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Digital Writing Portfolios resource

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Wordle: digital writing portfolio 




My main resources were the Michigan Portfolios website

and the Portfolio Institute wiki by the NWPM members


My Digital Is article, "Reflecting on the Move to Digital Writing Portfolios"


Articles on the topic:


All applications are free or have free versions available for use.

EverNote: An application that clips Web pages, and stores images, audio, video, and screen shots. Files and indexes media for easy searchability.

Google Apps: A series of services provided by Google that can store information such as Gmail, Google Docs, and Google sites.

VoiceThread: Allows users to create multimedia slideshows using images, documents, and videos. Other users can then comment using text, audio, or video.

Weebly: A platform to create free websites or blogs using a user-friendly drag-and-drop interface.

Wordpress: An open-source blogging tool and publishing platform.

Yola: A website-building platform.

Mahara: An open-source e-portfolio system created by New Zealand’s Tertiary Education Commission’s e-learning Collaborative Development Fund.

Elgg: An open-source social-networking engine that provides a framework for building social networks.

SOURCE: Digital Directions



Presented at MCTE's 2013 Conference entitled "Media and Cultural Literacy in the 21st Century:  Transforming English Language Arts while Meeting the Common Core Standards" 

The Power Point used in the presentation (with more comics) 


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