Thursday, August 25, 2011
The beginning of the school year is the time to start thinking about whether you want your students to start building a portfolio. You don't want to be scrambling in March or April to collect student work. Sometimes when you think outside the box, you come up with some simple and creative solutions. I recommend giving FlipSnack a try. The concept is not necessarily designed to be an e-portfolio. Rather, FlipSnack seems better suited for creating an online book or a catalog. But, remember I said to think outside the box on this one. With up to 500 pages you can add to your FlipSnack. And adding pages, is as simple as saving your document or artwork as a PDF and uploading and adding it to your book. As a bonus, the FlipSnack you create is embedable to just about any website. I'd love to hear how you're already using FlipSnack.
E-Portfolios Made Easy #edtech