A learning portfolio allows the learner to collect, select, reflect and present evidence of their learning journey over time--be it electronic or otherwise--which can be used for development, presentation and/or assessment by:
Using the CourseLink ePortfolio, users have access to a private webspace where they can create, upload and organize artifacts and reflections from their experiences, whether they be related to academic, experiential, career, extracurricular or personal pursuits. These artifacts and reflections form the building blocks to build web-based presentations that can be shared with others within and outside of the University.
Every student, faculty and staff member of the University of Guelph has access to the ePortfolio tool within CourseLink. A growing number of courses and programs are embracing the CourseLink ePortfolio and incorporating it into curriculum and assessment.
For more information about learning portfolios at the University of Guelph, please contact our Instructional Technology Specialist team.