More Drupal / ePortfolio movement

Yesterday, some colleagues and I got a tour of the new version of DrupalEd, FunnyMonkey‘s build-out of a education-specific portfolio and social networking platform built on Drupal.

Needless to say, it’s slick and lean (as can be with all of the functionality installed). It’s going to be very exciting to see how schools implement this platform. Presidio Hill School is interested in a limited funcitonal use for eportfolio / self assessment – partly in order to not overwhelm our teachers with all the other tools it has (as one of my colleagues urged). Nonetheless, other schools – from elementary to higher ed – are jumping on the opportunity.

In my last post about this, I didn’t point to where the action is really happening – the DrupalEd Distribution discussion group.

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1 Response to “More Drupal / ePortfolio movement”


  1. 1 Blackhat August 31, 2009 at 5:55 pm

    We are looking for a new design for our non-profit site. Thanks for the great example!!


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