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Creating an Online Community Through Electronic Portfolios

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Creating an Online Community Through Electronic Portfolios

Grades 9 – 12
Lesson Plan Type Recurring Lesson
Estimated Time Several sessions over one semester
Lesson Author

Elizabeth Potash


International Literacy Association


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Wes Ford

June 04, 2012

The site, www.blogger.com, is owned by Google. As such, it might require a Google log-in to use, but it is still up and running at blogger.com, and it is free.

The editors (mostly just me) of ReadWriteThink have started a blog on Blogger in share inside information and reveal what we are working on to preview the latest stuff for the site. Feel free to stop by at http://rwteditor.blogspot.com/

Wes Ford
Associate Editor for ReadWriteThink.org



April 23, 2012

I have been trying to use the blogging sites described in this lesson but am unable to access them. Did the site URL change?



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