Adding Modules to Your ePortfolio

Audience: Clubs, Faculty, Researchers, Staff, Students and Teaching Assistants

This KB Article References: Digication ePortfolios
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Last Updated: July 31, 2017

1. Log in to Digication and click on your ePortfolio

2. Click on the page that you would like to add a module to.

3. If you have already added a module to this page, you can add another module by clicking the green 'Add a Module' button on the right side of the page (pictured below). This will cause a grey box listing the different types of modules to appear. If you have not yet added a module to the page you are working on, this box will appear on its own.

4. In the grey box that appears, you will notice that the 'Rich Text' module is selected by default.  The following is a list of all the modules you can create in your ePortfolio:

  • Image/Video/Audio: This module allows you to display a single multimedia artifact such as images, videos and audio files.
  • Rich Text: This module allows you to enter text and modify the formatting (bolditalicizeunderline) as well as create links to external websites, files and images.
  • Gallery: This module allows you create an online gallery of multimedia artifacts (images, videos, etc.) and allows for text captions.
  • Contact Form: This module allows you to receive feedback and comments from your audience without revealing your personal contact information.
  • Equation: This module allows you to display mathematical equations in the form of LaTeX and AsciiMath notations.
  • SocialThis module allows you to create a set of links to social media/networking sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Pintrest.
  • Creative Commons License: This module allows you to set up a Creative Commons License, which you can use to protect your work from unauthorized use.

5. Once you have selected the module you want to add, click 'Add This Module'

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