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The use of Web 2.0 tools and services is attracting considerable attention of the e-learning community at the secondary and higher education levels. This paper focuses on the creation of students’ artifacts with various Web 2.0 tools (e.g. those for online creation of mind maps, block-diagrams, slideshow presentations, online comic strips, surveys, etc.) for assessment purposes and peer-to-peer learning. In spite of the educational potential of Web 2.0 tools, when numerous artifacts are created by the students using those tools the problem regarding the organization and presentation of their artifacts for peer-to-peer learning arises. In our paper we therefore present several solutions for organization and presentation of students’ artifacts with the use of the features of the popular LMS Moodle, as well as with the use of a wiki (MediaWiki), blog (Wordpress), e-portfolio (Mahara), and community network (Ning). Our evaluation of those tools is also presented together with several examples of their use.
This paper explores Critical Success Factors(CSFs) for successful implementation of the next generation of ePortfolio systems in academic institutions. CSFs are revised, based on the current ePortfolio literature, and updated based on our exploratory field research. In addition, relationship between CSFs and maturity levels is identified and discussed.
In the online learning environment it is important to select an effective way of presenting the artifacts that are created by the students who perform various course related assignments. In this paper the authors discuss the features of ePortfolio systems, usability issues, adoption problems, and other issues that are relevant for the effective use of an ePortfolio as an educational tool. However, the main focus of the paper is on the practical experiences in the use of an ePortfolio system for the presentation of students' artifacts and assessment of their work. Two case studies of ePortfolio usage for assessment purposes are presented in this paper.
The E-learning Centre of the University Computing Centre (SRCE) published the handbook E-portfolio as a teaching activity (CRO: E-portfolio kao nastavna aktivnost). The handbook was result of the project “Use of e-portfolio system in educational process” in cooperation with the University of Porto, Portugal. The aim  of the project was to encourage the introduction of e-portfolio as an educational activity, to educate teachers to work with the e-portfolio system and to present its possibilities.  
New project management skills and processes are prerequisites to meet the challenges of the globalization. Enterprises, companies and institutions that are operating in transnational and distributed ICT projects on global market need highly qualified project-managers for virtual collaboration. Most training organizations and certification programs focus only on classical soft and technical skills. Participants and most important managers of distributed projects however need training and practice in virtual collaboration and intercultural aspects to be able to consider international socio-cultural issues encountered in business. Therefore, the target of Pool2Business (P2B) was to establish on the one hand a modular online course to address certain specific requirements and qualifications of a company as well language and culture specific differences between participants and on the other hand to ensure with Project Integrated Training parts that the learning outcomes can be immediately used in practical application. By following an adapted and extended ADDIE Model, the P2B-Consortium was able to...
E-Portfolios are a new type of software and it is still relatively vague to determine, which functions are obligatory – that is which functions constitute characteristic features – and which functions are just optional (“nice to have“). This article describes the concept and the preliminary results of a research project which was conducted to evaluate E-Portfolio software, and aims at providing decision guidance for implementing E-Portfolios in higher education - first and foremost from the pedagogical perspective. Which recommendations can be made to an institution which now wants to implement electronic portfolios with a certain objective?