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Additional ePortfolios


You may have been required to make an ePortfolio for a class you may feel is not relevant to your career. If you want to have a Career ePortfolio specifically for the coursework and experiences you have, you will want to make an additional ePortfolio.


Here are the instructions on creating an additional ePortfolio:


After logging in to Digication, you should be at your main home page. If not, click Home in the upper left corner.


1. Click the plus button (pictured below) to create an additional ePortfolio.


 Image 1: Location of plus sign to create new ePortfolio

5. Title your ePortfolio using your full name.


    • If you are planning on using your ePortfolio to establish your digital presence and have a common name, consider using your middle name in addition to your first and last. 
    • If you are creating the ePortfolio for your class, follow instructor's instructions. If there are no instructions, it's a good practice to include your full name and the course name in the ePortfolio's title.
    • The title of your ePortfolio will automatically become part of your ePortfolio's web address. If you would like a different address, you can change this by clicking on edit under ePortfolio Web Address.

 Image 2: Titling your ePortfolio


6. Under Templates, click Create From Scratch.

Image 3: Template options


7. Leave Choose a Theme checked so that you use the selected template's theme.



Image 4: Template theme box. 

8. Under Permissions, click either Private Within University of Alaska or Public. ePortfolios that are Private Within University of Alaska will only be viewable by other students and faculty logged into a Digication account. Public ePortfolios can be viewed by anyone on the internet. 

    • If you are planning to include your ePortfolio in your resume or LinkedIn account, you must set Permissions to Public.

 Image 5: Permission setting


9. Under Tagging, click Allow tags by all editors.


 Image 6: Tagging options


    • This will allow faculty and ePortfolio Consultants to tag your ePortfolio. For example, if you create an exemplary ePortfolio for your ENGL A212 course, we will tag it as ENGL A212 which will allow others to find it by searching for the ENGL A212 tag.


10. Under Comments, click allow comments from Registered Users.


Image 7: Commenting options


11. Under Show Comments, click Do not show comments until they have been approved. Leave the Apply comment settings checkbox unchecked.


Image 8: Comment permissions

12. Scroll down and click Create New ePortfolio on the bottom left.


Image 10:Create new ePortfolio button

DRAFT: This module has unpublished changes.