To create a trustworthy Internet respectful of privacy, shouldn't we simply make our personal data public?
In the developments relative to trust and privacy technologies, one of the goals was to provide people with the means to protect their personal data: personal data is mine! This has naturally led to the idea of personal lockers and personal data stores: if all of my data is in my personal locker, then I can decide who has access to it and under which conditions (for how long, to do what, etc.).
The New Internet of Subjects Manifesto
After the Internet of Subjects Forum London (5 July 2010) Graham Sadd wrote in his blog: Violent Agreement Breaks Out at IoS Forum.This was echoed in the final session of the 8th ePortfolio conference (www.epforum.eu) when Derrin Kent offered to invite the Mahara open source ePortfolio community to integrate the idea of separation between data, metadata and ePortfolio services. We hope that more
10 ePortfolio challenges
For the 7th ePortfolio conference, and in order to give directions to our work towards our 2010 goal (ePortfolio for all), EIfEL decided to address a number of challenges to the ePortfolio community and beyond —many of the problems the ePortfolio community faces today will not be resolved if they are not addressed beyond the ePortfolio silo. The goal of these challenges is to move beyond the
EIfEL becomes a MultiplePortfolio (MeP) organisation
Until now, the issue of ePortfolio interoperability was mainly considered within the framework of documents export/import, hence the focus on data structures and the lack of appetite, except for EIfEL and very few others, to fully embrace identity and access management (IAM) as the central locus for ePortfolio interoperability.In order to contribute actively to the design of state of the art
Tagging with URI
Cross-referencing is one of the key activities when building a portfolio used for accreditation of prior learning or to gain a competency-based qualification. How does it work: On the one hand, candidates have a list of competencies and performance criteriaOn the other hand, candidates collect a number of evidence demonstrating their competenciesThen for every piece of evidence the candidate