How to....

a. Create my Profile

a. Create my Profile

b. Build a CV

b. Build a CV

c. Add Files

c. Add Files

d. Create ePortfolio Pages

d. Create ePortfolio Pages

e. Keep and share a Journal

e. Keep and share a Journal

f. Change my ePortfolio Page Layout

f. Change my ePortfolio Page Layout

g. Copy ePortfolio Pages

g. Copy ePortfolio Pages

h. Manage Folders & Files

i. Join Groups & Make Friends

i. Join Groups & Make Friends

j. Share your ePortfolio Pages

j. Share your ePortfolio Pages

k. Create a Collection (set of pages)

k. Create a Collection (set of pages)

m. Feedback

m. Feedback

n. Submit a Page or Collection for assessment

n. Submit a Page or Collection for assessment

Adding Folders and Moving Files

In Content and Files you can create folders to organise your work. This is especially useful when you have alot of files saved or you want to display links to multiple files easily on a Page.

To create a Folder:

Type in the name of the folder in the empty box beside the Create Folder button and then click Create Folder.

  • Your newly created folder will appear above any files you have uploaded.
  • Click on the title of the folder to enter it. You are then able to upload files into this folder.
  • If you already have files uploaded and want to move them into a folder then...

To Move a file into a Folder:

You can then easily move files into folders by clicking on the file's icon to the left of the file name, holding down the mouse button and drag the file over the folder you want to place it in. Release the mouse button when the icon is over the folder.

Note: Your cursor changes to a double headed cross arrow when moved over the icon, this indicates you can then drag and drop the file into a folder.

Note: You can tell the file has been picked up and is being dragged when the grey rectangle appears as you move your mouse cursor.

Putting files into folders is a practical way to neatly show a set of files on a Page.

When editing a Page drag and drop the Folder Content Block onto the Page and then select the folder you want to show.

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