Supported by
Teach First
Herbert Smith Freehills



UCL has recently launched 'MyPortfolio' - an e-portfolio system which students can use to collect, store, select and present evidence of their learning and skills online. It includes a framework for building a CV and you can include external media and resources (RSS feeds, YouTube videos etc). And, crucially, students have complete control over who can see what - they can build web-based 'views' tailored for different audiences - and restrict access to those audiences.

MyPortfolio is part of the Key Skills system for students to store and present evidence of their skills development - perhaps through a reflective journal (the blog), a video of them doing a presentation, selected examples of creative output, a project plan - really anything that exists in any format (data files through to audio recordings) can be stored in MyPortfolio. Beyond its use as a portfolio, it also has a powerful social networking potential - students can set up groups for collaboration, discussion and file sharing, and can even create views together. 

To access MyPortfolio go to