Creating your E-portfolio     on Blackboard           D. Healey   AEI, University of Oregon
Step 1: Click on E-Portfolios on the left menubar
Step 2: Click E-Portfolio Information
You’ll see:You can click on E-portfolio overview to download anoverview of the e-portfolio tasks.
Click on E-Portfolios on the left menubar again
Step 3: Find and click on your name
Step 4. After you clickon your name, you’llsee this.Click onEdit Wiki Content
Step 5: Highlight “Add your file” in the appropriate week.
Step 6: Click on the paperclip icon
Step 7: Click Browse My Computer and find your file
Step 8: Click Insert after you select your file
Step 9: Click Submit to save!
It does get easier with practice.You’ll do this to add each of your tasks to your                   e-portfolio.
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Creating your eportfolio on Blackboard

  1. 1. Creating your E-portfolio on Blackboard D. Healey AEI, University of Oregon
  2. 2. Step 1: Click on E-Portfolios on the left menubar
  3. 3. Step 2: Click E-Portfolio Information
  4. 4. You’ll see:You can click on E-portfolio overview to download anoverview of the e-portfolio tasks.
  5. 5. Click on E-Portfolios on the left menubar again
  6. 6. Step 3: Find and click on your name
  7. 7. Step 4. After you clickon your name, you’llsee this.Click onEdit Wiki Content
  8. 8. Step 5: Highlight “Add your file” in the appropriate week.
  9. 9. Step 6: Click on the paperclip icon
  10. 10. Step 7: Click Browse My Computer and find your file
  11. 11. Step 8: Click Insert after you select your file
  12. 12. Step 9: Click Submit to save!
  13. 13. It does get easier with practice.You’ll do this to add each of your tasks to your e-portfolio.
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