Technological Tools



  • WordPress is an open source blogging engine that can be installed locally or used online.
  • Users can name their blog with any name that they want with the root typically ends with
  • Users can dress their blog up with a number of themes. Users can add text paragraphs, images, photo galleries, audio, blogs, etc.
  • offers a statistical analysis tool to track who is looking at the blog. It also offers the option to share a post to Facebook, Twitter, or other social networking sites.

Source: Eustis (2013)

User Interface

Homepage of WordPress
Customizing a theme
Adding a Widget

Literature and other sources

  • Cleveland, R. E. (2018). Using Digital Portfolios: Reflection, Assessment & Employment. TechTrends, 62(3), 276-285.
  • Eustis, J. M. (2013). WordPress. Technical Services Quarterly, 30(1), 122-123.
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  • Pearson, A. (2010). Real Problems, Virtual Solutions: Engaging Students Online. Teaching Sociology, 38(3), 207-214.
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  • Virtanen, J., & Rasi, P. (2017). Integrating Web 2.0 Technologies into Face-to-Face PBL to Support Producing, Storing, and Sharing Content in a Higher Education Course. Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-Based Learning, 11(1), 11.

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