For me, I think they are both really great ideas and fun to use. I felt like creating a character poster was a little bit easier than using Glogster, but that could have been that my computer does not seem to like Glogster at all. So there was some frustration with Glogster on my end. In my opinion, they are both rewarding and beneficial. With Character Posters, the creator can basically create a spread sheet of information like you could in Microsoft Word but to a higher level. With Glogster there is a bit more creativity involved in my opinion. You can have graphics and videos to add to the appeal. I feel like Glogster would be beneficial with High schoolers and giving them some freedom to create their own Glogster blogs. While on the other hand you could do Character Posters with maybe 4th-8th graders. So they are both helpful just in different areas.

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