Resource on ePortfolio
Questionnaire on ePortfolio
To all Year 1 students,
We would like to hear your views on the resources and support for using ePortfolios at HKIEd! Please complete the online survey with the link below.
Online Survey: https://mach.ied.edu.hk/machform/view.php?id=1224
It takes only 5 minutes to complete. Your feedback will be most valuable to us and all feedback you provided will remain confidential and will be analyzed anonymously. For more information, please contact Miss Alexandra Ngai (email@example.com) or Mr Vincent Hung (firstname.lastname@example.org) from the Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology.
Thank you very much in advance for your participation!
Notice: Default disk quota increased to 200MByte
Please be informed that in view of the growing demand, the default disk quota for Mahara users has been increased from 100MByte to 200MByte. Due to technical limitations, we might not be able to further increase the quota in a short period of time. Users might need to resize large photo before uploading to Mahara and put video files in the Google Drive for Education accounts provided by the Institute and embedded the hyperlink in their portfolio.
Thank you for your attention.
ePortfolios for students
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 HKIEd. 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. For more details, please visit: www.ied.edu.hk/lttc/ePortfolio.
Digital Teaching Portfolios for academic and teaching staff
Funded by the Teaching Development Grant, this project was launched across the Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) in 2011 in an attempt to build a professional learning community via the use of digital teaching portfolio as a professional development tool. Since its launch, we have engaged staff members from various Departments and Units to develop digital teaching portfolios for professional development and knowledge exchange. For more information, please visit: www.ied.edu.hk/lttc/dtp.
Create and collect
Develop your portfolio
Showcase your portfolio
Organise your portfolio into pages. Create different pages for different audiences - you choose the elements to include.
Share and network
Find friends and join groups