Karuta News

Karuta 3.0 Story: Building an attractive Pandemic ePortfolio

February 1, 2021
Designed using the new and very flexible Karuta 3.0 environment, the Pandemic ePortfolio provides a safe space to help students connect the dots, make sense of their unusual experiences, assume ownership of their learning, and prepare for the future.

Karuta 3.0 Story: Building an attractive Pandemic ePortfolio

January 27, 2021
Designed using the new and very flexible Karuta 3.0 environment, the Pandemic ePortfolio provides a safe space to help students connect the dots, make sense of their unusual experiences, assume ownership of their learning, and prepare for the future.

Announcing the Release of the Karuta Open Source Portfolio Version 2.3

February 18, 2020
The Karuta project, under the umbrella of the Apereo Foundation, is pleased to announce the release of version 2.3 of the Karuta Open Source Portfolio.

Case Study: Karuta at New Brunswick Theological Seminary

February 18, 2020
New Brunswick Theological Seminary (NBTS) is using Karuta as a significant tool for its assessment of students and of itself. 

Announcing the Release of the Karuta Open Source Portfolio Version 2.2

February 18, 2020
Karuta offers a simple and flexible way for portfolio designers to customize portfolio workflows for learning, assessment, reporting, and showcasing. This fifth release of Karuta has undergone extensive testing and includes many features useful for a full implementation. 

Case Study: Karuta at New Brunswick Theological Seminary

February 18, 2019
New Brunswick Theological Seminary (NBTS) is using Karuta as a significant tool for its assessment of students and of itself.  According to Dr. Terry Ann Smith, Associate Dean of Institutional Assessment, NBTS needed a tool that could give students a way to demonstrate their competency and that could provide the institution with a means of evaluating its programs.  Four years ago the Seminary chose Kartua, the open source ePortfolio tool.

Case Study: Karuta at New Brunswick Theological Seminary

February 18, 2019
New Brunswick Theological Seminary (NBTS) is using Karuta as a significant tool for its assessment of students and of itself.  According to Dr. Terry Ann Smith, Associate Dean of Institutional Assessment, NBTS needed a tool that could give students a way to demonstrate their competency and that could provide the institution with a means of evaluating its programs.  Four years ago the Seminary chose Kartua, the open source ePortfolio tool.

Karuta OSP update - the French connection

May 14, 2018
With it's new 2.3 release, Karuta OSP is now a fully operational portfolio solution, currently used by many French Universities to support the competency-based transformation of their curriculum

Announcing the Release of the Karuta Open Source Portfolio Version 2.0

May 13, 2016
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.

Announcing the Release of the Karuta Open Source Portfolio Version 1.2

December 15, 2015
This third release of Karuta includes numerous user interface enhancements, as well as new functionalities that significantly expand the portfolio processes supported by Karuta.

Update from the Fall 2015 Karuta Meeting in Montréal

November 9, 2015
Members of the project team for the Karuta Open Source Portfolio met at HEC Montréal in Montréal, Canada, September 28 to October 1, 2015.

Announcing the Release of the Karuta Open Source Portfolio Version 1.1

May 31, 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.

Karuta Portfolio Demo

May 12, 2015
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.