Using Google Sites to create e-portfolios for students

Is Google’s “Sites” application the solution we’re looking for?

Following up on last week’s initial look into free tools for students to create and host an electronic portfolio of representational work, this week I am trying out Google Sites as a possible solution. Google Sites provides a free application for creating your own web site. Let’s see how effective it is for hosting an e-portfolio.

The basic process I followed to create my Google Site
So, what did it take to create an example portfolio site with Google’s tool? It starts with a Google Account, which is quick and easy to create (and provides access to a wide range of tools beyond Google Sites). Click here to access the page for creating a Google Account.

Next, choose the Google Sites option ... [Please click here to continue reading the complete post at, where I blog regularly about the use of Internet technologies in education. Thanks!]

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Tags: Google Sites, e-portfolios for students, representational portfolios for college graduates


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