bulb Digital Portfolios Announces Partnership with EDCO Collaborative


(BEDFORD, MA) December, 12, 2019 – bulb Digital Portfolios announced a partnership with EDCO Collaborative to provide students across Massachusetts with a digital portfolio to support the development of skills for the future.

The partnership supports a number of statewide initiatives ranging from STEM initiatives to Career and Technical Education programs in order to document ongoing professional development. A bulb digital portfolio is used by students to create, collect and showcase their latest ideas and best work when applying for college or a job. Teachers can use bulb to keep lessons, track professional development goals and to showcase credentials or badges earned.

“We are focused on making sure all students, not only in our member districts, but across Massachusetts get an education infused with leading-edge solutions. In partnership with bulb Digital Portfolios, students can create a complete record of their work to use for life,” said Nadine Ekstrom, Executive Director of EDCO Collaborative. “Digital portfolios align with the attainment and workforce goals we have in EDCO Collaborative. Partnerships like this make supporting teachers in the tall order of inspiring and empowering students possible.”

Schools and districts have access to special pricing, professional development, implementation support and training for teachers when purchasing bulb Digital Portfolios through EDCO Collaborative.

“It’s a pleasure to support EDCO Collaborative and to help advance their mission of helping students tell their whole learning story with a bulb digital portfolio,” said Andrew Cary, Senior Vice President of Strategy and Partnerships at bulb. “Working together, we’ll help schools across Massachusetts continue to modernize and adopt the use of digital portfolios to record a student’s complete body of work – academic-oriented work and beyond.”

bulb is a web-based tool where students collect digital evidence of their learning (images, videos, documents, audio, embeds) and showcase their work beautifully and professionally.

Schools and districts across Massachusetts interested in taking advantage of this statewide partnership can visit the following website for more information go here.


About bulb Digital Portfolios

bulb Digital Portfolios are used to build student’s skills for the future, by teachers to create lessons or track personal PD goals and by districts to measure competencies. Over 1.5 million student and educator bulbs have been created from more than 120 countries. bulb is ad-free, complies with global data privacy and security policies and doesn’t sell user information to 3rd parties. bulb integrates with most LMS or SIS systems, including Microsoft Office 365, Google, Canvas, Schoology, and Blackboard. bulb partners with Clever and ClassLink to provide single sign-on functionality. Learn more at bulbapp.com.


About EDCO Collaborative

As the oldest education collaborative in the Commonwealth, EDCO Collaborative has a long track record of providing high-quality programs for at-risk students and professional development for teachers and administrators. Since 1969, their mission has been consistent throughout their history, focusing on the power of interdistrict and interagency collaboration to strengthen curriculum, instruction and professional development and to meet the needs of underserved and at-risk students and adults. For more information, please visit www.edcollab.org.



Michelle Diaz
Director, Marketing & Partnership Engagement
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