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The DartWrite Portfolio project provides WordPress-based portfolio websites to all Dartmouth students. Supported by a grant from the Davis Educational Foundation, DartWrite fosters portfolio use across Dartmouth, supporting faculty and students in implementing portfolios inside and outside the classroom and driving research and assessment initiatives focused on understanding students' growth over time.

Need Help?

We have developed a support system for students and faculty who need help with their digital portfolios. If nothing below fits your needs, contact us to make a special request.

DartWrite How-To videos:

We've posted videos introducing students to basic editing concepts and functions on this site. You can find those videos (along with written transcripts) here: DartWrite How-To Videos.

Our video topics are limited to the basics. Try the Campus Press User Guides for answers to more questions.

CampusPress User Guides:

CampusPress, the internet host for your WordPress installation, maintains an excellent user guide that can answer virtually any question you may have about using WordPress in journeys.dartmouth.edu.

Visit their user-guide database to search for answers to your questions: Campus Press User Guides.

Support for Students at RWIT

Students may schedule an appointment with an RWIT tutor for help with a number of subjects including: themes and customization, editing and designing pages and posts, privacy settings, and developing new ideas or content.

Class Visits, upon Faculty Request

Faculty may request an in-class demonstration from an RWIT tutor on a variety of topics including: privacy, themes and customization, editing pages and posts, and even the scholarship on ePortfolios.

Because Dartmouth courses in Spring term of 2020 are online only, DartWrite won't offer in-class demonstrations through the usual approach. If faculty want something specific for a class - a consultation about a syllabus or assignment, a virtual class visit, content for your Canvas page, etc - they can email us at DartWrite@Dartmouth.edu with a request.