In order to move away from institutional definitions of what learning represents in an e-Portfolio, Graham Attwell and Ray Elferink have created Freefolio to facilitate alternative reflections on learning. Freefolio is a less rigid version of the traditional e-Portfolio, which tends to focus on particular sectors in education and restrict the ways in which a portfolio can be represented, according to the authors. The system has been tagged the social e-Portfolio because it is open source – created through online collaboration and easily extendable.

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