This is the First Tutorial of a series of tutorials. Please view them all to understand the basics of Aportfolio.
To create a new Aportfolio, click the create button on your homepage.
You will need to give your Aportfolio a unique title. If you are using Aportfolio as part of a course, your name and a portion of the course title can help your professor distinguish between student portfolios.
You will now need to choose a template. Ask your instructor if they have created a template specifically for the course. If your course has a template, you can select it here. Note that templates are listed alphabetically.
Once you have selected a template, you can preview it.
When you are done, click the x here.
Once you have selected your template, click create.
This is the landing page of your Aportfolio.
The navigation menu, outlined in orange, is used to organize, name and add pages to your Aportfolio.
To edit the navigation menu, click on the white space to the right of your menu items.
Then click the lock icon.
Hover over the menu and a suite of editing icons will pop up.
To close the Navigation editing, click off the navigation section.
You are currently seeing the “Home” page. Pages are made up of slides and content. Similar to PPT you have a blank slide on which you add your text, images etc.
The section outlined in orange here is called the “slide content area.” This is where you will place text and other content such as images or PDFs.
To add content, click on the blue plus button.
Behind the slide content and to the side of the content you can see your slide background.
To change the background of your slide, click the gear icon on the right side of the page. Backgrounds can include color or pictures.
*Slides stack vertically and you can add numerous slides to a page. For simplicity’s sake, we suggest no more than two slides per page.
If you have additional questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org