I think so. My consultancy company has been developing interactive professional development frameworks for different UK universities. These combine the ability to input data against criteria with a constant micro and macro view. We believe that inputting against the framework is much more focused. This is a new innvovation we've just been delivering to a few of our recent clients. We did a text-based format for HEA Health Sciences and Practice and we've just done a graphics-based format for a university consortium in the UK.
At the moment reflection and frameworks exist apart from each other. Our innovation combines them to give more focus. I'd be interested to hear if this idea might be a death knell for e-portfolios? At ElearningConsultancy.com we think it is.