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Digital Portfolios

Updated 5/27/16

  1. Digital portfolio–Digication–fee-baseddigital portfolio
  2. Digital portfolios–with Google Sites–Googlio
  3. Dropbox–collect a wide variety of files; share with others
  4. Easy Portfolio–add a variety of files
  5. Educlippers–like Pinterest for educators; collect bookmarks, videos, and more
  6. Edusight–pictures of student work for a digital portfolio; free, app; online comprehensive picture
  7. Evernote–add files, organize in categories
  8. Flipboard–a magazine format (this is for tablet use only)
  9. Google Drive
  10. Live Binders
  11. Only2Clicks—organize bookmarks
  12. PearlTrees—share bookmarks, etc
  13. Portaportal–collect bookmarks; fee-based allows images and more
  14. PortfolioGen
  15. SeeSaw–from any device; student-driven, no UN and PWs required–join with a class code; easy enough for young learners; can include parents; can add folders to student accounts
  16. Symbaloo—organize bookmarks
  17. Tackk–photos and text in an endless flier; lots of sign-in options (i.e., Edmodo, G);
  18. Three Ring--mini digital portfolio. Easy to use, quick, syncs with app–not as robust as others
  19. VoiceThread–add images/files, annotate with voice comments
  20. Wikispaces–or another wiki concept (PBWorks)
  21. WordPress–use blogs for e-porfolios

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