How to Upload a File within Mahara How to work on a Mahara within Mahara
After you have logged into the Moodle: - http://protocolconsultancyservices-online.org.uk/  Click on the E-Portfolio to ta...
Once you are logged into Mahara you need to Click on the My Portfolio button Then click on the My Files button to start ac...
Before you upload a file, you first need to tick the box which confirms that you own the file and that it does not contain...
That’s it your file will now automatically appear in your Mahara space. CLICK HERE TO RETURN TO THE MENU
After you have logged into the Moodle: - http://protocolconsultancyservices-online.org.uk/  Click on the E-Portfolio to ta...
Once you are logged into Mahara you need to Click on the My Portfolio button Then click on the My Files button to start ac...
Find the document/file that you wish to open and click on it
This next screenshot may look different depending on what internet browser you are using. The idea is not to open the docu...
Navigate to the place you wish to save the file and click save.
Once you have saved the document/file it makes sense at this point to delete the old file that exists in Mahara. To do thi...
Then click OK to confirm that you are going to delete the file  (Please make sure that you are deleting the correct file a...
Once you have deleted the document/file you can simply work on the file you have downloaded to your PC or memory stick. On...
 
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Mahara Walk Through

  1. 1. How to Upload a File within Mahara How to work on a Mahara within Mahara
  2. 2. After you have logged into the Moodle: - http://protocolconsultancyservices-online.org.uk/ Click on the E-Portfolio to take you to Mahara
  3. 3. Once you are logged into Mahara you need to Click on the My Portfolio button Then click on the My Files button to start accessing your Mahara space You then need to drill down to the folder/area you wish to save your document to Then click on ‘Upload File’
  4. 4. Before you upload a file, you first need to tick the box which confirms that you own the file and that it does not contain any material that may cause conflict with Protocol’s internet security policy The you need to click on the ‘Browse’ button and navigate to where your file is located
  5. 5. That’s it your file will now automatically appear in your Mahara space. CLICK HERE TO RETURN TO THE MENU
  6. 6. After you have logged into the Moodle: - http://protocolconsultancyservices-online.org.uk/ Click on the E-Portfolio to take you to Mahara
  7. 7. Once you are logged into Mahara you need to Click on the My Portfolio button Then click on the My Files button to start accessing your Mahara space Then click on the relevant course and find the file you wish to work on.
  8. 8. Find the document/file that you wish to open and click on it
  9. 9. This next screenshot may look different depending on what internet browser you are using. The idea is not to open the document but to save it onto your PC or Memory Stick. So please choose the relevant option which should read ‘Save As’
  10. 10. Navigate to the place you wish to save the file and click save.
  11. 11. Once you have saved the document/file it makes sense at this point to delete the old file that exists in Mahara. To do this simply click on the ‘delete’ icon
  12. 12. Then click OK to confirm that you are going to delete the file (Please make sure that you are deleting the correct file as once you click OK the file will not be able to be retrieved)
  13. 13. Once you have deleted the document/file you can simply work on the file you have downloaded to your PC or memory stick. Once you have finished working on the document you need to re-upload the file back into Mahara. To jog you memory on how to do this please click here

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