How does it work?

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  • Uploading Existing Files

    The first way learners can capture evidence is by uploading an existing file and attaching a relevant description. This is the quickest method as it allows learners to use existing work in its original format.

    Creating Webpages

    The second method involves creating webpages using the WYSIWYG editor . The webpages are designed to showcase evidence and may contain photos, images, tables and hyperlinks to uploaded files. They can be completely free-form or based on specific templates set by the school or supplied by third-parties.

    The evidence - whether it's in the form of a webpage or an uploaded file is then published in the relevant categories of the eportfolio.

  • The finished ePortfolios are valuable assets to both the school and the students who create them. They can be used by the school as a means to assess learning, provide valuable evidence to Ofsted and demonstrate best practice to the outside world.

    Learners can export their ePortfolios (to a website or CD-ROM) and use them to support further education or as an addition to their CV as they seek employment.