Once an ePortfolio for a class is complete, students must still submit it to an instructor for viewing. This video takes you through the process of submitting an ePortfolio to an instructor, and of verifying that the submission occurred successfully.
- [Speaker] When your students have finished up…an ePortfolio for your class, you'll probably…want them to submit it as an assignment.…Submitting an ePortfolio basically takes a snapshot…of the portfolio at the moment of submission, giving you,…as an instructor, something static to respond to and assess.…This can be useful for both simplifying administration…and grading and making sure that no students…are actually working past a deadline.…So, here's how the submission process works…from your student's point of view.…There are two basic ways to submit an ePortfolio.…
The first begins here in the ePortfolio itself.…From the Publish dropdown, just select Submit.…This will pull up a conditional screen,…showing all the assignments using Digication…with which your profile is associated.…Selecting an assignment pulls up a Table View…of all pages in the portfolio.…Notice here that we've got some unpublished content,…which is designated by the DRAFT symbol.…This means that even if we were to submit the ePortfolio,…some of the material would still not be available,…
- What are ePortfolios?
- Navigating the interface
- Adding and customizing slides
- Creating a Digication ePortfolio
- Adding text-based and multimedia content
- Adding new pages
- Making your ePortfolio available
- Digication for teachers
- Creating an assignment
- Presenting ePortfolios to students