Develop assets in your ePortfolio

You can use your ePortfolio to develop an asset rich resource that contains samples of your university work.

An ePortfolio is a collection of work (a 'portfolio') held electronically. It is used to provide evidence of the achievement of goals, and for reflection on personal and professional development and achievement.


PebblePad is the university eportfolio system. It is a web application designed to make the process of collecting, sorting and using evidence as straightforward as possible. It uses a variety of tools to organise evidence to produce a personal profile, webfolio or CV.

The evidence you upload is called your ‘assets’. These can be almost anything that provides evidence of what you have done: certificates, reports, thoughts, an agenda from a group meeting, a blog and posters. Most common file types can be uploaded as assets.


For further information about how ePortfolios can be incorporated into your teaching refer to:

Sydney eLearning provides training in the use of eportfolios for teaching and personal use.

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