ePortfolio is a repository for digital artifacts that represent your learning. You may upload or create artifacts on any number of topics and at any stage of completion. An artifact may be a document, graphic, audio file, video file, presentation, or other form of digital media. You may upload files from a personal computer or storage device; import items from a course; link to a website; create an HTML file; fill out a form created by your institution; or record an audio file directly within ePortfolio.
Instead of viewing your artifacts as complete examples, consider them as ongoing projects and continuously revise them as you develop new skills and understandings. This way your portfolio is a true reflection of your skills and achievements.
Upload a File
Upload files from your computer, personal storage device, or Learning Environment locker area that demonstrate your improvement or mastery in an area of interest.
Create an HTML File
ePortfolio provides the option to create HTML artifacts using a simple HTML Editor. HTML files may contain formatted text, images, videos, audio files, and links to content in Learning Environment.
Link to a Web Address
If you want to include an existing website as an artifact in your portfolio, you can reference the address (URL) for the site rather than uploading files.
Import Course Content as an Artifact
Track your progress over time by including your course work in your ePortfolio. You may then review your work at any point in the future and compare it to other assignments and courses. You can also add course content artifacts to your ePortfolio directly from your courses. Click Add to ePortfolio while viewing grades, competencies, quiz results, or dropbox folder feedback.
Fill out a form
Forms are templates created by your institution or course leaders that you fill out. Forms collect information using a set of question fields.
You can record audio directly within ePortfolio, rather than pre-recording audio on your computer and uploading it as a file.