Learn how Canvas ePortfolios allow students and instructors to organize and showcase their work in a structured online format.
- [Oliver] In this video,…I want to go over another great tool inside of Canvas,…and that is the ePortfolio.…An ePortfolio is a great way for you to store…projects, images, assignments, accomplishments, and more,…in a digital format.…They're a great way to stay organized…and to showcase some of your work.…Now in order to access your ePortfolio,…you can go to your account in the global navigation bar,…and from here, at the bottom,…there's a link for ePortfolios.…I'll click on that,…and it opens up my ePortfolio page.…
Now this is a resource…that both students and instructors can utilize.…It says here a definition of what an ePortfolio is,…as well as some of the things that you can include,…including displaying papers you're proud of,…talking about thoughts and work…that went into class submissions,…gather an overview…of your educational experience as a whole,…or share you work with friends or future employers.…Now I've seen a lot of different ways…that ePortfolios have been used.…Sometimes, students will use them…
- Communicating with video and messages
- Using notifications
- Setting up peer reviews
- Analyzing assignments
- Organizing content
- Using mastery paths
- Ensuring content is accessible
- Adjusting headings, links, and tags
- Integrating with third-party applications
- Importing and exporting courses
- Using HTML in Canvas
Skill Level Intermediate
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