Your teacher may require you to submit a Digication e-portfolio for his or her class, you may be asked to create a portfolio for a group, or you may decide to create a portfolio independently in order to show your work to future employers. You can get started on a portfolio by logging in at https://myneufolio.digication.com/.
Note: if you are a student or faculty member in the College of Professional Studies, you should create your portfolio at https://northeastern.digication.com/ and send any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
e-Portfolios are platforms for students, teachers, alumni, and professionals to showcase their work and ideas. They are archives of learning, discovery, progress, achievement and reflection. A few uses of e-Portfolios include assessment, admissions, interactive resumes, student galleries, teacher resource sites, collaborative project portfolios, and research presentations.
- Student e-portfolio to document reflection on course topics and assignments.
- e-Portfolio used by an individual in a class to showcase work created in that class. Here’s another one.
- e-Portfolio used to document successful alignment with the standards of a course, program, or profession.
- e-Portfolio used by an entire class as a shared space to publish writing.
- e-Portfolio used to showcase various design skills and accomplishments.
- e-Portfolio created as a simple website to showcase information.
The screencasts below can help you get started with Digication:
Click on a topic below to view the screencast.
Creating an e-Portfolio(~6 mins)
Adding Content Modules (~6 mins)
Using the Rich Text Module (~5.5 mins)
Adding Media to a Portfolio (~6 mins)
Adding Tags and Comments (~4 mins)
Customizing the Look of a Portfolio (~4.5 mins)
Enrolling in a Course (~3 mins)
Understanding Permissions (~5 mins)
Submitting a Portfolio as an Assignment
Faculty who want to understand how to create eportfolios in Digication will find it useful to watch the screencasts created for students. In addition, the following screencasts address tasks that are unique to the faculty role.