Upload files from your computer, personal storage device, or Locker.
Tip: Consider compressing large media files before you upload them to save space in your portfolio. Full resolution files are not usually necessary for display on the web.
Tags are words you associate with an object to make items easier to find. You can search for items with specific tags, and other users can use your tags to search for items.
To make a multiple-word tag, place double quotes around the entire phrase. For example: typing “winter project” makes the two words a single tag.
To make a private tag that only you can see, type the @ symbol in front of the tag. For example: typing @draft adds a private @draft tag to an item that other users will not see when you share the item with them.
To make a private multiple-word tag, put the @ symbol before the quotation marks, for example: @”rough draft”.
Tip: You might want to compress large media files before uploading them to save space in your portfolio. Full resolution files are not usually necessary for presentation on the web.
Portfolio provides the option to create HTML artefacts using a simple HTML Editor. HTML files may contain formatted text, images, videos, audio files, and links to content in Learning Environment.
If you want to include an existing website as an artefact in your portfolio, you can reference the address (URL) for the site rather than uploading files.
A great way to track your progress over time is to include your unit work in your portfolio. You may then review your work at any point in the future and compare it to other assignments and units.
Forms are templates created by your Faculty, School or Unit Chairs collecting information using a set of question fields.
You can record audio directly within Portfolio, rather than pre-recording audio on your computer and uploading it as a file.