This website is my first firsthand experience with a personal web presence, although it's not the first time I've heard of one. In short, a personal web presence (PWP) is a digital way for people to get to know you. It's an easy way to network, create conversation, share interests and display achievements.
The first time I heard of a PWP was when I began teaching at Centennial High School. Students are required to take two classes called Tech Apps, and by their junior year, every student will have completed their own PWP. There are many things that they put on their PWPs. For example: resume, job shadow reflections, career plans, interests, activities involved in, pictures, etc. I think that the project is a great requirement, especially as colleges are beginning to ask for them during the enrollment process.
The PWP that I like the most is by a teacher named Kristy Placido. I stumbled across her page when I was looking for music resources for my Spanish classes. Here is her link: http://kplacido.com I love her PWP because I find her to be very inspirational yet realistic. She willingly admits when something doesn't go well, and will share her ideas (even actual assignments) free of charge! One thing I would change about her PWP is to make it a little easier to search by date. Currently, the only way to do so is by scrolling down, and sometimes that can take awhile. It's still worth looking at, though!