Abstract: Aim: To identify which resources BSc Nursing students found most beneficial in developing and maintaining their ePortfolio. Design: This study evaluates the benefit of resources available in developing and maintaining an undergraduate nursing student ePortfolio. A mixed-methods approach was taken during 2016, using an internet polling tool. The polling tool was available for 3 months before closing and was available to all fields of BSc Nursing student from any year of their 3-year nursing programme. Findings: The qualitative data was coded thematically and generated three themes: student workshops, textual guidance and pre-recorded video support. The quantitative data identified that the most beneficial resource was the student workshops facilitated by student academic mentors (SAMs). Conclusion: SAMs provide an invaluable service to students, by sharing their knowledge and experiences, while enhancing a student's perceptions of self-efficacy.
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