Attention Seniors - Portfolio Presentation Instructions
These instructions are to be used to create your portfolio presentation on a flash drive for the day you present to the panel of judges. This process will eliminate the need to use RIEPS during your presentation and insure your presentation is successful.
1. Open Internet Explorer and log on to RIEPS (the process to download to the flash drive is easier with Internet Explorer).
2. Click on My Sites.
3. Click on Cranston High School East under the Portfolios section.
4. Click on Portfolios on the left hand panel.
5. Click on Add to begin the creation of your portfolio.
6. Select the Cranston East Template from the drop down box and click continue.
7. Enter your name and Senior Portfolio Presentation in the red starred box and then click continue.
8. On the next page, enter your name, graduation date, and then continue.
9. In the template, select the projects that belong in each category required for your graduation presentation. Two communication projects, one problem solving, and one of your choice. Be sure that all four are graded and returned to you.
10. Click Finish after adding all four projects to your template.
11. RIEPS will return you the Portfolio screen and your portfolio presentation will be at the top of the list.
12. Click on the Download option under name.
13. A dialog box will appear as a zip file, click on the Save option (Internet Explorer saves the file to the desktop by default; other browsers may save the file in other locations).
14. Save the file to the Desktop.
15. Copy the Zip file to your flash drive.
16. Open your flash drive.
17. Use the option on the left hand pane to Extract the files and use the flash drive as the destination drive for the extracted files (you may want to make a folder for your presentation files first to extract your files to if you have many files on your flash drive).
18. Once the files are extracted, you can run your presentation from the flash drive by double clicking on the icon that is labeled “mypresentation”.
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Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 February 2013 11:41