Technology Enhanced Learning


MyFolio is the University's e-portfolio tool, which provides each student with an intuitive web-based tool for planning, reviewing, reflecting upon, recording and presenting their academic, professional/career and personal development. MyFolio is easy to use and provides a flexible environment for material to be published directly to the web.

MyFolio is aligned with the University's Employability Strategy and incorporates an employability skills framework, plus tools to support Personal Development Planning (PDP) and reflective learning.

Information for Students

It is your own online space where you can record your progress at University by creating a profile, uploading content, writing a journal, reflecting on your learning, recording your achievements and making plans for your academic, professional and personal development. All the information you upload to MyFolio is private by default, but you can share the webpages you create as freely as you like. You will continue to have access to MyFolio for at least one year after graduation, to support you in your progression to employment or further study. You can use MyFolio in the following ways:

Plan your development

  • Start by creating a C.V., complete a skills audit and plan some goals.
  • Continue to record and reflect on your study and work experiences.
  • Review your progress every term.

Showcase your achievements

  • Create multimedia pages displaying your experiences and skills.
  • Share your work with others, and publish to the web.

Increase your employability

Improve your learning

  • Use the journal tool to record your thoughts and reflect on your progress.
  • Create and join groups to communicate and share ideas.
  • Share a page with your academic adviser.

Student user guides

Training videos



Creating and Sharing






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Last Updated: 20/11/2018

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