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Guide to create your blog and uploading files. Guide to create your blog and uploading files. Document Transcript

  • Setting
up
your
Media
Blog
 STEP
1:

Make
sure
you
have
your
VLE
email
and
password.
 STEP
2:

Go
to
www.blogger.com
and
create
your
own
Blog.

Make
sure
to
use
your
 Springwood
email
address.


To
enter
all
your
details
click
on
“Create
A
Blog”.
 
 STEP
3:

Enter
all
your
information
and
then
hit
continue.

Make
sure
you
make
a
 note
of
your
username
and
password.

Your
really
don’t
want
to
forget
these
things.
 

  • Step
4:
Name
your
blog
and
url,
make
sure
you
name
it
using
something
that
will
be
 easy
for
the
Exam
Board
and
myself
to
identify
you.
 
 Step
5:

Choose
a
template,
it
is
best
to
choose
one
that
really
goes
with
the
theme
 or
colours
you
are
planning
to
use
in
your
production.

If
you
are
unsure
of
what
to
 choose
you
can
always
change
this
template
later
on. 
 STEP
6:

Start
blogging!!

The
main
tab
you
will
use
here
is
“Posting”.

This
will
allow
 you
to
put
your
work
up
and
tell
us
a
little
something
about
it.

There
are
also
some
 other
tabs
for
you
to
experiment
with;
Settings,
Layout,
and
Monetise.

This
is
where
 you
go
crazy
and
make
your
blog
your
own.
 

  • STEP
7:
Inserting
your
assignments
into
your
blog.

For
this
part
in
the
blog
making
 you
are
going
to
have
to
signup
for
another
service,
once
you
get
the
hang
of
using
it,
 your
life
in
media
will
become
much
easier.

The
site
is
www.slideshare.net
and
click
 on
‘Sign
up’
to
create
an
account
for
yourself.

This
is
really
important
because
it
will
 allow
you
to
directly
paste
in
your
presentations
and
youtube
videos
without
having
 viewers
navigate
to
the
external
site. 
 STEP
8:

Enter
all
your
info
in
here,
again,
make
sure
to
keep
a
note
of
what
your
 user
name
and
password
is.
You
will
get
another
screen
pop
up
for
more
details,
 you
don’t
necessarily
have
to
put
your
full
name
up
if
you
are
not
comfortable
with
 that.

It
asks
you
for
your
blog,
it
is
OK
to
put
that
in.

Make
sure
you
click
on
the
 legal
agreement
at
the
bottom
and
you’re
ready
to
post
your
word
documents
and
 powerpoint
presentations.
 

  • STEP
9:

When
you
are
complete
with
the
personal
details
a
screen
like
this
should
 pop
up.

Press
skip
this
a
the
bottom
of
the
screen. 
 STEP
10:
You
will
then
get
a
screen
like
this
pop
up.

This
is
where
you
can
begin
to
 upload
your
files.

If
you
click
on
bulk
upload
you
can
upload
as
many
files
as
you
 want
at
once.

If
you
just
need
to
upload
one
file
go
to
single
upload.

These
options
 are
found
on
the
top
light
green/
blue
coloured
menu.
 
 STEP
11:
Upload
your
file.

This
step
is
very
simple,
you
can
give
a
description
if
you
 like
but
this
is
not
necessary
as
you
should
be
giving
a
description
of
your
work
in
 your
blog.

Make
sure
to
give
your
document
a
good
title
though. 

  • STEP
12:
Your
file
should
upload
completely
within
a
minute
or
two
depending
on
 how
large
your
file
was.

Keep
refreshing
your
page
until
you
get
a
little
thumbnail
 of
your
file
as
seen
below.

Now
click
on
your
file. 
 STEP
13:

You
will
now
be
directed
to
your
file.

Here
you
must
copy
the
text
in
the
 embed
box
which
is
found
near
the
top
right
of
your
file.

If
you
look
below
at
mine,
 it
startes
with
“<div style="width:477px”.

You
need
to
click
on
this
and
then
copy
it. 
 STEP
14:

Go
back
to
your
blog
and
create
a
new
post
based
on
the
file
you
just
 uploaded.

Click
on
edit
html
in
your
post
window
and
paste
that
“embed”
 information
in.

You
can
then
go
back
to
compose.

Underneath
the
file
you
can
 write
in
a
description
of
your
assignment
or
comments
on
it
or
anything
that
will
 give
me
or
the
examiner
information
as
to
why
this
document
is
relevant.
 


  • STEP
15:

PUBLISH
POST.

It
is
important
you
click
on
this
or
you
will
loose
 everything
you
have
just
worked
on.

Then
click
on
“View
Post”
and
you’ll
get
to
see
 your
blog
and
post!!!

 
 Go
to
our
homepage
www.springwoodmedia.blogspot.com
I
will
be
putting
up
all
 our
homework
and
deadlines
here.

So
if
you
happen
to
loose
a
document
you
will
 be
able
to
find
it
here.

Also,
on
the
ride
side
of
the
screen
add
yourself
as
a
follower.

 I
need
to
get
everyone
as
a
follower
so
I
can
keep
a
close
eye
on
your
work
and
give
 you
feedback
on
your
work
here.
 Other
things
to
keep
in
mind:
 • Your
blog
isn’t
just
for
your
assignments
to
be
put
up.

You
can
 also
use
this
as
a
diary
to
track
your
progress
and
to
comment
 on
any
changes
that
you
have
decided
to
make
to
your
project.
 • You
can
create
your
own
header
in
your
blog.

If
you
want
to
do
 this,
and
I
recommend
that
you
do.

I
can
give
you
a
quick
 tutorial
on
this
to
get
you
started.


 • Make
sure
you
have
a
clear
style
going
on
in
your
blog.
 • Don’t
be
afraid
to
experiment,
you
may
figure
out
something
 cool
to
share
with
the
class.

 • You
can
also
embed
YouTube
videos
just
like
these
 documents,
all
you
need
to
do
is
find
your
uploaded
video
and
 copy
the
“embed”
information.

Any
videos
that
I
upload
can
 be
found
at
http://www.youtube.com/user/springwoodmedia.
 • It
is
important
to
experiment
with
all
technology
available
to
 you
as
a
media
student.

The
more
you
get
comfortable
with
 technology
the
easier
it
will
be
for
you
in
the
future.