If you feel comfortable with the topic, why not try to test your knowledge on the requirements of E-Portfolio in a real world context. This quiz is intended for you to understand the fundamentals of an E-Portfolio to see how you can improve and make your portfolio even better. Take the flip card quiz now!

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[q] e-portfolio-exp
With reference to the diagram, What aspect of experiences is important when you design your portfolio? [textentry]
[a] Your experiences can include both work and school. It can also come from experiences that mean a lot to you and is part of your belief and values.

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[q] e-portfolio-proj
Name me 3 projects that have learning value to you. [textentry]
[a] Any final year project, capstone projects that you put a lot of effort into should be placed into the portfolio

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[q] e-portfolioinvolvement
Provide 3 involvements that have added value to you that can be useful to your potential employer? [textentry]
[a] Your involvement would include the clubs and activities you did during your life time that demonstrated learning. It is basically a reflection of what happened during your field experience/trip.

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[q] e-portfolio-reflection
What kind of reflections could you consider when designing your E-Portfolio? [textentry]
[a]Reflections can include Module reflection, Capstone project, analysis on financial markets, learning experiences,etc.

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