iPortfolio will be switched off soon

You'll no longer be able to access iPortfolio after June 30, 2018. If you've got data saved in iPortfolio, make sure you download and save it elsewhere before this date. There are many other free online tools that you can use to build your online profile and showcase your professional experience. Visit the Careers, Employment and Leadership Centre's website for resources and tips.

iPortfolio 
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What's the iPortfolio?

The iPortfolio is an online space designed specifically for Curtin staff and students. The purpose of the iPortfolio is for you to reflect on, and demonstrate evidence of your learning achievements, by drawing on experiences both within and beyond the formal classroom.

System Requirements

We're sorry, but it appears that your browser settings are not supported; you don't have JavaScript enabled.

The minimum software and display requirements to view iPortfolio are as follows:

  • Browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 or later (preferably Internet Explorer 8; Internet Explorer 9 is not currently supported), Mozilla Firefox 2.0 or later, Apple Safari 2.0 or later or Google Chrome 1.0 or later.
  • Browser Settings: JavaScript, Cookies and SSL enabled
  • Display: at least a 1024 x 768 screen resolution (preferably at least 1152 x 864) with 256 colours or higher

If you re-visit iPortfolio and your system meets the above requirements then you will see the login box.

How do I enable JavaScript in my browser?

In order to view iPortfolio, you will need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser. To do so, please follow the instructions below for the browser you are using:

Internet Explorer

  1. Select 'Tools' from the top menu
  2. Choose 'Internet Options'
  3. Click on the 'Security' tab
  4. Click on 'Custom Level'
  5. Scroll down until you see section labled 'Scripting'
  6. Under 'Active Scripting', select 'Enable' and click OK

Netscape Navigator

  1. Select 'Edit' from the top menu
  2. Choose 'Preferences'
  3. Choose 'Advanced'
  4. Choose 'Scripts & Plugins'
  5. Select the 'Enable JavaScript' checkbox and click OK

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Select 'Tools' from the top menu
  2. Choose 'Options'
  3. Choose 'Content' from the top navigation
  4. Select the checkbox next to 'Enable JavaScript' and click OK

Apple Safari

  1. Select 'Safari' from the top menu
  2. Choose 'Preferences'
  3. Choose 'Security'
  4. Select the checkbox next to 'Enable JavaScript'