Built into the design of the digital portfolio through Word Press, is the ability to copy/paste a link from Youtube, Vimeo, Twitter and a host of other educational sites, and embed the video in the post. No longer a need to copy the embed code and all of the html that comes along with it.
Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’ – Martin Luther King, Jr.
Google Apps for Education has a wonderful suite of tools and with available themes and the ability to embed into your digital portfolio, Google Slides is a great presentation tool! For students looking to bring over a Google Slides presentation, embedding requires the student to publish the presentation to the web, then copy/pasting the embed … Continue reading Embedding a Google Slide Presentation
First step, create a Google Doc. Give the document a title, add content. From here, click “File”… Then, “Publish to the web…” You then select the blue button, “Publish”. Select “OK” on the pop-box. Copy and paste the URL Google provides. In this case, it is: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ADIDNoT00UMBXpp7WKjZLlEwLmAYFkC5hclF66fn228/pub Visit your digital portfolio and create a “Post”. … Continue reading To Embed or Copy/Paste a Google Doc?
On the new digital portfolios, there are many sites that allow for embedding. Twitter is one of the many, which requires no configuration. Simply copy a link to a tweet on Twitter.com and paste it on a line by itself in your post or page editor (no HTML necessary). That’s it! Voila! It’s that easy!
As you’ll see, I am in the process of creating my own, sample template digital portfolio. As I was “lurking” on Twitter this weekend, I came across an interesting article on the importance of digital portfolios.
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