More on digital portfolios, eportfolios in these IMS blog entries:
Ontology of “ePortfolio”
Is it a genre, or a set of practices, or a showcase, or a technology? Or all four and other descriptions? What we see most commonly is a definition of the technology affordances that, as I have argued in a previous blog, tend to be minimalist and therefore misleading.
Definitions do tend to be minimalist so that all can agree, at least, on the definition as a starting point. But, a starting point is not sufficient to convey the cultural and historical significance of “eportfolio.”
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Mammoth is a bookmarking tool that seems to offer the key aspects of Evernote mixed with Tumblr.
Mammoth could be used as a project management tool. To use it to manage projects create a board and share it privately with your collaborators. Then use the board to share notes and assign tasks to each other.
Applications for Education
Mammoth could be a good tool for creating digital portfolios. Students could use Mammoth to showcase examples of their best work in a nice linear layout. Students can use Mammoth to share their portfolios publicly or share them only with you where you can give them feedback.
Alternative to MN eFolio
On Tuesday, October 15, 2013, Patrice Torcivia Prusko wrote:
Sloan defines blended as anywhere between 30-79% online, so there is a pretty wide range. (I attached a document with the reference). The following are from a Blended Workshop I attended by Dr. Norman Vaughan
More information on BL:
basic definition :