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This site used to be the e-Skills E-portfolio. Due to funding, e-Skills no longer manages this site.

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Welcome to e-Skills E-portfolio

 PLEASE NOTE: e-Skills E-portfolio has been upgraded to v1.4, which offers more logical navigation and naming conventions.  To learn more about the new updated features:

Any feedback about this update/upgrade can be sent to us via 'Contact Us'.

e-SKills E-portfolio is supported by the SA Framework Unit to enable people to create their own e-portfolio, and trial using an e-portfolio with small groups of students (<20).  If you would like to use the e-SKills E-portfolio for larger groups (>20) of students please 'Contact Us'.

Having difficulties logging in?Some users are experiencing difficulties logging back in.  If this is happening to you, please 'Contact Us' to have this rectified.  

What is an e-portfolio?

An e-portfolio is a learn-driven collection of digital artefacts articulating experiences, achievements and evidences of learning.

e-Skills E-portfolios is a fully featured electronic portfolio, weblog, resume builder and social networking system, connecting users and creating online communities by providing you with the tools to set up a personal learning and development environment.

Currently the Australian Flexible Learning Framework is funding a national E-portfolios project to explore many of the issues and challenges around the use of e-portfolios to support the VET sector.

Visit the E-portfolios website at:

Read updates to the project on the E-portfolios blog:

Subscribe to the E-portfolios email list by:
emailing with the words: 'Subscribe to email list' in the subject line

Join the Eportfolio Conversations and share their Mahara experiences at the EpCoP planning site.

Some useful information can also be found at:
JISC (2008) Effective Practice with e-Portfolios: Supporting 21st Century Learning

To learn more about e-Skills support and assistance with e-learning: 


Please feel free to Contact Us

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Create and collect


Share and network

Develop your portfolio

Showcase your portfolio

Find friends and join groups

Update your profile
Upload your files
Create your résumé
Publish a journal

Organise your portfolio into pages. Create different pages for different audiences - you choose the elements to include.

Find friends
Join groups
Control your privacy
Discuss topics