I am interested in utilizing a Web 2.0 application that would allow for the creation of student ePortfolios. I have heard that Pearl is an open source software that allows for this, but I am not sure of the ease of use or any limitations. If anyone has any thoughts on Pearl or any other suggestions, it would really be appreciated!

Thank you in advance.

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My school asked a group of staff members to look into the possibility of creating a career portfolio project for our 9-12 Career and Technical Education school. The concept was to create a binder-type document. The more I looked into the project and started building prototypes, the more I was convinced this HAD to be an e-Portfolio project. Here is a sample of our e-portfolio. We're going to roll it out in early September and this sample together with our Moodle site seems to be a good combination for managing the project and collecting student assets/artifacts.

I'll be watching your thread for other suggestions,

Donna, have you looked at Yacapaca yet? It is free, hosted, and designed exclusively to meet the needs of school students. Yacapaca is best known for its animated quizzes, but the ePortfolio features are equally sophisticated. I would be very happy to show you around if that would be helpful.



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