Creating and Managing Assets in Pebble+

PebblePad is intended primarily as a tool for students to evidence their learning by creating, collecting and presenting a range of assets over the course of their studies. Academic staff could use PebblePad as a academic portfolio or peer review tool.

Creating assets

Assets are individual records stored in your asset store. Examples include:

  • Documents such as Word documents, PowerPoint presentations or PDF
  • Media files such as photos or audio files
  • Links to external URLs such as web pages or YouTube videos
  • CV items (Personal, professional, academic)
  • Action plans
  • Experiences (eg. Meetings, activities)
  • Reflections (eg. Journal entries)
  • Talents (eg. Abilities, Achievements)

Collecting and presenting assets

When you want to pull your assets together to tell a particular story, you can present them as:

  • Activity logs
  • Blogs (collections of posts, thoughts, reflections)
  • Collections (group of related assets)
  • CVs
  • Folio pages (individual web pages that can be collected in a webfolio)
  • Webfolios (collections of folio pages, blogs or templates in a website format)

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Webfolios (JCU video, 52m:33s)

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