At-a-Glance Guide* Collect, organize and publish imagebased e-portfolios using Apple’s iPhoto® What to do? Here is the process we will cover: Here are just a few instructions to get you started to create an artifact or a complete electronic portfolio that is primarily comprised of images that are either scanned or taken with a digital still camera. I have correlated iPhoto’s steps with my stages of electronic portfolio development (http://electronicportfolios.com/portfolios/EPDevProcess.html ). Import Images (Stage 2: Creating the digital archive) Import your images using File Menu -> Import… . Organize images Create a new Album to hold images for the portfolio. Drag images from the Library into the new Album. Click and drag the images into the appropriate order. Assign Keywords Create a new Album for each version of the portfolio that you want to create (i.e., one for a Book, another for a QuickTime movie). Edit images Crop pictures Adjust brightness and contrast Remove red-eye Constrain the size Create a Book: (Stage 3: The Reflective Portfolio) Select Theme of Book Select Page Design Add comments to each image – these comments provide the reflective rationale for including each image Preview and Print (to PDF!) Share (Stage 5: The Presentation Portfolio) in many formats: Print in paper or electronic (PDF) format Slide Show with music (from iTunes) Home Page (create an HTML Gallery) QuickTime movie (Edit Movie, add a narration sound track with QuickTime Player Pro) Conversion: When completed, images collected in Albums can be converted into HTML, PDF, or QuickTime movie formats. Home Pages can be uploaded to your iDisk account. © 2003, Helen C. Barrett, Ph.D. http://electronicportfolios.com *This one-page summary provides a quick guide to the process. A comprehensive handbook with more detailed instructions and videos is available on CD-ROM. Permission is granted to educational institutions to print this page for non-profit educational purposes only. All other rights reserved.