As a part of the Sophomore Initiative, Luther College is piloting the use of eportfolios in advising, in courses, in major programs, and in work study. Eportfolios give students a chance to reflect on their experiences so far, gather and archive examples of their work, and create professional portfolios they can share with prospective employers.To get involved with an eportfolio pilot at Luther College, contact Erin Flater [email protected]
This website provides some technical information regarding using Google Sites as an eportfolio platform.
How to share a template with someone*:
*Pro tip: Keep a clean copy of your template somewhere where others cannot access it. That way, if others make changes to your template on accident, you’ll still have a clean copy.
**Pro tip: To avoid others modifying your template, it is recommend that you uncheck the “Notify people” box. That way you have the option to be present when others first see the template.
How to make a copy of a template that has been shared with you:
Pro tip: Making a copy may take up to a minute to complete. Your copied google site will appear in your “My Drive”.
Note: If your site is large, it may not copy.
***Pro tip: You can always find Google items shared with you in “Shared with me”.
Now you can rename the site,
How do I make my Google site public for viewing?
How do I view the published version of my Google Site?
What browsers can I use?
Can I copy a page from one Google Site to another?
Can I use a different theme on each page?
Can I change the top image on the page?
Can you change the line spacing in the text?
Can I use multiple sizes of text in the same line?