This article includes information on the new premium Educator Portfolios platform.

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Help is on every page

If you get stuck or have a question, click on the little blue tab at the bottom right of your screen that says 'Need help?'. This clever little button will give you videos, tips and links to help centre articles relating to the page you're on:

If you need further information beyond what's in the panel, you can click one of the two links at the bottom. One will take you to our help centre where you can browse our library of help documents. The other, 'Ask a question', will open a new window so you can ask our support team directly.

Workshops

Workshops may be available on request – contact our Professional Learning and Development team at pld@storypark.com. A lot of our Workshops also get recorded so there is a chance you can also access a previous Workshops and can view it in your own time.

Get in touch directly

Email hello@storypark.com if you have any questions.

If you'd like to discuss your organisation's training needs, contact pld@storypark.com.

Learn from other educators like you

Each month we put out a newsletter where in the future we'll be releasing case studies on how people are using Educator Portfolios and providing product updates. Make sure you subscribe to stay up-to-date.

Want to hear from other educators just like you who are using Storypark? Join our Facebook community group to interact, support and learn from others (note: some of these members will not have access to Educator Portfolios specifically).

Re-read your 30-day free trial emails

Did you have a 30-day free trial before using the premium Educator Portfolios? The series of emails you were sent are an excellent tool to help you understand Educator Portfolios and the initial steps to setting up the features of Educator Portfolios.

Have a look through your email inbox (make sure you check the same inbox as the email address signed up with Storypark) for any emails from us.



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