This project guides you through how to customize your blog using Tumblr's HTML editor. Create a custom background, add unique widgets and more. Set your blog apart with hand-crafted touches generic templates can't match.
Robin Good: Pathbrite is a new web service which allows you to collect, bring together and layout any kind of media content (from video clips, to images and text) to create a visually compelling personal portfolio of skills and experiences.
In fact, Pathbrite can be used for any number of purposes that involve creating a good looking web presence in which one can easily bring together different types of content to create a "collection".
A music band video portfolio, a photographer book and list of achievements, a sport master illustrated hall of fame.
From the official site: "Curate all your stuff to create beautiful portfolios.
Arrange and describe all your digital artifacts in a way that tells your whole story—tailored for any audience."
"Pathbrite ePortfolios are the best way to collect, track and showcase a lifetime of learning and achievements, and to get recommended pathways for continuous success."
-> Aggregate everything about you in one place.
-> Import anything digital from any source, including a resume, documents, audio, video, recommendations.
-> Publish and share your story on Pathbrite or with your selected social networks.
-> Configure and personalize the layout of your portfolio.
Homepage - StrumSchool Introductory Video Welcome to StrumSchool! The place to find an organized curriculum of FREE instructional videos that teach the fundamentals needed to learn to play any genre of music on the guitar.
"Online education is a $34 billion business. Here's how it grew so fast -- and why it's so vital for modern-day students."
Here is a great infographic from Mashable about online education. Homeschoolers have been incorporating online learning ever since it has been available. This photo is of my son in 1995. We had been on AOL for about a year.
How often do you send Twitter updates out? Is it consistent or completely random and varies? How much is too much and how much is too little? And what about whether you should send scheduled tweets out or only “real live” updates?
There is a lot of debate about how frequently you should tweet. I’m often asked, particularly as I tweet A LOT and also am acutely aware that I go against the norm. In fact so much so that I rarely advocate people tweet as much as I do.
The most prominent brands in the world are defined by their colors. Think of McDonald’s golden arches, the name Jet Blue, and UPS’ slogan, “What can Brown do for you?” These companies, and many others, strategically use colors in their logo, website, and product to appeal to customers.
In the decade since the explosive growth of the internet, nearly every industry has been affected, including education. Major universities as well as local community colleges now offer a myriad of classes available to students ...