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Creating Your First Educational Blog.

Creating Your First Educational Blog.


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  • 1. Blogging In Education Nov 5, 2008 Instructor: Desire é Caskey [email_address]
  • 2. What is a blog?
    • A blog is a website that is similar to an online journal or diary.
    • It contains written material, links to other websites, photos & videos, and sometimes, allows for feedback or comments .
  • 3. Why Blog?
    • Share Information & Resources with your students or parents
    • Create an Interactive Environment
    • Modified Classroom Newsletter
    • Communicate & Collaborate with your student
    • Provide Resources & Tutorials
  • 4. Classroom News:
  • 5. Interactive Environment:
  • 6. Classroom News:
  • 7. Communicate & Collaborate:
  • 8. Resources & Tutorials:
  • 9. Anatomy of a Blog Blog Title Blog Description Blog Author Blog Post Post Author Comment Edit Email Sidebar
  • 10. Creating your own blog
    • If you don’t have a Google Account, create one
      • Blogger is a component of Google
    • Visit www.blogger.com
      • 3 Easy Steps to your first Blog
  • 11. Create Your Blog Account
  • 12. Give it A Title
  • 13. Pick A Template
  • 14. Create Your First Post
  • 15. Understanding the Dashboard
  • 16. Edit Posts
  • 17. Blog Settings
  • 18. Blog Layout
  • 19. Sustain Your Blog
    • Invite people to read it
    • Keep it up to date
    • Add interesting elements
    • Think about a co-author
    • Provide good resource links