Setting up a website using   http://blogger.com Part 2 Presentation for the Wiltshire AST Network Meeting on 29 June 2009 ...
 
Dashboard <ul><li>You can add </li></ul><ul><li>elements to your </li></ul><ul><li>Home Page that will </li></ul><ul><li>a...
Adding ‘Gadgets’ These elements are called ‘Gadgets’ and can store a wide variety of information. They will also make your...
Adding Labels (Index)
Creating a ‘Gadget’
Adding Labels (Index) Scroll down the page and select the Labels application
Your current labels You should now find that each of the categories you have assigned to the posts you have created so far...
Have a look
Other useful ‘Gadgets’ Embedding a clip to appear every time on your front page General text (eg Contact info)
Useful ‘Gadgets’ Add a Photograph Other useful blogs (Humanities AST and Abbeyfield Humanities!!!)
Other ‘Gadgets’ Create a list of websites on a particular topic (exam boards, Wiltshire AST website) Add a feed from an or...
Have a go <ul><li>See if you can add things that you know would be useful for your subject </li></ul><ul><li>Flick back to...
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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

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How to create a blog - Part Two

  1. 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 <ul><li>You can add </li></ul><ul><li>elements to your </li></ul><ul><li>Home Page that will </li></ul><ul><li>appear every time </li></ul><ul><li>your page is opened </li></ul>Select ‘Layout’ Humanities AST website
  3. 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’
  4. 5. Adding Labels (Index)
  5. 6. Creating a ‘Gadget’
  6. 7. Adding Labels (Index) Scroll down the page and select the Labels application
  7. 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
  8. 9. Have a look
  9. 10. Other useful ‘Gadgets’ Embedding a clip to appear every time on your front page General text (eg Contact info)
  10. 11. Useful ‘Gadgets’ Add a Photograph Other useful blogs (Humanities AST and Abbeyfield Humanities!!!)
  11. 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
  12. 13. Have a go <ul><li>See if you can add things that you know would be useful for your subject </li></ul><ul><li>Flick back to Humanities AST website for some ideas </li></ul>

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