Karuta is a flexible tool for the incremental prototyping and the diffusion on the web of digital portfolios or eportfolios for various purposes; showcase portfolio, learning portfolio, assessment portfolio.
Design your own portfolio process!
An open source software, Karuta is a flexible tool for the incremental prototyping and the diffusion on the web of digital portfolios or eportfolios for various purposes (showcase portfolio, learning portfolio, assessment portfolio).
The T&L designer can quickly build a portfolio template by creating pages and adding different resources (text, documents, comments, etc.) assigned to various roles (student, evaluator, etc.).
Karuta has no a priori structure. The T&L designer has full control and can build sophisticated portfolios and workflows. No developers are required.
Karuta is built for quick iterations. Design a portfolio, test it in faculty meetings, make changes, run a small pilot.
Karuta has advanced features like proxies, parts (for creating user menus), and peer evaluation. A script language is available for batch creation. New features will be available soon like reporting, LEAP2A exporting, HTML publishing, resume, etc.
Karuta can be used for learning portfolios, assessment portfolios, accreditation, and presentation portfolios (coming soon).
For more information on Karuta, contact karuta-enquiries[at]apereo[dot]org.
Karuta is currently progressing through the Apereo Incubation Process. You can see details of this here
Karuta project, under the umbrella of the Apereo Foundation, is pleased to announce the release of version 2.0 of the Karuta Open Source Portfolio.
This third release of Karuta includes numerous user interface enhancements, as well as new functionalities that significantly expand the portfolio processes supported by Karuta.
Members of the project team for the Karuta Open Source Portfolio met at HEC Montréal in Montréal, Canada, September 28 to October 1, 2015.
This second release provides a much richer set of functionalities to support our core mission of providing simple and flexible tools to make learning more visible and reflective.
A recording of an OSP Community Meeting demonstration of Karuta, a portfolio application from the University of Montreal (formerly known as WAD) that can be LTI-enabled in Sakai.