ONTOLOGY OF THE PORTFOLIO FOR LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION

T.M. Santamaria López1, M. Tapia-Leon1, G. Lagos Reinoso2, J. Chicaiza Espinosa3, V. González Ruiz4

1Universidad de Guayaquil (ECUADOR)
2Universidad Agraria del Ecuador (ECUADOR)
3Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja (ECUADOR)
4Universidad de Almeria (SPAIN)
The e-Portfolio is a system of gathering evidence of new learning or knowledge between teachers and students in different environments or educational environments, the teacher must manage an electronic portfolio, as a technical instrument for the evaluation of learning. The objective is to create an ontology for the description of electronic portfolios or also called e-portfolios. The ontological model has been designed to be used as a vocabulary to describe the different types of objects and attributes. One of the most complete methodologies for creating an ontology is called methontology, which defines an ordered set of activities for research planning, the development of the ontological model, the quality of the result, and documentation. The conceptual model of the ontology was created and the glossary of terms was constructed, which includes the specification of the terms of the domain: concepts, attributes and relations between concepts.