Create your e-portfolio

Today’s update comes from Ria Coffey, teacher librarian and Head of House and Reading Coordinator at St Patrick’s Secondary College in Ballarat. Ria is currently completing her Masters in Teacher Librarianship.

Dr. Helen C. Barrett has created a site for individuals to access that provides tutorials in Web 2.0 and particularly how to create an e-portfolio.
Her website offers modules for participants to work through at their own pace and in their own time. The modules are designed for users who have no prior knowledge and without using ICT jargon explain the process step-by-step with audio and video tutelage.
In a mini version of our PLN, Dr. Barrett covers RSS feeds, blogs, Flickr, social networking and much more. Let’s hope a Web 3.0 tutorial is coming soon!

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About Kelly Gardiner

I’m a journalist and editor by trade, have worked across many different media and also in community development, and shifted to the web in the olden days (1998) to work for a little start-up called I’ve been at the State Library of Victoria for five years, first as Web Manager and now as an Online Learning Manager, responsible for online learning tools and courses such as the PLN, Bright Ideas blog and ergo, as well as strategic direction for our other learning-related websites. In my spare time I write books for kids and young adults and chip away at my PhD. I use web tools every day in my work, research, study, writing and… well, my whole life. I use Dropbox and Evernote most days, I blog and am on Twitter and facebook far too often, and have recently become hopelessly devoted to Pinterest.

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  1. Librarians might be interested in the 1873 non indigenous discovery of Uluru by an expedition led by William Gosse that included camels and cameleers
    An account of this focused at an older children and young adult audience apears in my latest historical fiction: THE YOUNGEST CAMELEER, published by

    Briefly: Ahmed sails into the prosperous city of Adelaide to help look after four camels. Yet he has other things on his mind. What if his uncle Kamran isn’t as innocent of his brother’s death as he seems? As the expedition treks into the Australian interior, Ahmed must cope with Jemma Khan’s enmity, his own homesickness, and the difficulties of exploring unknown territory.

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