PROJECT

Digital portfolio

Tool for academic development and lifelong learning

A digital portfolio supports students in their development into academics and lifelong learners. It is used for job market orientation, professional skills, language skills and didactic competences. Students use it as a showcase for themselves and others; it supports lecturers in their BKO development. Moreover, creating an ePortfolio in Brightspace is an easy process.

What’s in it for you?

A Digital portfolio:

  • Supports the development of extracurricular skills
  • Contributes to creating a coherent curriculum
  • Makes it easier to exchange information and feedback
  • Makes it possible to create personalised learning paths
  • Is integrated into Brightspace and therefore easy to use
“ I consider Radboud one of the most informed and expert groups using ePortfolio!”

Trainer Desire2Learn, Brightspace supplier

Facts and figures (2018-2019)

6,000 unique logins

14 programmes implement ePortfolio

14 programmes prepare for implementing ePortfolio

6 portfolio alterations

RU served as an example 11 times

20 awards for skills

ePortfolio in skills training Psychology

Curiculum coordinators Inge Rabeling, Elkie in 't Ven and Iris Peperkamp will explain how they use the ePortfolio in skills training.

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Law students are enthusiastic

Nina Vink and Sarah van der Pol explain how they can earn Awards and use the ePortfolio in the course Law in Action.

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The road to completion

September 2016

Programmes show interest
in working with digital portfolios

Spring 2017

Reviewing and comparing different portfolio systems

Wishes and demands are compiled, and tender process preparations are made

September 2017

RU opts for ePortfolio in Brightspace

Reliable, interactive and flexible in use

February 2018

3 programmes start running pilots

Biology, Religious Studies, Cultural Anthropology

Academic year 2018/2019

14 programmes implement ePortfolio

14 programmes prepare for implementing ePortfolio

14 May 2019

First ePortfolio meeting

People’s first experiences and recent studies were central to the meeting

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