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7 Ways To Create E-Portfolios

Replacing paper portfolios of yore, electronic portfolios are the newest way to showcase your school work or career search materials. They're also used in the classroom to teach and grade.
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The New Zealand Ministry of Education put together a detailed set of guidelines for people looking to get started with e-portfolios. The Digital Portfolios Guidelines includes checklists, suggested timelines, recommendations for policy and numerous case studies. The list of available tools for creating an e-portfolio has changed since this doc was published, but the guidelines are still solid.

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7/21/2014 | 5:23:44 PM
Portfolium
This is great! Another online resource that allows the user to create a free e-portfolio is Portfolium.com
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12/3/2015 | 8:20:47 PM
Another porfolio - Exibi
There's another portfolio system built for K12 called Exibi. It also has a free version. It follows the model of a private workspace where teachers and students can reflect and grow, and the ability to publish to public showcases where they can share their accomplishments.
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