I've heard from a few of you about how to access EDTECH Mahara after completing EDTECH 501. You can access Mahara from our EDTECH Moodle home page.
As you know, we use a single sign-on process for Mahara. You need to be logged in to our EDTECH Moodle site to access Mahara. From there, scroll down to the bottom of our EDTECH Moodle home page, and you will see the link to access Mahara at the bottom right of the page (Network Servers block).
I encourage you to continue using Mahara as your learning log, adding artifacts you've created in our M.E.T. program. I suggest you follow the same format we use in EDTECH 501--creating a page for each artifact and then adding each artifact to a new collection you create for each EDTECH course. Also, tagging each artifact with the AECT Standard(s) the artifact meets along with including a detailed annotation of how and why the artifact aligns with that standard will greatly simplify the process of building your final showcase portfolio.
Please don't hesitate to contact me with any questions about Mahara. There are many features of Mahara you might want to use, such as the built-in journal system. Mahara is an open-source product, like Moodle, and offers you a convenient way to organize and display your progress in our program.