Week 4 “The Power of an ePortfolio”

Turn your WordPress Blog into an eportfolio: making it into a hub for your mobile social media platforms of choice. You customise your WordPress site in the ‘dashboard’ or “My Sites” section when logged into WordPress. For example use the WordPress Links section to add links then display them via the Wordpress Links Widget for linking your online activity https://wordpress.com/customize/:

Some articles re educational blogging and eportfolios:

Traxler, John, & Wishart, Jocelyn (Eds.). (2011). Making mobile learning work: Case studies of practice. Bristol: ESCalate, University of Bristol, Graduate School of Education. http://escalate.ac.uk/downloads/8250.pdf

Buchem, Ilona. (2011). Serendipitous learning: Recognizing and fostering the potential of microblogging. Form@re, 2011(74 February/March), 3. http://formare.erickson.it/wordpress/it/2011/serendipitous-learning-recognizing-and-fostering-the-potential-of-microblogging/

Farmer, James, & Bartlett-Bragg, Anne. (2005). Blogs @ anywhere: High fidelity online communication. In H. Goss (Ed.), 22nd ascilite conference: Balance, fidelity, mobility. Maintaining the momentum? (pp. 197 – 203). Brisbane: Queensland University of Technology. http://www.ascilite.org.au/conferences/brisbane05/blogs/proceedings/22_Farmer.pdf

Downes, Stephen. (2004). Educational blogging. Educause Review, September/October, 14-26. https://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/erm0450.pdf