Mahara
Open source ePortfolios
Mark Drechsler
Senior Consultant
This evening:
7 (+1) reasons
your students will love
Learner
Create
Plan
Collect
ReflectConnect
Collaborate
Share
•an online profile where you
choose what you want to share
with the world.
•an electronic resume
containing your education...
•using the resume builder to
store personal, academic
and professional goals.
•by creating a structured
learning path.
2. ...
•files of any type in your
personal storage area.
•tags against your files to
help find them when you
need them.
3. Collec...
•using the inbuilt blogging
tool.
•by adding files to your blog
posts from your portfolio.
4. Reflect:
•with other users by
searching for and adding
friends.
•using the inbuilt messaging
system.
5. Connect:
•in groups using discussion
forums and shared files.
•by deciding who should be
able to join your group, and
how.
6. Colla...
•what you want, to who you
want, when you want to.
•the results of a group
project.
7. Share:
Export your portfolio
in either HTML or
LEAP2A format – its
yours after all!
+8. Leaving?
Image Creative Commons from http...
For more information:
Visit
http://mahara.org
http://www.netspot.com.au
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Introducing Mahara

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Presentation by NetSpot's Mark Drechsler at the ePortfolios Australia in Melbourne, 2010.

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  1. 1. Mahara Open source ePortfolios Mark Drechsler Senior Consultant
  2. 2. This evening: 7 (+1) reasons your students will love
  3. 3. Learner Create Plan Collect ReflectConnect Collaborate Share
  4. 4. •an online profile where you choose what you want to share with the world. •an electronic resume containing your education, achievements and awards. 1. Create:
  5. 5. •using the resume builder to store personal, academic and professional goals. •by creating a structured learning path. 2. Plan:
  6. 6. •files of any type in your personal storage area. •tags against your files to help find them when you need them. 3. Collect:
  7. 7. •using the inbuilt blogging tool. •by adding files to your blog posts from your portfolio. 4. Reflect:
  8. 8. •with other users by searching for and adding friends. •using the inbuilt messaging system. 5. Connect:
  9. 9. •in groups using discussion forums and shared files. •by deciding who should be able to join your group, and how. 6. Collaborate:
  10. 10. •what you want, to who you want, when you want to. •the results of a group project. 7. Share:
  11. 11. Export your portfolio in either HTML or LEAP2A format – its yours after all! +8. Leaving? Image Creative Commons from http://www.flickr.com/photos/gagilas/
  12. 12. For more information: Visit http://mahara.org http://www.netspot.com.au

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