10 Outstanding Tools to Build Portfolio Easily and Professionally If you’ve been working as almost any kind of creative, you probably know that a piece of paper with fancy stamps do not always guarantees work. And you also know that having a beautiful and clear portfolio that represents you is essential. Recently we published an inspirational article regarding successful designer portfolios. But I’m not a designer and I can’t create that kind of website on my own, you’d probably say. Advantages of building a portfolio from scratch Unique and genuine design – although website building services provide you with lots of customizable templates sometimes it isn’t really what you’re looking for. Advantages of using website builders Cost – this, of course, doesn’t concern those who are doing the work themselves but those who are willing to pay someone. I hope these points will make your choice easier, and now on to the list. WIX is the most popular website builder on the web. Features: Pricing: Free: Unlimited (€14.90/month) 2. Features: Pricing: Meh. Whoo! 3. 4.
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Activities for online courses: The Middle In my last blog post, I suggested that a good online course is like a play or story – it has a beginning, middle and end. It has a clear storyline that develops over time, and leads to some sort of meaningful conclusion (I’m excluding books like Ulysses, or plays like Waiting for Godot from this analogy!). I suggested a number of generic ‘beginning’ activities that could be used in an online course, regardless of course content. Photo by koukrapoc Now I’d like to look at the middle bit of an online course. No matter what the content area or topic of your online course, there are a number of generic activity types that can be included. personalisationprogress to date (among others). Activity 1: Personalisation I’ve already looked at the importance of socialising activities at the beginning of an online course, but there is no need to drop socialising activities once your course gets going. All time faves playlist Audio anecdotes Activity 2: Progress to date My Course Progress drawing
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Activities for online courses: The Beginning Like any good play, an online course has a beginning, a middle, and an end. Okay, admittedly some good plays – like Waiting for Godot – have none of the above, but bear with me on this. Some courses are short one-act plays, and some are full-length Shakespearean dramas – especially when real-life tragedy does unfortunately intervene, and participants are forced to withdraw because of bereavement or illness. Photo by Flnz Whatever sort of play (or novel, or piece of music, or opera… comments invited) you compare an online course to, a good online course should have a beginning, middle and end. Waiting for Godot may be great on stage, but it’s not the effect you’re looking for in your online course. What you are looking for is a clearly structured sequence of learning activities and tasks that lead somewhere. But at the same time, your online course needs a beginning, middle and end that relate to the group: Let me describe just two beginning activities for an online course. Task stages:
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99 of the Best Windows Freeware Programs You May Not Know Of Because of the popularity of my previous article on Help Desk Geek entitled 99 ways to make your computer blazingly fast, I’ve decided to write another list post with 99 items, but this time on Windows freeware programs that you may have not heard of. If you search for “best freeware programs” or “top freeware apps”, you’ll get lots of lists, but mostly with programs everyone has already heard of: AVG anti-virus, 7-zip, Firefox, OpenOffice, etc, etc. That’s all nice and fine, but what about all those little gems programs that work great, but don’t get all the headlines? In this article, I will try my best to mention as many small name freeware programs as I can that can help make you more productive! As usual, I write for both Help Desk Geek and for Online Tech Tips, so I will be linking to old posts throughout if I’ve written about it or else I will link out to the main website for the program. These are written in no particular order! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.
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