On every page, you will be prompted to create a new module. There are two general categories of modules, Basic, Google, and Social.
Basic include four different modules: Image/Video/Audio, Rich Text, Gallery, and Contact Form.
1) Image/Video/Audio modules allow you to upload a single image, video, or audio clip. This module is perfect for highlighting one artifact. Image size is automatic and cannot be adjusted.
To view how to create an Image/Video/Audio Module, click here.
2) Rich Text modules provide you with a word processing area to upload content. You can add, edit, format text, images, and tables. This module is perfect for text only or text and image, links, PDF files, and more.
To view how to create a Rich Text Module, click here.
3) Gallery modules allow you to upload multiple photographs into a gallery of photographs. Each image in this module can include a caption. This module is set up to showcase a variety of images in one area.
To view how to create a Gallery Module, click here.
4) Contact Form modules will give the viewers of your ePortfolio an area to write and send you an email. This module is great for your career portfolio.
To view how to create a Contact Form Module, click here.
Google include five different modules: Google Doc, Google Spreadsheet, Google Presentation, Google Form, and Google Calendar.
As UAA students, you have access to Google Apps for Education. Your work in Google Drive can be shared visually in your ePortfolio. Each module has instructions for how to display your Google artifacts.
(Coming soon, link with further instructions on embedding Google artifacts.)
Social include three different modules: Twitter, Bookmarks, and Creative Commons License.
1) The Twitter module allows you to show your Twitter account feed in your ePortfolio.
2) The Social Media module inserts a bar with various social media links so people can share you work in places such as Pinterest, LinkedIn, Facebook, and more.
3) The Creative Commons License module allows you to protect your work.
For more information on Creative Commons, click here.