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Module 3 – e-Learning Folios
An e-Learning Folio (or eLF) is a means of managing (collecting,
organising and presenting) activities, lessons and resources that
support varied approaches to teaching as well as the designated
learning outcomes of a class project or unit of work.
eLFs can be task oriented, scheduled, made available to selected
groups, shared with other teachers and may require students to
submit components of their work on or offline.
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In this module you will learn about:
–Creating e-Learning Folios (eLFs)
–Scheduling eLFs for use
–Sharing eLFs with others
–Viewing student progress and submissions
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Create an eLF
To create an eLF, select Create eLF from
the Resources option in the side menu
bar. With this option you will need to
specify the class the eLF should be
...or use the link in the e-Learning Folio
property box on the Class Page.
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Create an eLF - Details
Description – a description of your
eLF. The description you enter will be
displayed in search results.
Category – This includes curriculum
areas and department initiatives and
Audience – Includes school levels,
parent groups, community groups etc.
Subject – Add words that may help
refine a search for this eLF.
Keywords – as above
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Create an eLF - Template
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Create an eLF - Content
Title and Template (determined
by information added at previous
Student Presentation Format
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Create an eLF- Teacher Notes
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•Display now – students will see the eLF
in their e-Learning Folio immediately.
NOTE: this option can be selected later
through the Edit eLF process.
•Don’t display now – although the eLF is
saved, students cannot view it. The eLF
will, however, appear in the teacher’s eLF
Property on the Class Page (assuming the
eLF has been created from within a Class
•Schedule display for following period –
This allows teachers to set a specific
student display period for the eLF.
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If you have created the eLF from outside a class
page, you will also see a box that requests that you
choose a class to add the eLF to. It appears at the
top of the page and looks like this.
Don’t add to Class will apply when you are creating
an eLF and do not want it added to a class at that
time. You may be constructing an eLF over a period
of time and may wish to leave it as unassigned. You
can go back and add it to a class or multiple classes
at a later date.
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Share an eLF
–Don’t share – only the creator of the eLF has
access to it.
–Teachers in my school – any teacher in your
school can use this eLF.
–Teachers in my deployment – teachers in
your department or deployment can access this
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Adding an eLF to a Class Page
Select the eLF(s) to be added, Next, choose the Class Page(s)
then click Add. that you wish to add the eLF(s)
to, then click Add.
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Viewing an eLF - Teacher
Teachers click on the title …….and see the student information
of an eLF….. as well as the Teacher Notes.
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Viewing an eLF - Student
Students click on the title of an eLF and are
presented with the information without the Teacher
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Viewing Student Progress
Teachers can easily monitor the use
of online resources.
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Viewing Student Submissions
Student work is submitted
via the uploader……
…which teachers can then
view by clicking
Submissions in the eLF
…and selecting the name of
the submission they wish
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