* Login to myPlymouth [http://my.plymouth.edu] * Select the MYCOURSES tab and the myCourses window appears. * In the right column of the window, in the _myLearning_ section, click on MAHARA (EPORTFOLIO) You will now be looking at your Mahara Dashboa...
Watch this video to learn the difference between the DASHBOARD, PROFILE PAGE, AND PORTFOLIO PAGE, and why it is important. OR HERE ARE DESCRIPTIONS ABOUT THE IMPORTANT PORTFOLIO PAGES. When you start your Portfolio page, you will have two pages (dash...
On January 13, 2017, PSU upgraded Mahara e-Portfolio System to provide visual improvements and bug fixes. The appearance has changed to some extent but you will not see any alterations in the functionality. Below are a number of significant changes. C...
WHAT IS MAHARA?  MAHARA IS A FULLY FEATURED WEB APPLICATION TO BUILD YOUR DIGITAL PORTFOLIO. YOU CAN CREATE JOURNALS, UPLOAD FILES, EMBED SOCIAL MEDIA RESOURCES FROM THE WEB AND COLLABORATE WITH OTHER USERS IN GROUPS. HOW DO I USE IT?  BELOW IS AN OVERVI...
WHAT IS AN EPORTFOLIO? A powerful one-stop interactive resource to exhibit your accomplishments, experiences, interests, and professional development with anyone you want, including colleagues or peers, instructors, and employers or potential employers. ...
  * Take control of your learning and achievements and make it visible. * Impress your instructor by creating an interactive multimedia project.  * Map your learning - organize and link to assignments, visually show your presentations, etc. over t...
TAKE MINUTE TO GET FAMILIAR WITH THE GENERAL LAYOUT OF THE SITE AS WELL AS THE NAVIGATION BAR TABS AND SUBCATEGORIES.
Log into Mahara. On Dashboard (landing page) screen, click on Moodle Course – Third large block on left side of screen. Click on the Mahara title next to the book icon. First chapter has a list of examples. Look for P&T examples.
 USING AN EP HAS BEEN LINKED TO MAKING GREATER CONNECTIONS BETWEEN CLASSROOM WORK, EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES AND EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING. MAKING CONNECTIONS MEANS LEARNING, MEANS HIGHER GPA’S, MEANS INCREASED RETENTION.WIN WIN WIN!