Here Are 5 of The Best iPad Apps for Creating Digital Portfolios

December 31, 2015
In today’s post, we have picked out for you some of the most popular iPad apps for creating digital portfolios in this year. Our selection is based on your feedback on what we have been posting this year in terms of both page views and social media interaction. These apps are ideal for students to use to document their learning in a multimodal format that include a mixture of text, images, drawings, audio, video and many more.
1- Seesaw

Seesaw is an excellent iPad app students can use to create digital portfolios and showcase their learning. ‘Students can use photos, videos, drawings, text notes, links or PDFs to show what they know and store evidence in their digital portfolio. You can also import directly from over 100 other apps.When students add to Seesaw, content is uploaded, organized by student, and accessible from any device.Teachers can browse work from the entire class or for a single student. Optionally, use folders to organize work by subject area project, or assessment standard.Teachers can flag items in the digital portfolio for follow up or to review at parent-teacher conferences…’2- Evernote

‘Evernote is an easy-to-use, free app that helps you remember everything across all of the devices you use. Stay organized, save your ideas and improve productivity. Evernote lets you take notes, capture photos, create to-do lists, record voice reminders–and makes these notes completely searchable, whether you are at home, at work, or on the go.’3- Easy Portfolio

‘Easy Portfolio is the easiest and most powerful way to create an electronic ePortfolio. Let your digital and analog work shine with this professional and truly gorgeous tool. Students and Teachers will be able to capture and share their work with ease allowing them to showcase their learning in ways never before possible. ’4- Three Ring

‘Three Ring for Districts allows teachers, students and administrators to document anything, organize it in seconds, and have it seamlessly available at school and at home, both in the app AND on the web. Some of its features include:Capture photos, videos, audio, and notes from class; Enjoy unlimited storage;  Align your artifacts by student, subject, and tag/standard; Secure permissions based sharing to all the right stakeholders and only the right stakeholders; Access your artifacts in the app AND on the web.’
5- Weebly

This is a great app that student can use to create digital portfolios in the form of websites and blogs. With Weebly Mobile you can create a website, blog or store directly from your iPhone or iPad.

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