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Tool NameTool LocationBrief DescriptionExamplesHow would you use the tool? For what part of the Portfolio process? For what grade level or subject area?Pros? Cons? Other?
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Edublogsedublogger.org-Used for ePortfolios and lots of other uses like blogging, class publications, posting videos, etc., trusted by educators, much like wordpress but specifically for educational purposes, free for blogs and for students when attached to an Educator Pro blog, however for a teacher for a class it is $40/year
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Kidblogkidblog.com-Built by teachers, helpful for the writing process, easy to monitor, lots of usage space, good for discussion, free http://kidblog.org/mrskolbertsclass/
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Wordpresswordpress.com-Open-source blogging platform and website creator, free, easily customizedhttp://hbarrett.wordpress.com/my-portfolio/
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21 classes21classes.com-Designed for teachers, teachers can run personal blog and share with students, students can have their own personal blog, teachers can creete online groups, free
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Weeblyweebly.com-Create your own website or blog, easy to use, there are student weeblys, free
http://grade5japanproject.weebly.com/
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Wixwix.com-Create free websites, drag and drop quality makes easy to use
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Wikispaceshttp://www.wikispaces.com/-Free,easy to use webpages that can be edited, free wikis for users, add video, links, images, and media, great for digital portfolios, wikis specifically for teachers and students
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Google Siteshttp://www.google.com/sites/help/intl/en/overview.html-Free, easy customizable, digital portfolio spaces, good for creating class websites, lots of templates, sharing information Easy to share and collaborate. Privacy settings,
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Open School e-Portfolioopenschooleportfolio.com-Project-based learning for authentic assessment, create blogs, free for teachers
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Livebindershttp://www.livebinders.com/-Free, 3-ring binder for the web, available as an app, easy to use for educators to share and categorize any and all binders created
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Evernote Appevernote.com-Cloud-based network system, however not just for note-taking, can be used for ePortfolios
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Minimal Folio Appsimonheys.com/minimalfolio/-$2.99 and works with Dropbox, allows drag and drop of files.
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Three Ring Appthreering.com-Free for teachers. Allows you to set up your classes and keep track of and capture media files easily. Students can create an account for free.
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Easy Portfolio Apphttp://thepegeekapps.com/portfolio/-$1.99 and works with Dropbox. Includes Android and iOS devices.Captures multiple forms of media. Ability to e-mail portfolio from device.
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Explain Everythingexplaineverything.comScreencat, input video, annotate, images,text, free hand writing, great for young learners but for anyone who need to 'explain everything using an iPad an an app!
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List of resources and descriptions compiled from:
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http://www.techlearning.com/default.aspx?tabid=67&entryid=368
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http://electronicportfolios.org/eportfolios/tools.html
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http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=647327
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http://www.educatorstechnology.com/search/label/Portfolio%20tools
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http://sites.fcps.org/trt/kidblog
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