An e-portfolio is a learner-created collection of digital items: ideas, evidence, reflections, feedback, which presents a selected audience with evidence of a person's learning and/or ability.
‘e-Portfolio-based learning' – the process of planning, compiling, sharing, discussing, reflecting, giving and receiving feedback – is the focus of increasing attention because it is as important as the e-portfolio itself. e-Portfolio tools and systems can support learners in developing these processes.
JISC has been investigating a number of issues relating to the use of e-portfolio tools and systems, and technology-supported personal development planning (PDP) in a range of contexts for a range of purposes. See an overview of JISC's e-Portfolio activities
Key e-portfolios activities
The JISC e-learning programme enables the development and effective use of digital technologies to support learning and teaching in universities and colleges, so that staff benefit from e-learning...
e-Learning Frameworks and Tools programme
The e-Learning Framework is a service-oriented factoring of the core services required to support e-Learning applications, portals and other user agents.
Transforming curriculum delivery through technology
It is important for institutions to develop more flexible and creative models of delivery to support the development of autonomous, lifelong learners who are skilled in reflecting on their learning...
Users & Innovation: Personalising Technologies
Based on the needs of real end-users, the programme will identify areas where innovative user technologies and practices can increase efficiency.
e-Learning Capital programme
The e-Learning Capital programme is an £11.36 million investment to support the sector in harnessing the potential of e-learning to support lifelong learners.
e-Accreditation of prior experiential learning
This project will be using e-learning technologies to automate aspects of the process and enhance the service offered to Learning Through Work students.
Kingston uplift for business education
This project aims to develop and evaluate models of good practice in using technology to transform the teaching, learning and assessment in higher-level business education delivered at Kingston...
This project aims to implement new strategies to create improved curriculum delivery models that allow the Department of Continuing Education to respond more flexibly to stakeholders’ needs. The...
Making the new diploma a success
This project will address a national challenge – the introduction of the new diplomas. The key challenge is the coordination of delivery and support from a variety of locations such as schools, the...
Making assessment count
This project will enhance curriculum delivery through the development of an innovative assessment feedback process. Simple e-based technologies (specifically blogs and online questionnaires) will be...