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ePortfolios: Submitting your work

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If you have been requested to use an ePortfolio (CampusPress) site for an assessment then please follow the guidance below;

  • You will need to ensure that you have published all the pages and posts that make up your final submission before the due date. Check that you can see all of the work that you wish to submit on your published/live site (e.g. eportfolios.roehampton.ac.uk/smitha). Delete or revert to draft the work you do not want marked.
  • IMPORTANT! You will not be able to publish your work after the due date has passed.
  • As well as publishing your work you may be required to submit a link to the work, along with other information, to a submission point on Moodle. Look on your Moodle module for guidance on this and if you are unsure speak to your lecturer.

How do I publish my work?

To publish your work you will need to go to login to your eportfolio site. Click on the title of your site to take you to the dashboard. From here you can click on Posts or Pages.

Option 1: Change work first and then publish

 

  • Under either the list of posts or of pages, depending on what you want to change, hover your mouse over the post or page you wish to publish.
  • Select Edit

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  • If you want a new post or page click Add New at the top of the page
  • Make the required changes on the post or page
  • Then on the right of the page click the blue Publish button

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  • You may find the page has already been published in which case click Update to save the changes to your published work

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  • Once published check your published/live site (e.g. eportfolios.roehampton.ac.uk/smitha) to check everything looks correct.

NB. If you have already published work but you don’t want to submit it for marking you can click on the edit link next to the status (see above image) and revert it to draft. This will mean it is not visible on the published/live site.

 

Option 2: Quick publish option

 

  • Under the list of posts or pages hover your mouse over the post or page you wish to publish.
  • Select Quick Edit

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  • On the page that appears change the status to Published

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  • Then click the blue Update button
  • Once published check your published/live site (e.g. eportfolios.roehampton.ac.uk/smitha) to check everything looks correct.

What if I have mitigating circumstances?

If you have mitigating circumstances approved then your lecturer can change your settings so that you can still publish your work up until your new deadline. If you are not able to publish your work please contact your lecturer.

Once the deadline has been reached, ensure all of your work is published – all the posts and any pages and check that you can see all of the work you wish to submit is on your published/live site (e.g. eportfolios.roehampton.ac.uk/smitha). Contact your lecturer to let them know you have published the work.

What if I am submitting late?

If you are submitting late and you find that you cannot publish your work then you will need to ask your lecturer if they will change your settings so that you can publish your work at a later date. Please be aware of the penalties for late submission of assignments, detailed information can be found here.

Once you are ready to submit, ensure all of your work is published – all the posts and any pages and check that you can see all of the work you wish to submit is on your published/live site (e.g. eportfolios.roehampton.ac.uk/smitha). Contact your lecturer to let them know you have published the work.

Grades and Feedback

There are several ways in which the lecturer may provide you with grades and feedback and this will normally be via a link on your Moodle module page.

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