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    Creating an E Portfolio in Moodle

    The exabis-e-Portfolio-module has the following features which can be considered relevant for ePortfolio-work:

    an individual starting page which may contain ones curriculum vitae or similar

    a manageable category-system on two levels (main category and sub category)

    file-management within the category-system (i.e. for publication of ones best work-efforts)

    publication of interesting links within Moodle or into the web via weblink

    self-reflection and documentation of ones personal learning-style by using private notes (with the

    option for publication within Moodle or into the web via weblink)

    commenting-functionality for published links, files and notes

    export-functionality into a SCORM-zip-format

    cross-course usage of eportfolio-module

    import of assignments from within all Moodle-courses into an individual portfolio

    import of previously from eportfolio-module exported SCORM-packages

    1.Under Blocks click on AddExabis Eportfolio.

    A new block appears. Click on My Portfolio to begin. The portfolio opens and your first option

    is to edit your personal information. The information-page can be seen as a page to put ones personal information on,

    just like a curriculum vitae or similar information.

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    2.Click Edit.

    3.Type in your info and click Save Changes.

    To keep ones portfolio structured, links, files and notes have to be kept within a category-system.

    4. Click on the Categories Tab to add and modify categories.

    5.You can add main categories and sub categories to better

    organize your eportfolio. Main-categories are created in the

    left fields, sub-categories in the right fields .Type a category

    name and click New. Click the X to delete a category. When

    finished click end editing.

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    6. Weblinks: Participants can add links to external sites within their portfolios and publish them explicitly to

    other participants of the course and even to all users within one Moodle-installation.

    7. To add a link click on the Links tab and add new link.

    8. Enter a Title for the link and select the category where you want it to appear.

    9. Enter the URL and a short description of the link in the Content area and click save changes.

    If you need to edit or delete a link you can use the icons to the right.

    10.Files can also be added to your eportfolio. Click on the Files tab and add new file.Name the file, select the

    category and browse for the file.

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    11.Notes are personal entries that are made by a eportfolio-user which are also categorized and may be published to

    others. Click on the Notes tab and add new note.

    Enter a title, select category and type the note. Save changes.

    12.Views: You can create and manage Views to control who can view your eportfolio and what they can view. Click on

    the Views tab and add View.

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    13.Enter a Title and description. You will see what items you have in your eportfolio listed on the left. Click and drag

    each item you want to share over to the View Design area. You can drag a headline to organize your info or text to add

    an additional text block.

    14.Click on the blue arrow next to Sharing.

    You have the option to share external access (users outside of our

    Marywood Moodle would get a weblink) or internal access which

    would allow you to share with participants that are in your courses.

    You can click access for all which would share with everyone in all

    your courses; or click Access only for the following users and a list

    of each of your courses and all the participants will appear. Check the

    boxes next to all the names you want to have access and click add.

    15.You can also Import files that you have done for any Moodle Assignments. This would allow students to add their

    papers/projects to their eportfolio. Click on the Export/Import tab and then Import Files.

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    16.A listing of any files you have submitted to a Moodle assignment appears. Click add this file to add it to your

    eportfolio.

    17.You can also export your eportfolio in SCORM format to use in an editor. Such editors allow the simple creation of

    html-views. For users of eportfolios this is a convenient way of either using their data in other elearning-platforms or to

    produce html-views with automated menu-entries and resources linked to them. This way complete resulting html-

    homepages can be transferred to the web easily.

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