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Using screenshots, provides a step-by-step guide showing how to make a post on a teacher's eChalk blog.

Using screenshots, provides a step-by-step guide showing how to make a post on a teacher's eChalk blog.

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  • 1. How to “Post” to an eChalk Blog Created by: Paula Trapani LRMS Librarian
  • 2. You made it to my blog. So… what do you do now that you’re here?
  • 3.
    • This is a “post.”
    • It begins with a title , the date it was posted, and the author of the post.
    • Under that is the actual post. Think of it as the beginning of a conversation. In your case, it will feel more like the beginning of a class discussion.
    • But, instead of raising your hand to respond, you’ll all type your responses here on the blog.
  • 4. To read what other people have posted, or to respond to the post yourself, click “Comments.” (The number in parenthesis tells you how many comments have been posted so far.)
  • 5.
    • Here is where you can read what your classmates think about the discussion question.
    • You’ll see:
    • Date & time of post
    • Blogger’s response
    • Author of post
  • 6. But when you are ready to “post,” you’ll do it here. Your name and eChalk e-mail address will automatically be filled in because you’re logged in to eChalk. Type your thoughtful, well-written, gramatically correct response in the comment box. Click “Save comment” when you’re finished, and it will be published to the blog. blah blah blah
  • 7. If you click on the title of the post, you will now see that the number of comments has increased. Your comment will be at the end of the list.
  • 8.