The final post in a series that examines tools for students to create and host e-portfolios for little or no cost.
Over the last two weeks, I researched free options for creating and hosting e-portfolios
for college students, to help with job search efforts. I settled on Google Sites as a great option for laying out a site to display text, images, video, web links, etc., but it won’t support Java scripting or other functionality that may be required by students who wish to display web programming savvy. With that in mind, this week I am looking into inexpensive web hosting sites.
I combed the Internet for reviews of inexpensive web hosting services, and found a good number of sites that are rated well and offer services for $50 to $60 per year or so (they typically quote monthly rates, but you often have to pay for a full year to secure these low rates).
The following 5 providers all cost less than $5/month and were all rated very good (ratings of 90% or better, or 4.5 out of 5) on the various rating sites ...
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