Easy Portfolio - ePortfolio Tool for Students & Teachers
By Jarrod Robinson
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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.
A variety of records can be added allowing you to showcase your work in endless forms including;
- Photo and Videos
- Audio Recordings or Music Files
- Web links to online work/content
- Notes & Text Entries
- Digital documents direct from Dropbox or email
Portfolios and Records can then be shared via email or exported to a Dropbox or Google Drive Account
Ways to use Easy Portfolio
- Capture student work in a flash allowing you to use it all for Assessment
- Use a portfolio as a perfect segway to conversation at parent teacher night.
- Record learning evidence to highlight student achievement and improvements
- Monitor student behavior and learning progress with the notes section
- Record audio notations with the record feature
.... The possibilities are endless
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What's New in Version 2.0
Google Drive Export
You asked and we delivered and have brought you Google Drive Export. We know this is going to make people happy:)
As always if you enjoy the app, please leave a review on iTunes as this encourages us to improve the app as much as possible.
It's growing on me, I've discovered some more functionality so I upped my 2 star to 4 star. Still, theres much room for improvement. Keep working toward a robust app guys, you have here a good start.
Old review - This app (in its app store add) looks visually stunning enough to make you want to buy it, and it is indeed aesthetically pleasing. But thats where the good ends really.
On the negative side, there are very few ways to import/ export data. The app doesn't arrange imputed data into any kind of a singular ergonomic resume. For instance when you input photos, forms, video etc for a single portfolio they don't arrange their selves into a single entry they remain divided in separate categories within the portfolio, rather than "flow" as a single form.
I've purchased all three apps of this type from this company and each is similarly unintuitive.
I bought this app to try to put together video samples in a nice way for an interview. I'm a motion designer so I have a lot of video work I want to show, however the only way to import videos that I could find was to import them from your library, only giving you access to videos you have actually recorded on the iPad itself. I checked out the video tutorial on how to import things from other apps thinking that I could import them from my Dropbox but still no luck since it only lets you do that for documents. Now I've wasted two dollars on an app I will never use again. HOWEVER, To be fair, i will say that if you are looking to manage and put together DOCUMENTS or PHOTOS then this does seem handy.
Good possibilities. Needs a way to attach a file photo to the portfolio name.
- Category: Education
- Updated: Jun 08, 2013
- Version: 2.0
- Size: 22.1 MB
- Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Russian, Spanish
- Seller: Jarrod Robinson
- © Jarrod Robinson
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.