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2008 Links

MOSEP - More self esteem with my ePortfolio


MOSEP - More self esteem with my ePortfolio - MOSEP is a European project, funded by the European commission (Leonardo da Vinci). The objective is to develop a set of ePortfolio Tutorials for initial teacher-trainers, in-service teacher-trainers and vocational counsellors to use to help to prepare teachers and trainers to work with learners who are using ePortfolios.

Mahara Update


Personal comment: I have not seen this, but I hear it is really quite a step forward, has some neat drag and drop, and is another step towards being a good usable solution. --Derekc 13:43, 17 July 2008 (NZST)

Event: Portfolios for Learning April 3 2007

Tuesday April 3rd 2007

Dr. Helen Barrett Dr. Evangeline Stefanakis

“A portfolio is a purposeful collection of student work that demonstrates effort, progress and achievement: a portfolio provides a richer picture of student performance than can be gained from more traditional, objective forms of assessment.” Helen Barrett (1999)ELECTRONIC TEACHING PORTFOLIOS http://electronicportfolios.com/portfolios/site99.html accessed 4 April, 2007

Website Links on e-Portfolios

Various other links

[From the VET sector] Supporting transitions

Examples of Helen and Evangeline’s Work



Information on Mahara

weblink (available within the university only) You can register an account. Remember this is a beta version that is being tested

  • Introduction to Mahara (1.7 MB PowerPoint Presentation)


  • Mahara flyer (261KB PDF)


  • Mahara Student User Guide (2MB PDF)


  • Mahara Staff User Guide (2MB PDF)


  • Mahara Development Roadmap


  • ePortfolio Research Report (2MB PDF)