfolio (OSP) provides Tools for Students and for Faculty
More self-esteem with my e-Portfolio (MOSEP)
MOSEP is a European project, funded under the Leonardo da Vinci Programme 2006-2008 (Pilot Projects). The aim of the project is to develop a set of measures for the use of e-portfolios in different contexts in order to strengthen the self-esteem of young learners.
This site developed by JISC, UK, provides a large range of resources on the design of e-portfolios
An interesting guide about e-Portfolios by Jon Mueller, Professor of Psychology at North Central College in Naperville, Illinois, USA
Helen Barrett’s offers a wide list of resources on e-portfolios; presentations, interesting comments and references. She has created this blog to discuss her ideas on electronic portfolios to support lifelong learning. She hopes to share some of her concerns about the current direction of electronic portfolios in Higher Education and K-12 schools.
Ray Tolley, a consultant in ICT to schools, has operated this blog on e-portfolios since 2007
Graham Attwell has a thoughtful min-series of blogs on this topic. See:
Attwell, G. (2009) e-portfolios-WTF Pontydysgu: Bridge to Learning, September 4
Attwell, G. (2010) Re-thinking e-portfolios Pontydysgu: Bridge to Learning, March 14
Attwell, G. (2010) More notes on e-Portfolios, PLEs, Web 2.0 and social software Pontydysgu: Bridge to Learning, March 16
Attwell, G. (2010) Using media for e-portfolios and Personal Learning Environments Pontydysgu: Bridge to Learning, March 17