The Karuta Team participated to the Sakai Virtual Conference November 2019. Abstract Instructors often approach teaching and learning centers for technical support of their pedagogical initiatives. In many cases, there are no existing tools to support the innovation or a … Read More
Guide students on their learning journey
Foster more reflective learning. Develop their academic and professional identity. Enhance their capabilities to assess their progress.
Gather evidence on the learning process
Share learning objectives and rubrics. Create assessment portfolios to collect instructor evaluations. Generate reports for course, program or institutional accreditation.
Design – Test – Run - Report
Build sophisticated portfolio workflows with a minimum of training. No coding required. Karuta is iterative. Design a portfolio, test it in faculty meetings, make changes, run a small pilot. With the report tool, generate individual or program dashboards and tables.
Join our community under the umbrella of the Apereo Foundation
Streamline your project by leveraging the community expertise. Share your results and ideas to improve the software. Form partnerships and strengthen the community.
Last posts from KARUTA Blog
In this presentation, we will review several Karuta Open Source Portfolio use cases from French universities where students 1) Self-evaluate and receive evaluation of their skills development in learning activities; 2) Formalize and decode their academic and non-academic experiences; 3) … Read More
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. Adopted by an increasing number of institutions, Karuta offers a simple and flexible way for … Read More
The Karuta team is pleased to announce a sandbox template portfolio in line with the Value Rubics developped by the Association of American Colleges & Universities. VALUE rubrics or scoring guides provide needed tools to assess students’ own authentic work, … Read More
This is a recording of our weekly Sakai Teaching and Learning Group from March 25th 2015, with special guests Janice Smith and Jacques Raynaud who presented on #Karuta. Karuta is a flexible tool for incremental prototyping and broadcasting on the web of … Read More