Blocks: Exabis E-Portfolio

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Start ePortfolio work with Moodle – a compact block with everything needed to collect, select, reflect and share. Exabis ePortfolio establishes a learner driven way of contributing learning products during learning processes course independently. Key features are: - building up ePortfolios with an individual structure - linking ePortfolio-artefacts to competences - publishing of views with a selection of material - export to Europass for CVs - integration of OpenBadges - export to SCORM-format

Exabis E-Portfolio 4.0.4

Release notes

This is the Moodle 2.0 version of this block, it will not work in Moodle 1.9 (or below) - please download earlier versions from here: http://www.moodlekurse.org/mod/resource/view.php?id=442

* exabis ePortfolio Block - Bugs, Feature Requests, and Improvements *

If you have any problems installing this block or suggestions for improvement please mailto: office@gtn-solutions.com

* exabis ePortfolio Block - Description *

This block can easily be added to a Moodle installation and provides ePortfolio functionality for each student and teacher. Students can build up their ePortfolios collecting weblinks, files and notes within an individually defined system of categories. Artefacts can be assembled in views that can be published to specific target-groups (the teacher or students within the Moodle-installation or directly to internet users) get reflections and comments submitted by other persons as well as import uploaded assignments from within the Moodle-installation.
In addition the ePortfolio can be saved as a SCORM-package which is a standardized scheme and file format for the transportation of learning-based data and can be used cross-platform for further work.
If the module exabis competences is installed in addition ePortfolio-users can also categorize artefacts within given educational standards documenting their work in working on these competences.

* exabis ePortfolio Block - Disclaimer *

As with any customization, it is recommended that you have a good backup of your Moodle site before attempting to install contributed code.
While those contributing code make every effort to provide the best code that they can, using contributed code nevertheless entails a certain degree of risk as contributed code is not as carefully reviewed and/or tested as the Moodle core code.
Hence, use this block at your own risk.

* exabis ePortfolio Block - History *

In August 2011 exabis ePortfolio was associated with exabis competencies Block. This enables ePortfolio-users to categorize their artefacts with educational standards. These standards are linked to Moodle via the exabis-competencies Block (download at: http://www.moodlekurse.org/course/view.php?id=65) with an associated XML-file. The XML-file can be generated with any tool, gtn gmbh has made available a tool as a Typo3-extension which can be downloaded at: http://gtn-solutions.com/fileadmin/gtn/downloads/T3X_exabis_competences-1_0_1.t3x
In April 2011, gtn gmbh (http://gtn-solutions.com) updated exabis ePortfolio to be compatible with Moodle 2.0-versions. This was done with kind support of Gerente de Sistemas y Tecnologías, UNIVERSIDAD TECNOLÓGICA DE CHILE – INACAP.
In version 3.2.4 views were introduced.
Originally exabis ePortfolio was developed in the year 2007 with kind support of the Federal Ministry of Education in Austria. It was then certified as the first Moodle-Block that was reviewed by the Moodle-core team (Peter Skoda).

* exabis ePortfolio Block - Installation *

1) Save the zip file somewhere onto your local computer and extract all the files

2) Transfer the folder exabis_eportfolio to the blocks-directory of Moodle

3) Log in as 'administrator' and click on the 'Home' link (Moodle 2.0)

That's it!

Moodle 2.0, 2.1, 2.2

Version information

Version build number
2012011101
Version release name
4.0.4
Can be updated to
4.1, 4.1, v 4.2 2.7-r1 (2014090500)
Maturity
Beta
MD5 Sum
3ee5fdc5c477484cbb0b09ebc62b392a
Supported software
Moodle 2.1, Moodle 2.0, Moodle 2.2

Default installation instructions for plugins of the type Blocks

  1. Make sure you have all the required versions.
  2. Download and unpack the block folder.
  3. Place the folder (eg "myblock") in the "blocks" subdirectory.
  4. Visit http://yoursite.com/admin to complete the installation
  5. Turn editing on in any home or course page.
  6. Add the block to the page
  7. Visit the config link in the block for more options.