How to create a blog - Part Two

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This tutorial on creating a blog was created by Dave Drake, Humanities AST for Wiltshire, based at Abbeyfield School in Chippenham, for the Wiltshire AST Network Meeting in June 2009

This tutorial on creating a blog was created by Dave Drake, Humanities AST for Wiltshire, based at Abbeyfield School in Chippenham, for the Wiltshire AST Network Meeting in June 2009

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  • 1. Setting up a website using http://blogger.com Part 2 Presentation for the Wiltshire AST Network Meeting on 29 June 2009 Dave Drake Humanities Advanced Skills Teacher http://humanitiesastwiltshire.blogspot.com
  • 2.  
  • 3. Dashboard
    • You can add
    • elements to your
    • Home Page that will
    • appear every time
    • your page is opened
    Select ‘Layout’ Humanities AST website
  • 4. Adding ‘Gadgets’ These elements are called ‘Gadgets’ and can store a wide variety of information. They will also make your site easier to navigate for users Click on ‘Add a Gadget’
  • 5. Adding Labels (Index)
  • 6. Creating a ‘Gadget’
  • 7. Adding Labels (Index) Scroll down the page and select the Labels application
  • 8. Your current labels You should now find that each of the categories you have assigned to the posts you have created so far, appears here Save this
  • 9. Have a look
  • 10. Other useful ‘Gadgets’ Embedding a clip to appear every time on your front page General text (eg Contact info)
  • 11. Useful ‘Gadgets’ Add a Photograph Other useful blogs (Humanities AST and Abbeyfield Humanities!!!)
  • 12. Other ‘Gadgets’ Create a list of websites on a particular topic (exam boards, Wiltshire AST website) Add a feed from an organisation (BBC News) which will be constantly updated with their latest information
  • 13. Have a go
    • See if you can add things that you know would be useful for your subject
    • Flick back to Humanities AST website for some ideas