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Students - Step 1: Creating your Portfolio

2021

Students - Step 1: Creating your Portfolio

 

Your portfolio is to be created using Microsoft Office's tool called OneNote. OneNote is like a digital notebook where you can create sections and pages of content. Upload documents, images, video and more. 

Creating your portfolio is a 3-step process. The directions below will walk you through Step 1, Creating your Portfolio. 

 

 

1. Login to Montco Connect (the portal)  

2. Navigate to the Quick Links drop down menu, select the Office 365 icon

 

Note: If you do not see this icon, navigate to https://www.mc3.edu/office365

 

 

3. Click the OneNote icon.

 

 

4. In the upper left corner, click New. A drop down menu will appear. Select Blank Notebook

 

 

5. Give your Notebook the name your instructor has indicated. For example, Portfolio for Jane Doe.  

Then click Create.

 

6. As indicated by your instructor, you will need to provide content for specific sections in your portfolio.

To add content to these areas you will need to create Sections in your Notebook. 

 
7. In lower left corner of your Notebook, click the + Section icon.   

8. A pop-up window will appear. Enter the section name you wish to add. Click OK when you are finished.

You will need to do this for each Section that you are required to include as indicated by your instructor.

 

 

9. Once you have added your Sections you can begin adding your content which is Step 2 of the portfolio process.   

 

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