Your profile is populated by the information in your LEO profile. You can change your display name and add an introduction. The display name appears next your profile picture, which appears when you contribute to a group forum for instance. Use your Profile to share information about yourself.
Notice the sub-menu for profile contains further tabs:
Your ePortfolio can be a cloud based repository for you with all your documents (Up to 50Mb) available from any internet enabled device.
It uses a familiar file/folder structure that you can create, and enables you to drag and drop documents between folders. Any documents uploaded through a Page, or attached to a forum post or Journal article will appear at the root level of this repository. Drag and dropping it into a folder doesn’t break the link from your upload either.
You need to select the copyright tick box to enable the file browser to operate.
Another handy feature is being able to download your documents as a zip file.
If you enabled ‘multiple journals’ in your settings you can create journals for different units, for instance.
Journals are like weblogs (blogs) where you can record your personal reflections and attach a picture to help illustrate your points for your audience.
Clicking ‘New entry’ opens the page and options for it. It must have a title and an Entry. The Entry can be styled using the What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get HTML editor. Add webpage links, photo’s, bullet points etc.
Other opinions include tags. Tags are useful for assembling evidence in your Portfolio because you can search for a tag (for example, ankle manipulation) and all entries tagged with the term ankle can be displayed in your Portfolio. You can also attach a file, like a news clipping, that you are commenting on.
If you save the entry as a Draft, only you can see the page, otherwise they are public to all users on the System and you can allow viewers to leave comments.