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What is ePortfolio?

ePortfolio Tutorials - Create A Journal

ePortfolio Tutorial - Upload Files

The workshop is designed for all students who wish to learn using Mahara to build their ePortfolios with hands-on practice. The workshop will walk you through the essential steps in creating ePortfolio pages for different courses and learning activities. Students who are required to use ePortfolios for the General Education Foundation Course, English Enhancement Course and IT ePortfolio Checkingare recommended to join.

In this workshop, you will learn the basic concepts and techniques on how to create and share your ePortfolios in Mahara. By the end of this workshop, you will be able to:

 

  • Understand the ePortfolio concept

  • Set up your profile information

  • Create an ePortfolio Page with digital artifacts

  • Create secret URL for sharing/submission

  • Share ePortfolio pages with selected audiences

 

Duration: 60 minutes

Workshop(s) will be cancelled if the number of enrolment is below 5.
Online enrolment

 

ePortfolio Tutorial - Profile

ePortfolio Tutorials - Create A Page

ePortfolio Tutorials - Create A Collection

With the key objective of nurturing engaged and reflective learners, ePortfolio is implemented to offer a platform for students to manage, monitor and reflect upon their own learning during their study at EdUHK.
 
  • Empower students in monitoring and managing their own learning processes and trajectories.
  • Engage students in critically reflecting upon their learning and become lifelong learners. 
  • Create opportunities for students and staff to engage in technology-rich learning environments.
  • Support students in collecting evidences of their learning throughout 4/5 years of study.
  • Provide a platform for students to showcase their professional and 21st century competencies.

 

Students are required to use ePortfolio to document their formal and informal learning experiences in General Education, Language  Enhancement, Co-curricular Learning and Overseas Exchange Opportunities. Students who are enrolled in teacher education programmes would also use ePortfolio for their Field Experience.

Building the ePortfolio provides students with opportunities to consolidate and internalize the knowledge and skills acquired in the learning activities. The main learning outcomes at Year One: Students are able to create their own ePortfolio to document their learning evidences and reflective practices on selected courses.

 

For more details,
please visit: http://www.lttc.eduhk.hk/?p=3439