Here are some of the options for Electronic Portfolio web-based systems:
LiveText - https://exchange.chapman.edu/exchweb/bin/redir.asp?URL=http://www.livetext.com/
Taskstream - https://exchange.chapman.edu/exchweb/bin/redir.asp?URL=http://www.taskstream.com/pub/electronicportfolio.asp
ePortfolio consortium - https://exchange.chapman.edu/exchweb/bin/redir.asp?URL=http://www.eportconsortium.org/ (Good group of universities using open source)
Chalk and Wire - http://www.chalkandwire.com/ - (SOE PhD and counseling programs are using- $99 for 4 years)
Foliotek - http://www.foliotek.com/ (This is the portfolio system that works with eCollege/eCompanion). Foliotek I did attend a Foliotek workshop at the last eCollege CITE conference in Denver. If we actually selected eCompanion for our hybrids - this would be the way to go! This is also great for other accreditation assessments to be shared (WASC, CCTC).
Keep Toolkit - http://www.cfkeep.org/static/index.html KEEP Toolkit Here's another site to check out - KEEP - http://www.cfkeep.org/static/index.html! It's out of San Francisco State and it involves a number of different departments. KEEP was developed by the Carnegie Institute Knowledge Media Laboratory. Check out the Gallery of Teaching and Learning and the Teaching and Learning Commons
I also have my own system - TeachPort for my Chapman students - https://exchange.chapman.edu/exchweb/bin/redir.asp?URL=http://eport.soundpiper.com/teachport (login - guest, password - guest - or create an account with california as the administrative code). My son did the php programming and I've had some excellent Chapman student EPs - particularly from the level II extended ed class I teach.
Epsilen - Academic Facebook
Check out Epsilen - http://www.epsilen.com/. This site is referred to as an "academic facebook." Here's the history and description - http://www.epsilen.com/Epsilen/Public/WhatIsEpsilen.aspx. It was originally developed out of Purdue. Epsilen allows you to create a free portfolio - as long as you have .edu in your email address. Universites can also buy accounts - but there are some great tools in this freebie program! This is basically the same concept and type of database programming I attempted to do with my TeachPort and ClipBoard. However, this has the $$ behind it!