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They use deep and reflective learning techniques.
They do not have to be complicated - although some systems seem to be so. In answer to this, we have set up a system that works!
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Getting started with portfolios
The definition of portfolios (above) shows that you need some goals if your portfolio is to be of value to you. If you are on a course, the goals may be partially set for you but, if not, see Goal setting. You will also have seen that your portfolio contents are subject to 'selective sharing'. This means you get to choose who sees what, for what purpose. In order to do this, you first have to put the information into the portfolio and then be able to find it in order to let the right parts be seen. That may sound obvious but, especially when you are completing a portfolio for assessment or a new job, think about this and keep your information safe.
Stay safe rules for course/job-required portfolios