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ePortfolio is retiring

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We will be retiring the D2L ePortfolio platform on December 20th, 2022. Our records show that you have accessed ePortfolio in the past 6 months. We understand that access may have been accidental, but we wanted to let you know anyway.

We wanted to provide you with instructions on how to export your ePortfolio for your own records. Once we retire ePortfolio, you will not be able to access any of its contents. We recommend you use the Export option and save those records to your Google drive or a personal device.

How to export your ePortfolio contents

  1. Log in to Brightspace and access your ePortfolio dashboard.
  2. On the My Items page, from the More Actions button, click Go to Import / Export page.
  3. Do one of the following:
    • To export all items, click Export > All Items.
    • To export specific items, click Export > Selected Items. Click Add Items, then select the items you want to export. Click Add.
  4. Click Export.
  5. Click the View progress of the export package link.
  6. In the Download File dialog that displays, click the link for your exported package.
  7. Save the file to your desktop. You can also save to your Google Drive folder.

Video

You can also watch this video of the export process.

For assistance, please contact the Student Help Desk at shd@pcc.edu or 971-722-8222

Why retire ePortfolio?

We are retiring the ePortfolio software because it is no longer being developed. There have been no updates to the platform for 4 years, and there is no plan to migrate materials to the new portfolio platform. Since ePortfolio has only been used by two small programs and neither program is actively using the software, we determined that now was a good time to retire and remove the software from our environment.

About Andy Freed

I'm the Director of Learning Technology & Innovation (LTI!), where I oversee our infrastructure, technical support, and online student services teams. I've been with the College since 2001 and have worked in several positions, from tech... more »

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