[Portfolio] Sharing portfolios with the .anon role in a "public" Sakai site
john at caret.cam.ac.uk
Mon Dec 14 09:30:50 PST 2009
I guess I'm thinking the only type of portfolio it makes sense to share publicly is the "Professional Showcase" portfolio type - UNLESS this is part of a wider "teaching in the open" initiative where the jargon would either need to be explained or avoided.
On 14 Dec 2009, at 15:03, Sean Keesler wrote:
> I'll talk in terms of the current functionality of Sakai 2.
> The portfolio tool is usually used to allow a person to create a
> presentation of material for a certain purpose. We create "templates"
> that show up when a someone begins to author a portfolio. Often, these
> templates have one-to-one relationship to a purpose.
> Let's say that the person setting up Sakai sets up a templates for
> "Professional Showcase" and "Academic Review" type portfolios.
> The Professional Showcase might be something that highlights the work
> done by a student (in or out of their program) for display to
> potential employers.
> The Academic Review type of portfolio might be highly "standards"
> based and couched in institutional verbage not that interesting to
> potential employers.
> So, if there were a collection of "public views", I'd hope to be able
> to restrict/filter/sort/search through them on the basis of the
> "template" or purpose of the portfolio for a particular audience.
> Sean Keesler
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> On Mon, Dec 14, 2009 at 9:50 AM, John Norman <john at caret.cam.ac.uk> wrote:
>> Sorry for not tracking portfolio more carefully, but I thought I would just check a concept with you in the context of Sakai 3. I am thinking that a major concept in Sakai 3 will concern information about people as well as groups, and that some of that information will be public: staff profiles for academics and portfolios (or similar) for students. Thus there would be an extensive set of public pages for Sakai, talking about people, courses and even research projects with friendly browsing and searching.
>> If you are thinking about sharing 'public portfolios', I'd be interested to know if you can imagine them as part of the broader landscape outlined above or if you see a need to keep them in a special place?
>> On 14 Dec 2009, at 13:36, Beth Kirschner wrote:
>>> We've just been discussing something similar -- how to "see" a list of
>>> public portfolios within a site (essentially what you are doing). Take
>>> a look at http://jira.sakaiproject.org/browse/SAK-17508 and see if
>>> this might meet your needs. I'd like to discuss this on today's OSP
>>> call, but essentially this creates an additional portfolio tab that
>>> lists "public portfolios".
>>> - Beth
>>> On Dec 12, 2009, at 11:47 AM, Sean Keesler wrote:
>>>> If an authenticated user creates a portfolio in a worksite that
>>>> includes an .anon role, they can share the portfolio with that
>>>> role....so, if you had an anonymous user visit the site, you might
>>>> expect that they should be able to see the name of the portfolio,
>>>> click on it and view it.
>>>> When I visit the site, as an anonymous user, I don't see any
>>>> portfolios in the list (so I can't click on it).
>>>> There isn't a lot of practical use for such a thing in the real world,
>>>> but I don't live there anymore and I would like to do it!
>>>> Anyone have a tip?
>>>> If you share a portfolio with an anonymous user in the forest... :)
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