After the panel at CSTD Kathryn Chang Barker came up to me and said, "that's just what we're doing in e-portfolios." Scott Wilson proves the point with this cracking good presentation on e-portfolios, delivered in Sydney, Australia, today. While it starts off slowly, things get really interesting once he asks the question, "Who owns portfolios?" The portfolio is traditionaqlly depicted as something that is managed for you by a school or an organization - but what if you're at more than one school or organization? Clearly, what is needed is the personal portfolio - but what about data like certificates and diplomas, which need to be verified? Enter the world of aggregation and RSS and the model we have been talking about here (and he has been talking about on his own site).
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