One of the ways you might be sharing work with other writers is by sharing ePortfolios. If another writer has shared an ePortfoliowith you, you can find it by clicking the "ePortfolios" tab or link on your personal page. This will open a section that lists all the ePortfolios you've created, as well as the ePortfolios shared with you and those you've shared with other writers.
The writers listed in the "Writers Who Have Shared Their ePortfolios with You" section have given you access to view and comment on their ePortfolios. Clicking on the writer or ePortfolio title link takes you to their Personal Page, where you can link to their ePortfolio or remove your access to their ePortfolio.
If you have given this same writer access to one of your ePortfolios, this will also show up on their Personal Page, and you can even remove their access to your ePortfolio by clicking on the red "x" to the right of your ePortfolio title.
To share an ePortfoliowith another writer, open the ePortfolio Tool. This will list all of your current ePortfolios. From this ePortfolios main page, click on the title of the ePortfolio you want to share.
From the ePortfolio's main page, select the "Manage this ePortfolio" entry from the main options menu.
From this main ePortfolio management page, select the "Advanced Options Tab" and then the "Control Who Can View This ePortfolio" link.
The resulting page lists all of the publication and shared access options. These options are publish, share with classes, share with wikis, and share with writers.
The "Published" status is either "yes" or "no." Selecting "yes" will publish the ePortfolio on the Writing@CSU public ePortfolios page, where any visitor to this site could read it.
The Shared with Classes option allows you to share your ePortfolio with a whole class (or classes). Click on the "manage" link next to Shared with Classes, and you will be taken to a page which lists all of your classes, your ePortfolio's shared status in relation to each class (shared or not shared), and a link that allows you to update the shared status. Simply select the "Share with the Class" link next to the class or classes with which you want to share this ePortfolio.
To stop sharing an ePortfolio with a class, select the "Remove from this Class" link next to the appropriate class.
The Shared with Wikis option allows you share your ePortfolio with a whole wiki (or wikis). Click on the "manage" link next to Shared with Wikis and you will be taken to a page which lists all of your Wikis, your ePortfolio's shared status in relation to each Wiki (shared or not shared), and a link that allows you to update the shared status. Simply select the "Share with the Wiki" link next to the wiki or wikis with which you want to share this ePortfolio. To stop sharing an ePortfoliowith a wiki, select the "Remove from this Wiki" link next to the appropriate Wiki.
The Shared with Individuals option allows you to share your ePortfolio with any writer (or writers) who has a Writing Studio account. Click on the "manage" link next to the Shared with Individuals heading.
This takes you to a page where you can search for writers (using wildcard, exact, and partial searches) with whom to share your ePortfolio. Enter a name or email address and click the search button, and your search results are displayed at the bottom of the page.
When you find a writer you want to share your ePortfolio with, simply click the "Share" link next to their email address.
The page will reload with that writer now displaying in the list of "Writer's with Access to the 'X' ePortfolio." That writer will also be sent an email from the Writing Studio alerting them that they've been given access to read and comment on your ePortfolio.
To remove a writer's access to your ePortfolio, you can link to their Personal Page from your "Writers with Whom You Have Shared Your ePortfolios" area, and remove their access by clicking on the red "x" to the right of your ePortfolio title.
OR, you can select the "manage" link next to the "Shared with Individuals" heading on the Share Your ePortfolio main management page, and select the "Remove" link to the right of that writer's name on your "Writer's with Access to the 'X' ePortfolio" list.