We are currently working towards a number of ways in which CMALT portfolios can be made available for reference. Alongside CMALT webinars for candidates and assessors this will form an important resource for completing and learning to assess CMALT portfolios as well as providing a way for CMALT Holders to showcase some of the work they do and share it with others.
The CDG has asked all CMALT Holders who would like to share their portfolio in this context to notify them. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with details as to how your portfolio can be accessed and confirm that you are happy for us to include it. In the first instance, links to portfolios will be collected via the CrowdVine community on this page, but we hope to develop a more effective resource in the coming year.
IMPORTANT: Please note that any CMALT portfolios linked to from here are to be used for reference only and do not represent a complete overview of the ways in which CMALT portfolios can be constructed. We are also looking to make portfolios available which are not based online and the current bias towards online portfolios represented here is not intended to discourage anyone from submitting in a different format, but a result of practical restraints.
Please refer to the current version of guidelines for CMALT candidates and assessors for information regarding assessment criteria, specialist options and advice on how to write and structure your portfolio.
Current example portfolios:
- Kevin Brace - http://sites.google.com/site/kevsnotes/home
- Dragos Ciobanu - Portfolio [PDF]
- Tom Franklin - http://sites.google.com/site/tomnfeportfolio/home
If you want an example of how it should NOT be done then Tom made up a dire portfolio at https://sites.google.com/site/anonportfolio/
- Devampika Getkahn - http://cmalt-net.alt.ac.uk/attachments/0001/2045/cmalt_portfolio_submission_form_DevampikaGetkahn.pdf [PDF]
- Sarah Horrigan - https://sites.google.com/site/sarahhorriganportfolio/
- Kirsten Thompson - Portfolio [PDF]