Evernote – IS a personal e-portfolio solution for students!
Back in April 2009 I posted Evernote – a personal e-portfolio solution for students?. In the post I highlighted how the features of this young start-up potentially made it a nice solution for a FREE ‘personal’ e-portfolio (that is, removed from the shackles of institutionally bought systems). At the time though I did point out […]
RSC-MP3: Interview with Colin Dalziel about the next version of PebblePad #eportfolio
It’s been a while since I’ve done a podcast but whilst at the Enhancement Themes conference last week in between promoting JISC and the Services I managed an impromptu interview with Colin Dalziel from Pebble Learning to ask him about the next version of PebblePad, version 3, which is due out by the end of […]
Morphic Resonance, Threshold Concepts, e-Portfolios and OERs
[flickr]3680135473[/flickr] Probably the most unlikely blog post title ever, let me expand. On Friday we had our ePortfolio Scotland 2010 conference at Queen Margaret University. The final presentation on the day was by Dr Gordon Joyce entitled ‘JISC Effective Practice with e-Portfolios – Where are we now?’. As well as giving an overview/update of the […]
Evernote – a personal e-portfolio solution for students?
Evernote – Remember everything Last year I highlighted the Evernote as a notetaking tool for the 21st century. Since then I’ve continued to explore this service and believe it could potentially be a personalised e-portfolio for students. In this post I want to highlight why I think Evernote fulfils this role and how it might […]