Student FAQ

If your professor cannot see you portfolio, it may be due to the following reasons:

1. You may not have given your professor access to your portfolio. You can do so by changing your portfolio's custom privacy settings. You can view our tutorial privacy settings tutorial here.  

2. Your portfolio pages may not be published. If you can see content in your portfolio, and your professor cannot, you may not have published all of the pages. Your can view a screenshot tutorial on publishing pages here. 

Submitting your portfolio is simple. We have a tutorial detailing the process here. Please note that you may have multiple assignments. Make sure that you are submitting to the correct assignment. Also, if you do have more than one assignment, you must select the assignment you wish to submit to before the submit button is clickable. 

You can use many different websites to help you make a banner. Banners must be 779 pixels wide to fit the width of your aportfolio. The maximum height for a banner is 200 pixels. For website suggestions and more details on how to design your banner please see our tutorial video or our screenshot tutorial on banners. 

You must make sure you click within the page before adding content, otherwise it is placed in your menu and appears on all pages. If content (text, pictures, video) is unintentionally visible on every page, view this tutorial.

If you are finding it difficult to view your PDF, make sure you are in published view. Follow these steps.

You can become eligible for Aportfolio use in two ways:

  1. If you have been enrolled in a class that uses Aportfolios, you already have access.
  2. If you’re not in a course using Aportfolios and you would like to have access, email us at aportfolio@appstate.edu.

You can also sign up for the Aportfolio Scholars Award.

You will find extensive resources at https://aportfolio.appstate.edu/tutorials. This support site has tutorials to help you give your site a personal look and feel by changing the banners, backgrounds, embedding videos, graphics and setting up a simple site navigation to enhance your end users experience.

You can schedule a meeting with us to review your Aportfolio. Please email us at Aportfolio@appstate.edu and list at least 4 possible meeting times. We will try to accommodate your schedule as best as we can.

We also encourage ALL students to meet with a professor or academic advisor within your major. They are valuable resources in guiding what kinds of media and content your individual Aportfolio should include for your area of study.

Faculty FAQ

If you would like to include Aportfolios for purposes of grading and assement in your course, please complete the online form or contact Elaine Gray at grayje@appstate.edu.

We have extensive online resources for learning how to use Aportfolios pedagogically.  See: https://aportfolio.appstate.edu/faculty Start with our faculty tutorial videos.

We suggest reviewing the Catalyst for Learning site as it contains resources and case studies from across the nation http://c2l.mcnrc.org/

Support can be found at https://aportfolio.appstate.edu/tutorials

There you will find screenshot and video tutorials to answer your questions. Students and faculty are welcome to email us with any questions concerning the Aportfolio.


Contact us for details about how to link your Aportfolio course to your ASULearn site.