We are in a very priviledged position in my school that each student has a MacBook which they can use in any lesson (obviously dependent on teacher preference) During ICT lessons, we complete all work on the Macs and I am happy to have work submitted electronically - mark it electronically etc. However, a lot of teachers in other subjects are still getting students to produce work electronically and print it out and stick it in to textbooks. The reasons for doing this are normally given as a) Too difficult to create a continuous portfolio (we use Moodle extensively here - but I can see there point) b) Fear of technology - fear that work might be lost (this isnt a problem if work is submitted on Moodle, as we have a backup policy in place...) c) Teachers like to have everything in front of them. What I have envisaged doing is setting up a school wide Wordpress blog with each student given their own blog (studentXXX.domain.com). Within this they can have categories that would match their subjects (i.e. Geography, History) and they could then create a chronological record of their class work and their homework. We could hopefully create a system which would give teachers access to class lists and then the teachers could go to studentXXX.domain.com/geography and have a virtual classwork book in front of them. Has anyone any experience of doing something like this? Any pitfalls anyone can see?