Communities provide users with the ability to communicate and collaborate with educators from across the Commonwealth via threaded discussion forums and blogs. Communities may be comprised of educators who teach the same Subject Areas or Grade Levels, or may focus on a particular instructional strategy or professional interest.
In the upper right corner of the screen, click SAS Tools, then click on Communities. Click Find a Community, and then enter a Keyword into the Keyword Search tool to search for a Community, or browse the full list of Communities.
It sounds like the email may have not passed through a filter in your district's email system. Check your "Junk Email" or "Bulk Email" folder to see if it was misdirected there. You can also go to the Communities page. Any invitations that were sent to you will appear there as well. Click the Accept button to join the Community.
Click Communities on SAS Tools, and then click Find a Community. Click on the Suggest a Community button, and enter a Suggested Name and Purpose for the new Community. Click Save, and the request will be sent to the appropriate administrators.
In each Community there is an area called Shared Content, which allows users to share content with other members. Click the Shared Content button, and then click the Add Content button . Either enter a Web Address or share items from your ePortfolio. Once the resources are added to Shared Content, other users can add the resources to their ePortfolios, or make comments or notes regarding them.