My own alma mater is now rolling out an ePortfolio solution, to meet accreditation requirements. Unless you’re Harvard, you’re doing accreditation. In the opinion of my company, the ePortfolio is pretty primitive right now, but it has a good future. The competitive drive of the employment market is making electronic portfolios important. When you start to look across the width and depth of our post-secondary system, you see why many colleges are implementing an ePortfolio component to their programs.In many ways, we’re in an era of Web 2.0 for ePortfolios, or ePortfolio 2.0. It’s when best practices proliferate, and portfolios take on greater sophistication.