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Knowledgebase : ePortfolios > Content Creation in ePortfolios
The EPORTFOLIOS system is available for use by U of A faculty, staff, and students as a location to construct web-based portfolios based on an open-source tool called Mahara. Common uses for ePortfolios are as reflective capping projects at the end of pro...
If you want to preserve work you have submitted to eClass off the system, you can use portfolio export. It is possible to export any content you submit within a forum or an assignment or indeed any other collaborative activity in eClass to a portfolio. Th...
The following article outlines the process of creating pages in your ePortfolio. (An explanation of this process is also available as a video tutorial at Editing Pages and Collections in ePortfolios [https://support.ctl.ualberta.ca/index.php?/Knowledgebas...
The following article outlines how to use the External area of the page constructor to embed content stored in external services. We will use content stored in U of A's google drive service as an example of this process. 1. OBTAIN LINK FROM GOOGLE The...
The video below outlines the process of editing pages and collections in your ePortfolio. You can also view Adding Content to ePortfolio Pages [https://support.ctl.ualberta.ca/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/207/21/adding-content-to-pages-in-your-ep...
The following video outlines the process of adding profile pictures and files to your ePortfolio:
The following video outlines the process of sharing an ePortfolio and also covers exporting and importing your ePortfolio:
Students and instructors have the option to export any content they submit into activities on eClass over to the Mahara ePortfolio system. This might simply be done as a way of keeping copies of completed work or might be part of a capping exercise to dem...
Some programs and instructors want students to format their ePortfolios in specific ways. If your instructor has directed you to apply such a structure, you will need to follow these steps to copy the templates into your own ePortfolio: * Once you've ...