Moodleshare is a great resource for finding free courses to download (and new courses are added every week!). Jon Fila (@Moodleshare) recently posted a new course by Jen Hegna which highlights how to use Google Docs and Apps to create student e-Portfolios. From her post (which made the rounds on Moodlemayhem and elsewhere),
I recently published “Creating Student e-Portfolios with Google Sites” on Moodleshare.org. The course is geared towards TEACHERS in grades 7-12 who are interested in using e-Portfolios as another form of assessment. It is free for educators/schools to download, tweak and install on their Moodle servers and use as professional development with their staff as long as they adhere to the creative commons license. You can find the course by going to http://goo.gl/mtY8E
The course boasts a great layout but also includes a step-by-step designed for teacher professional development which could be employed by your school to implement student e-portfolios. Check out the course at http://courses.moodleshare.com/course/view.php?id=97.