5 Ways to Showcase Student Work

by richard byrne (april 2014)

As the end of the school year approaches you may be looking for a good way for students to organize and share examples of their best work of the school year. Take a look at these five services your students can use to organize and showcase examples of their best work.
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About.me

About.me is a good tool for students to use to create a digital resume to share as part of a college admissions application or an internship application. About.me makes it easy to quickly create a one page site highlighting your strengths, things you've published online, and your preferred contact information. About.me offers support for embedding YouTube, Vimeo, and SoudCloud files into your page. This is a great option for students who are hoping to find employment or internships in the media production field. Students can prominently feature their best videos and or podcasts on their About.me pages
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Tackk.com

Tackk is a free service that allows students to create a page to announce an important event, to advertise an event, or to show off your best digital works. To create a Tackk page you do not need to register for an account, but unregistered Tackk pages expire after seven days. If you register for the service your Tackk pages stay up indefinitely. Tackk pages can accommodate videos, audio files, and maps, but I did not include those items in my first Tackk page.

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