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.
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