2013-02-06

Making your ePortfolio

If you have personal accounts on any of these platforms, you need to decide if you want to share it for class work.  If you want to keep your personal accounts private, you should create accounts using your Templeton ID (example: 123456@templetontitan.net; remember - the email server is "templetontitan.net", which redirects to "templeton.vsb.bc.ca").

Your ePortfolio needs to be a single place that people go to and will be some type of Content Management System (CMS).  It needs to support uploading/embedding of text, video, images, audio, etc... (See below)

Content Management Systems 

  1. Wordpress - wordpress.com, wordpress.org
  2. Blogger (g) - blogger.com
  3. Sites (g) - sites.com
  4. Tumblr - 
  5. Other Sitebuilding Platforms - review, wikipedia

Video Publishing Platforms

  1. Youtube (g) - youtube.com - you should have made this account last month
  2. Vimeo - 

Image Publishing Platforms

  1. Picasa (g) - picasaweb.com
  2. Imagur - 
  3. Photobucket - 
  4. Flickr - 
  5. Instagram - 
  6. Deviantart - 

Audio Publishing Platforms

  1. Soundcloud - 

Code Publishing Platforms

  1. OpenProcessing - 

Online Storage

  1. Dropbox - 
  2. Box.net - 
  3. Mediafire - 
  4. GDocs/Drive (g) -
  5. Skydrive - 

Marks/Course Management System (CMS/MOOC)

  1. Moodle - 

Other Publishing Platforms

  1. Twitter - 
  2. Facebook - 
Notes (g) = Google App

Classroom Notes: