Edu-portfolio.org : Votre portfolio électronique. Video tutorial User guides Official user guide This guide will show you how to manage your portfolio's showcases, structure and content.
The news functions are also described. User submitted guides Documents created by Natacha Duroisin from the Faculty of Psychology and Education (Université de Mons, Belgium) Tutorials Tutorial for version 2.0 users (french only) This tutorial, created by Richard Angeloro, is for version 2.0 users. Download the tutorial (.pdf) Download the tutorial - catalan version translated by Jordi Coiduras (.pdf) FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) General information What is an electronic portfolio? An eportfolio is a collection of works that reflect an individual's efforts, progress and accomplishments. An eportfolio is a public window for showcasing personal achievements. An electronic portfolio is also accessible to a large audience.
How much does it cost to use a portfolio? Edu-portfolio.org is free for learners and educators of all levels for non-profit use. For example : Rappelez-vous tout avec Evernote, Skitch et nos autres grandes applications.
Exerciceurs. 7 outils de visualisation de données. This morning I received an email asking me for some tools for creating data visualizations.
Here are seven tools that students can use to build data visualizations. Better World Flux is a free data visualization development tool that was created for the World Bank's Apps for Development Challenge. The purpose of the challenge was to encourage app developers to create products that could be used to highlight the development data hosted by the World Bank. Better World Flux allows users to create animated visualizations of development data. To use Better World Flux (no registration required) all you have to do is select a data set from the menu provided and select a country or countries from the menu provided. Target Map is a service that allows anyone to create mapped displays of data sets. Many Eyes is an online data visualization tool developed by IBM. Gapminder is a great tool for creating data visualizations. Free mind mapping (and related types) software. I see regular inquiries on Twitter and in forums from people looking for free software to support visual thinking.
To provide answers, InformationTamers have put together 14 pages to help you find the one for your needs. These show the platform, a screen thumbnail and a link for more information in each case. We built this article using the most complete source for details of information mapping software on the Web: Mind-mapping.org. Hat tip to Vic Gee who put Mind-mapping.org together and kept it up to date for years. [I took over that site in August 2013 - Roy Grubb] Mind-mapping.org has a good capability for selecting software by map type and operating system (click on the 'Refine software list' tab at the top right of its web page). "Free" here is as in beer, not in freedom, though some of the software listed is open source, so is free in both senses. Of course a pencil and paper is always almost free. Click through for more details: Visualize Everything.
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