Session 4: Online portfolios (ePortfolios)

Purpose/Aim of this Session

   

An electronic portfolio, otherwise referred to as an ePortfolio, is a collection of electronic/digital materials assembled and managed by a learner. ePortfolios are usually stored
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Catholic Mass - 11/11/2012 (Thirty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time)
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