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ePortfolios: Common and Free ePortfolio Tools

eportfolio tips and directions

Free Tools

Common and Free ePortfolio Tools

You can create an ePortfolio by using either or both of these tools. 

WordPress
  • Wordpress is a free, open-source content management system that can be used to make websites and blogs. You will be using Wordpress.com to create an ePortfolio of your work throughout college. Get started by reading the directions at Learn Wordpress

    Wordpress allows you to create a blog, a static website, or both. The advantages of using Wordpress for your ePortfolio are the ability to:

    • Organize your posts chronologically
    • Tag your posts
    • Create a personal profile
    • Create discreet content areas with varying privacy restrictions
    • Allow readers to subscribe to your content via RSS feeds
    • Post and link to different types of media including videos, images, sound recordings, presentations, text files, and more

Google Sites

  • Create a new site
  • use the Profile Template
  • Easy to build website 
  • Limited to 15g of storage (if using a new google account), may need to pay a small monthly feee for additional storage

 

Weebly (for Education Account) 

LiveBinders

 
LinkedIn 

 


Support from ePortfolio providers

Paid tools

Some of these tools offer a free version with little digital space for projects. A paid version would be required for larger projects to be stored.

 

Digication- ePortfolio platform.  [ Learned about this from Manhattenville college library]