Getting started -- Create a Free AccountGo to edu.glogster.com and click on the sign-up button. Followthe instructions to sign in.Teachers: start with a Single Free account -- you can alwaysupgrade to a paid account later if you like. Once you sign in,you will see your teacher code.Students: your account is free. You will need a teacher code tocreate it. This is to make sure that all members of the site areconnected to a teacher.Begin Glogging!Once you are logged in, you will see yourDashboard.Most of the tabs are only available withpaid accounts. A free account gives youaccess to the glog creation tools in the ﬁrsttab, and to Messages. We will be focusingon glog creation.
Create Your First Glog Clicking on the CREATE NEW BLOG or CREATE YOUR FIRST BLOG button will bring you to the blank glog canvas with this easy-to- navigate menu. Choose and edit existing items, upload your own from your computer, or link to something from the web. (“Grab” is a paid feature.)
Reﬁne Your Layout and Save Your WorkClick and drag objects around the canvas.Click on objects to see layout options, such as resize and rotate, as well as the EDITbutton that allows you to change content, add hyperlinks, etc.Autosave is on by default, or you can manually save (as well as preview your work).
Publish and ShareWhen you’re done, click the SAVE ORPUBLISH button. Give your glog a name,add categories and tags (optional), mark itas Finished or Unﬁnished, and hit SAVE.This is the URL you will use to shareyour glog with others.You can email it, tweet it, post it toFacebook, etc. At the bottom of your glog you will see other share options, including embed code.
And you’re done! Here are some screenshots of glogs created by students for a variety of projects: Science: Effects of Fungi on Tomatoes The student documents an experiment and enhances the report with visuals and music.English: Onomatopoeia History: Evolution of Protest MusicThe student has used video and soundclips to demonstrate the principle of Audio and visuals provide additionalonomatopoeia in addition to simply interest and concrete demonstration of thedeﬁning it or ﬁnding straight visuals from music the student is examining.comic books to illustrate it. See the Video Tutorial page at http://edu.glogster.com/?page=videos for more help.