This Scoop.it was originally set up to explore issues re: digital learning, literacies, and identities in the CT231 Professional Skills module; the module is no longer offered but the community continues.
This post explores Personal Learning Portfolios [PLPs], an extension of a Personal Learning Environment. I review briefly PLPs for professionals, but focus on the potential and promise that PLPs ho...
Catherine Cronin's insight:
CT231 students are encouraged to organise and share their work online; the concept of a Personal Learning Portfolio is useful in this respect. The control of the portfolio is the student's alone, not the institution's.
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