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Creating your ePortfolio
Transcript of Creating your ePortfolio
Go to weebly.com
Enter your name and email
Create a password and click on "Get Started"
Congratulations! You have successfully created your own Weebly account.
Create an Account
1. You are creating a site
Choose a Theme
Your home page should have a Title: "Educational ePortfolio" and a 150-200 word description of what people will find in your portfolio.
Guidlines for Pages
Create a Subdomain
Once you have chosen a theme for your ePortfolio you will be prompted to create a domain name for your site. This is the web address that people will enter to find your site. Therefore, you want to make it easy to spell, relevant, and as short as possible. These things will make it easier for people to remember and find your site.
Create Your ePortfolio's Domain
Creating your ePortfolio
Step by Step
Click on Pages from the menu at the top of the page.
Your ePortfolio will need to have a minimum of four pages. The pages should be titled and ordered as seen in the example. When you click on each page you can choose the layout of each page. You may choose whatever you prefer, however please keep your pages consistent.
Customize Your Pages
Once you have your four pages you will want to click on the "Build" button in the menu to start customizing your pages. Click on the page you would like to customize. You may customize your page by dragging a dropping elements from the menu on the left side of the page to the location you would like to see them on your web page. Some of the most popular elements you will use are Title, Text, and Image. However, you may use any of the options available. If an element has a star next to it, then that element is not available in the free version.
In the upper right corner of the site you will see an orange publish button. When you are confident that your ePortfolio is complete you should click on the publish button. It will then take you to a small page with a hyperlink to your ePortfolio website. Copy this link and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Publish Your Site
2. Choose a theme for your ePortfolio.
You will choose a minimum of four exemplary work samples to display on this page. You may edit your work samples before you upload them to the site.Go in depth about each assignment, what you learned, what your challenges were, and how you can apply what you know to other areas.
This is where you will express your educational goals and what your next steps are in order to obtain your goals. Use the SMART goals template.
Theme, Font, and Color Choices:
I chose a theme that resembles an online account or profile because the assignment requires to showcase their work online, similar to the way the would in an online profile, however this assignment is much more professional and academic.
I chose a font that is easy to read regardless of size. Each of the letters are distinct and do not have a lot of frill. This is good because it makes everything easy to read and each slide easy to organize.
The colors that I chose are all cool shades of blues and gray with one shade of dark blue to really emphasize titles and headings.
This is where you will reflect on what you have learned in various units in this class. You will eventually choose a passion or topic of interest for you and write weekly about that topic.
Scroll through the themes. Pay Attention to the layout more than the images. You can customize the images later.