[Portfolio] Looking for a very basic ePortfolio tutorial

Nate Angell nangell at rsmart.com
Mon Nov 15 17:16:14 PST 2010


Greetings fellow Oregonian!

It's maybe a bit more complex than you describe, but I often use the
Teacher Education portfolio example Three Canoes built for an OSP
training delivered at Marist College last year:

You can see a (static) example of what the resulting portfolio looks like here:

Also, if you have questions around it, you can talk with the good
folks at Three Canoes, who are in business to help people with
questions like yours.

Nate Angell
Client Evangelist

On Mon, Nov 15, 2010 at 4:59 PM, Rob Tanner <rtanner at linfield.edu> wrote:
> Hi,
> My objective is to build a proof-of-concept ePortfolio that doesn’t have to
> have all kinds of bells and whistles, but just demonstrate that Sakai/OSP
> will meet our requirements (bells and whistles come later).  There no lack
> of documentation if you google around just a bit.  I’ve tried my hand at
> building simple forms using OxygenXML, I’ve build a matrix and done a simple
> HTML page, but nothing I’ve found ties all the pieces together to produce a
> final product.
> What I was hoping to find was a simple tutorial that walks one through all
> the steps to produce a functional (even if super simple) ePortfolio that
> includes a header and perhaps a graphic for branding, a matrix and perhaps a
> form at the bottom.  And then ties all the pieces together to give create a
> final working product.  Something like that would teach me what I need to
> produce the proof-of-concept that I’ve been charged with doing.
> Has anybody created a similar tutorial thayt they’d be willing to share, or
> seen one and could share the link?
> Thanks ever so much,
> Rob Tanner
> JAVA Developer
> Linfield College, McMinnville Oregon
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