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Introduction to PebblePad

What is PebblePad?

PebblePad is a versatile online learning and reflection platform available to students and staff at the University of Derby. 

The e-portfolio has the concept of reflection at its core and it features a large range of templates to enable students to record and reflect on learning experiences, activities and much more. 

 

Use the links in the 'Resources' tab of this guide to find out more about how PebblePad works and how to use it.

 

Why do I need to learn it?

PebblePad is used across many different courses for reflection and recording experiences and activities. There are many ways you can use PebblePad and the built-in resources provide a very useful structure for recording experiences and reflections.

Your PebblePad university account can be converted to an alumni account once you leave the university which means you can take a record of all of your experiences and reflections with you when you graduate. This can be particularly helpful for job interviews.

 

How can I access PebblePad?

Option 1 - I am accessing PebblePad through a link on Course Resources 

Click on the link you have been provided with and you should be automatically logged in.

Option 2 - I am a current student at the University and do not have a link in Course Resources 

1) Go to pebblepad.co.uk 

2) Click the ‘Login’ button in the top right corner 

3) Choose the first option – “I use PebblePad through my university/organisation. 

4) Choose 'University of Derby' from the drop-down menu 

5) Choose the first option (“I have an IT account at this organisation”) and click “Login to PebblePad 

6) Enter your university login credentials.

Option 3 - I am a former student and I want to access my PebblePad content 

1) Go to pebblepad.co.uk 

2) Click the ‘Login’ button in the top right corner 

3) Choose the second option – “I have a Personal PebblePad Account 

4) Choose “Pebble Personal UK” 

5) Enter your personal login credentials 

 

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