This document outlines ePortfolio functionality within the new Portfolium LTI.
Portfolium ePortfolios allow Canvas users to create and share ePortfolio projects and network with their peers.
Portfolium is an LTI tool which allows Canvas users to create and share ePortfolios. Users can create any number of projects within their portfolio and import their Canvas assignment submissions directly to their ePortfolio. Additionally, Canvas users can access the Portfolium network to share their portfolio and connect with classmates and peers around the world.
Users can log in to Portfolium from their Canvas User Settings.
To open the Portfolium LTI tool, users must click the Account link in Global Navigation  and click the Portfolium link .
Users will be logged in and directed to the Portfolium landing page automatically.
Note: Users with an existing Portfolium account that is registered under their primary Canvas email will be logged in to their Portfolium account automatically. For new users, Portfolium will automatically create an account and add them to their institutions’ Portfolium network.
Canvas displays the Portfolium landing page, where users can build an ePortfolio , increase project visibility , network with employers and peers , view details for their Portfolium profile , and access the Portfolium User Guide .
A new browser tab will open to Portfolium.com.
Existing Portfolium users will be directed to the space they selected.
New users will be prompted to complete an onboarding page. Once completed, they will be redirected to their original destination.
Portfolium features are used to create and manage ePortfolio projects, network with peers and classmates, and share relevant experiences. Users can access and manage these features in their User Profile.
Users can access their User Profile by clicking the User Profile icon in the Portfolium Toolbar  and selecting the View Profile link .
The User Profile page contains features used to build and enhance a user’s ePortfolio.
Features include the Portfolium Toolbar , Profile Header , Sidebar , and User Profile Tabs .
Hovering over the cover photo will display additional options to add or edit the cover photo and edit profile settings.
The Sidebar displays the following sections:
Users can view and manage their Portfolium profile from the Profile tab . The Profile tab displays profile enhancement links  and profile details .
From the Portfolio tab, users can add and manage their ePortfolio projects.
In the Drafts tab, users can manage unpublished projects.
In the Connections tab, users can view their current Portfolium connections and connect with other Portfolium users.
In the Suggestions tab , users can view other Portfolium users’ projects , suggested skills for development , and connection suggestions .
Canvas assignment submissions can be imported to a user’s Portfolium ePortfolio.
To import Canvas assignments, click the User Profile icon . Then click the Settings link .
In the User Settings menu, click the Import Data link.
Click the Canvas button . Then click the Continue button .
A new window will open to the Canvas login page.
Enter your Canvas credentials  and click the Log In button .
Click the Authorize button.
Click the Course Assignments button.
Select the desired assignment checkboxes , then click the Select x Assignments link .
Click the Import Now button.
A message will display stating that the selected content is being imported . To import additional content, click the Import More button . To navigate to your profile, click the View My Profile button .
This document outlines existing functionality included in the initial release of this closed beta feature: Portfolium ePortfolios. Portfolium ePortfolios will continue to receive additional feature enhancements over future releases as indicated in the User Group: Portfolium. Please follow the release notes for future functionality updates, which will be indicated by the #portfolium tag.
Community feedback for Portfolium ePortfolios can be added in the User Group: Portfolium.
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