LEO Guides

How to submit ePortfolio assignment

You may be asked to submit an ePortfolio 'Page' or 'Collection' as an assessment task through a LEO Assignment activity. This option allows you to share a 'Page' or 'Collection' with your teacher in order for them to assess your work, provide feedback and marking.

You can submit a 'Page' or 'Collection' via a LEO Assignment (not Turnitin).

1. Click the assignment link in your LEO unit to open the assignment, where you will see information about the assignment, such any instructions, the due date and the status of any submissions you have already made.

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2. Click the 'Add submission'  to make a submission.

3.A list of 'Pages' or 'Collections' created in your ePortfolio will appear. If you have a number of 'Pages' or 'Collections' in your ePortfolio you can use the search box to filter and locate them.

displays ePortfolio assignment submission 4. Click the radio button next to to the correct 'Page' or 'Collection'.

NOTE: By default "Pages' and 'Collections' are locked from being edited once submitted.

5. 'Save changes' to submit.


You can edit your submission up until the due date by choosing another ePortfolio 'Page' or 'Collection' but you cannot delete the 'Page' or 'Collection' from the submission inbox

displays image of  page in ePortfolio and link to assignment submisison

NOTE: By default, 'Pages' or 'Collections' are locked from being edited once submitted.

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