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For the '19-'20 #hcspdl digital portfolio roll out for Horry County Schools students, we wanted to encourage creativity. See how to create a Google Site from scratch, and put ideas in your student portfolio, like your passion project.

Get started with Google Sites and see some examples!

Are you interested in your students accessing resources to support their learning throughout a unit? Check out some of our other Google Sites resources:

Getting Started with "Creating your Google Sites Portfolio" Tutorial
Getting started with Google Sites tutorial
Canva tutorial to create in Google Classroom and Google sites tutorial
Getting started with "Google Sites" as a portfolio
Getting Started with adding resources to Google Sites Tutorial
Going Deeper with "Google Sites" Tutorial
How to Add Resources to #GoogleSites

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