Migrating and Archiving Student ePortfoliosGraduating Students: Congratulations on being part of the first cohort to successfully developand maintain curriculum-related learning eportfolios as part of the Arts and Administrationgraduate program. Your input, feedback, and willingness to experiment with us was integral tothe success of this first department-wide implementation.You have successfully developed learning eportfolios as a way of documenting anddemonstrating your professional and academic growth over time, your curricular and co-curricular achievements, and applied your knowledge to a wide array of professional and projectweblogs. Lifelong eportfoliosWe encourage you to continue to apply this knowledge to lifelong learning through lifelongeportfolios. The basic tenet of learning eportfolios - making growth and learning explicit - isone that can be applied to any professional endeavor. Your skills in documentation throughdigital story, narrative, video, images, text, and more, are a sampling of the tools and knowledgeframeworks that you offer the community.I hope that you will take your learning eportfolio, migrate it to your own blog server space, andmorph it into your own professional eportfolio in order to: ● document professional achievements ● demonstrate your professional growth ● capture transformative moments through narrative and imagesAs you prepare to graduate, make a plan for migrating your learning eportfolio. Below youwill find instructions on how to do this. Once you graduate, your “student page” on the AADCommons, will be moved to an “alumni page”. As soon as you get your new blog address,please send it to us, so we can keep your information updated, and keep you connected. Archiving and migrating student eportfolios from AAA Blogs at graduation from the University of OregonThe purpose of the learning eportfolio is to capture your learning process while in the graduateprogram. For this reason, we would like to archive your learning eportfolio as a demonstrationof accomplishments - similar to the way that scholar’s bank provides a virtual archive of yourmaster’s terminal research.The AAD Program requests that students not make content additions or changes to theirlearning eportfolios located on the AAAblogs beyond what is presented in this document aftergraduation.Last updated on June 9, 2011 by Lori Hager and Scott Edward Huette for the Arts &Administration Program in the School of Architecture and Allied Arts at the University of Oregon.
Students should export a copy of the content from their eportfolio as soon as possbile aftergraduation. It is additionally requested that students create a final post on their ePortfolio, visibleon the “home page” or “landing page”, notifying future viewers that the site is no longer activelyupdated including information on how and where to locate new information about the author,such as a facebook page, twitter name, LinkedIn page, etc. The export of content and creatingof a final post should be completed no later than June 30th, 2011.After graduation student Duck ID and email accounts remain active for 1 Year1. After youraccount is deactivated by central computing, students will no longer be able to make changes totheir eportfolio or take action to migrate their eportfolio content to another system.To Export the content of your ePortfolio for backup and/or migration to another system completethe following steps. 1. Log into AAA Blogs. 2. Go to the Dashboard for your ePortfolio 3. Click on Tools from the menu on the left. 4. Click on Export. 5. Select any desired content filters. We recommend leaving all selected in order to backup all content. 6. Click Download Export File and save to your computer. 7. Create a second backup of this XML file on external media as this file will be the only access you will have to your eportfolio content after you graduate.More information about exporting content from you ePortfolio and migrating it to another system,such as WordPress.com or Blogger.com can be found at the following links.http://codex.wordpress.org/Tools_Export_Screenhttp://codex.wordpress.org/Tools_Import_ScreenMore information about professionally decommissioning a social networking or Internet site canbe found at the following link.http://www.stephanieschwab.com/2011/05/10/how-to-close-a-social-media-account/1http://it.uoregon.edu/emailLast updated on June 9, 2011 by Lori Hager and Scott Edward Huette for the Arts &Administration Program in the School of Architecture and Allied Arts at the University of Oregon.