Sandra Kučina Softić, Tona Perišić Pintek, Zvonko Martinović, Zoran Bekić


E-portfolio is a learning tool that is recognized as valuable in enhancement of the quality of teaching and learning and orientation towards student-centred learning. It can be used for various purposes in education, from storing learners’ work, recording achievements, as assessment of and for learning, as a means for monitoring learners’ progress, for presentation and marketing purposes or for mobility between educational institutions. E-portfolio has been present for more than a decade and its benefits in education were immediately recognized with predictions for prominent future. But today, it is still being rediscovered, explained and introduced despite some really good examples of use. The University of Zagreb started with the process of e-portfolio implementation in 2008 by establishing the university e-portfolio system and providing support to users. In 2012, this process was fostered with the project “Use of the e-portfolio system in the educational process” in cooperation with the University of Porto, Portugal. The presentation will summarise opportunities of using e-portfolio in higher education with emphasis on the e-portfolio as a learning activity. Also, an overview will be given on the e-portfolio implementation process at the University of Zagreb.


e-portfolio; education process; higher education; teaching

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DOI: 10.7250/eunis.2013.009


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EUNIS 2013


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