Dr. Helen Barrett**

Versions of My Online Presentation*** Portfolio

This document provides access to
"My Online Portfolio Adventure"
where I have recreated my presentation portfolio with a variety of online services, software and strategies, beginning in 2004.

**2007 winner of EIFEL's Lifetime Achievement Award for contribution to ePortfolio research and development

    2004 Versions

  1. MyEport (Maricopa)
  2. Manila (at Fairleigh Dickinson U.)
  3. GeoCities (Yahoo)
  4. Mozilla Composer
  5. WordPress 1.5 (blog)
  6. TypePad (blog)
  7. BlogWave Studio (.Mac)
  8. Personal Learning Plan (PLP)
  9. Plone
  10. eFolio Minnesota
  11. FolioLive
  12. TaskStream
  13. Blackboard Content System *
  14. College LiveText
  15. FolioTek *
  16. NuVentive's iWebFolio *
  17. Tripod powered by Trellix

2006-2007 Versions

  1. Apple's iWeb (.Mac) (2006)
    self-hosted version (2012)
  2. Think.com * (2006)
  3. WikiSpaces (2006)
  4. Digication (2006)
  5. WordPress.com (V.2) (2006)
  6. Epsilen (IUPUI) (2007)
  7. Keep Toolkit (2007)
  8. GoogleDocs-Document (2007)
  9. PowerPoint & LecSharePro (Video version)
  10. My eCoach (2007)
  11. Zoho Writer (2007)
  12. Elgg (2007)
  13. Google Pages (2007) (converted by Google to Sites)
  14. GoogleDocs-Presentation (2007)
  15. Tags using del.icio.us (2007)
  16. PBWiki (2007)
  17. Buzzword * (2007)

    2008-2015 Versions

  1. Google Site (updated 2012)
  2. Personal Brain (2009)
  3. iWork (Keynote on iPad) (2010)
  4. Weebly (2011)
  5. Yola (2011)
  6. Webs (2011)
  7. Mahara (2012)
    foliofor.me
  8. Pathbrite (2015)

* Some of the portfolio systems cannot be viewed without a membership or passcode,
or the website is no longer active

Categories of ePortfolio Tools

Options for Online Storage of Digital Archive

Here are highlights of more recent versions: Web 2.0 Versions (2007), PowerPoint & LecShare (2007)(includes video versions)

*** I have two types of portfolios: My learning portfolio is my collection of artifacts plus my blog, which documents my learning over time
(my portfolio as process).
The versions of my presentation portfolio, as shown above, contain a selection of my work organized around several self-determined themes
(my portfolio as product).


Updated June 24, 2014