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ePortfolio Levels (K-12 Schools) - ePortfolios with GoogleApps

ePortfolio Levels (K-12 Schools) - ePortfolios with GoogleApps | Online Identity | Scoop.it
A website to support the use of GoogleApps to construct ePortfolios in both K-12 schools and in higher education

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PascaleHP's curator insight, December 5, 2013 1:21 PM

An #ePortfolio process Store> Workspace > Showcase 

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Pinterest: digital identity, Stepford Wives edition | Bonny Stewart - theory.cribchronicles.com

Pinterest: digital identity, Stepford Wives edition | Bonny Stewart - theory.cribchronicles.com | Online Identity | Scoop.it

Using social media shapes who we are, and how we see ourselves. Social media relies on identity: on handles or names or pseudonyms that represent us and our contributions to the rest of our networks. Pinterest is the same: when I sign up, I get an account, under a name of my choosing. People can see what I share. Being “re-pinned” means what I’m sharing is stuff people want to see. To our networks, we are what we share. ... Curation is as much a part of our digital identity practices as creation, today. It’s what Pinterest operates on, entirely. But at the express expense of creation.

 


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Peter B. Sloep's curator insight, June 25, 2013 6:19 AM

Our online or digital identity matters. Whaf if the image we portray of it consists of 'scooped' or 'pinned' materials only? Our identity then is a borrowed one, not even reflecting who we are but who we aspire to be. Of course, curation in the pre-online age was about creation too and so it still should be in the digital age (see also my blog about a year of content creation http://tiny.cc/ncc8yw) (@pbsloep)

Clare Treloar's curator insight, June 25, 2013 6:14 PM

Now here is an article English students could sink their teeth into! Shaping of identity and social media are not only topical but our kids needed to get into deeper issues re what their accounts project.

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ePortfolios for Learning: ISTE 2012 presentations

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ePortfolios for Learning. I have created this blog to discuss my ideas on electronic portfolios to support lifelong learning. I hope to share some of my concerns about the current direction of electronic portfolios in Higher ...

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