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Create, Capture, Upload: New Site Features Kids’ Digital Projects

DIY.org By Katrina Schwartz Refrigerators and fireplace mantles might still be covered with children’s projects, but more and more, those projects are finding a home online. That’s just one of the purposes for the launch of DIY.org, a site that allows kids to upload photos of their projects and share it with their friends, family, … Continue reading Create, Capture, Upload: New Site Features Kids’ Digital Projects →

Beyond the Transcript: Digital Portfolios Paint a Complete Picture

By Jennifer Roland As digital portfolios become more commonly used for students to showcase their work and projects, more companies are offering their services in this realm. One of the newest onto the scene is CollegeOnTrack, which joins Zinch and College Bound — as well as the tried-and-true personal blog — in the world of … Continue reading Beyond the Transcript: Digital Portfolios Paint a Complete Picture →

Polishing the Student’s Image on Facebook Timeline

Facebook and schools have been on a collision course, and especially in the past week, the media has spotlighted the tension between the social media site and its relationship with students and teachers. In the meantime, Lisa Nielsen, who works for the New York City Department of Education teaching teachers how to use technology in … Continue reading Polishing the Student’s Image on Facebook Timeline →

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