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Create e-Portfolio - Digication E-Portfolio
Digication is an e-Portfolio tool that allows you to creatively organize, showcase, and share your accomplishments online. Here's how to log in to your account and create a new e-Portfolio.
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Step 1
Go to in your web browser. Step 2:Enter your Etown network username and password, then click Log In

Log in To Digication
Step 3:Click Create in the My e-Portfolios section. 

Create e-Portfolio
Step 4:Name your e-Portfolio. 

Name e-Portfolio
Step 5:Select your template. Click More Templates to see more templates designed for specific courses.

Select Template, or More Templates
Under More Templates, click Elizabethtown College Templates. Choose a template from the list, then click Select

Elizabethtown College Templates, Select Course Template
Step 6:Choose your Permissions settings. Click Custom Permissions to grant further access to some individuals or groups. 

Permissions, Custom Permissions
Under Custom Permissions, search for the individual, group, or course to which you want to add permissions. Click on the name when it appears. 

Search Name or Group
Next to the name, choose the Role from the dropdown list. Descriptions of the roles are listed under the name. 

Choose Role
You may click Remove to remove the person/group from your permissions. 


Note: If you want your portfolio to be private (not searchable by search engines), yet be able to share the link for anyone to view it, choose Public under Permissions. Click Custom Permissions and remove the check from Show e-portfolio in directory. 

Private and Sharable
Step 7:Choose your Tagging preferences. Tags are searchable keywords that you can assign to pages to make them easy to navigate. 

Tagging Preferences
Step 8:Choose who can leave comments on your pages. 
Note: A registered user is someone that also has an e-Portfolio.

Allow Comments From
Step 9:Choose the comment settings. 

Comment Settings
Step 10:Click Create New e-Portfolio.

Create New e-Portfolio
Step 11:Your portfolio will appear. Here are instructions on navigating and editing your portfolio, and adding content, or modules, to your portfolio. 

Your Portfolio

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