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  • 1. More Detailed Help
  • 2. 12. Post With a File AttachedNext to the Attach option choose “File” and choose the file to upload from your computer. Edmodo has a great document viewer, so if it’s a common document type (e.g. Word file, PDF, etc) others can view it directly rather than having to download it. Attach a file
  • 3. 13. Post From Your LibraryNext to the Attach option select “Library” and choose the item from your Library to attach. You can attach documents, files, links or any other item in your library this way. Attach from your Library
  • 4. 13. Post With a Link Attached There are two steps to this type of post:1. Next to the Attach option choose “Link”. Attach a Web Link
  • 5. 13. Post With a Link Attached2. Type or paste the link details into the box, and give your link a short description (e.g. Title of the page or site you’re linking to).  Edmodo will cleverly suggest a description for most links. Type the link details here (e.g. http://www.google.com)
  • 6. 14. Post With Web Content EmbeddedMany types of rich media web content allow you to integrate them into your own site (e.g. Youtube videos, Glogster posters, Slideshare presentations, Flickr images, etc). This is called “embedding” the content.Embedded content is very useful because it means people reading your post don’t need to go to another site to view your video, poster or other content. They can view everything in the one spot.Embedding content is a little more involved than attaching a web link, but it’s still very simple.The 2-step process is outlined over the next few slides.
  • 7. 14. Post With Web Content EmbeddedThere are two steps to embedding content into Edmodo:1. Get the “embed code” for the content.  Embed code is simply a short snippet of programming code that will tell Edmodo where to find your content on the web and what to do with it to make it work in Edmodo.1. Paste the embed code into the link part of your post.
  • 8. 14. Post With Web Content Embedded1. Get the “embed code” for your content:  For Youtube videos go the video’s web address, and under the video player you’ll see an option to “<Embed>”.  Click “<Embed>”.
  • 9. 14. Post With Web Content Embedded1. Get the “embed code” for your content:  This will reveal the embed code for the video, along with some optional choices about how your embedded video will look.  Copy the embed code.
  • 10. 14. Post With Web Content Embedded1. Get the “embed code” for your content:  For Glogster posters view your Glog, then scroll down and choose to “Embed into your page”.  Then copy the code.
  • 11. 14. Post With Web Content Embedded1. Get the “embed code” for your content:  For Slideshare presentations view it on Slideshare, and above the slideshow you’ll see an option to “<>Embed”.  This will reveal the embed code for your to copy.
  • 12. 14. Post With Web Content Embedded1. Get the “embed code” for your content:  For Flickr photos, view the photo on Flickr.  Choose “Share this” and then “Grab the HTML/BBCode”  Copy the code.
  • 13. 14. Post With Web Content Embedded1. Get the “embed code” for your content:  Many other websites that have rich media content will offer a similar “embed” option, allowing you to locate and copy the embed code.
  • 14. 14. Post With Web Content Embedded2. Paste the embed code into the link part of your Edmodo post:  Choose “Link” next to the Attach options as you would for attaching a web link to your Edmodo post.
  • 15. 14. Post With Web Content Embedded2. Paste the embed code into the link part of your Edmodo post:  Paste the embed code for your content into the link box (it will be fairly long).
  • 16. 14. Post With Web Content Embedded2. Paste the embed code into the link part of your Edmodo post:  Paste the embed code for your content (in this case a Youtube video) into the link box.
  • 17. 14. Post With Web Content Embedded When you click “Attach” and return to composing your post, your embedded content will appear just like a web link. Rest assured, when you finish your post and “Send”, your video or presentation will be embedded into your post below your note.
  • 18. 14. Post With Web Content Embedded Voila! Your chosen content is embedded within your Edmodo post, allowing others to view or play it in Edmodo.
  • 19. Credits Slideshow produced by: Brendan Vanderkley English/Psychology Teacher Christian College, Geelong My Blog:http://webteachertech.wordpress.com

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