ePortfolios have become very popular in Higher Education as ways for students to showcase their learning. In many Institutions ePortfolios are constructed in the first year of the program and students can be assessed at various points through their degree program for different purposes. An ePortfolio has been embedded into the Master of Education program at Charles Sturt University so students can show their development from starting out at the beginning of their course of learning, reflecting on the ways their thinking and knowledge changed through to their final term of study. A pilot study has been underway to investigate whether the skills learned in creating and designing ePortfolios for various purposes over the period of the degree program are adopted and practiced in the professional teacher's workplace. The presentation will provide the preliminary findings of the research.