Goal: to overwhelm you a bit!
What is a Blog? Will Richardson’s video http://sxnuss.people.wm.edu/WebLoggingSmall.mov A  blog  (or  weblog ) is a  websi...
Blogging Begins with Reading Technorati Google  blog  search Blogdigger BlogPulse Will’s  Bloglines
RSS  – Making it Simple! There are  many  introductions to RSS available on the Internet.  Bloglines   What does it look l...
Where Can You Blog? Personal Blogging Websites Free Sites: Blogger Edublogs Non-free Sites: TypePad   Sheryl’s  Blog Teach...
How Can I Find Out More? Support  Blogging.com (High school teacher) Vicki Davis  writes some helps for beginning bloggers...
Vlog A vlog is a weblog which uses video as its primary presentation format.     Andy   Vidblogger  directory Alan    Marc...
Examples of Blogs
Look at What We Can Build  When We Work Together! The term wiki is a shortened form of wiki wiki which is from the native ...
Podcasting Do I need to have an iPod?  Content to go  The three steps...  1 - record 2 - edit(?) 3 - publish Podomatic  (s...
Flickr Mappr   Flickr  Tools Example
Social Bookmarking   del.icio.us   Technorati
How can you use these emerging technologies in your classroom? Reflect
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    1. 2. Goal: to overwhelm you a bit!
    2. 3. What is a Blog? Will Richardson’s video http://sxnuss.people.wm.edu/WebLoggingSmall.mov A blog (or weblog ) is a website in which items are posted on a regular basis and displayed with the newest at the top. Like other media , blogs often focus on a particular subject, such as food, politics, or local news. A typical blog combines text, images , and links to other blogs, web pages, and other media related to its topic. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weblog
    3. 4. Blogging Begins with Reading Technorati Google blog search Blogdigger BlogPulse Will’s Bloglines
    4. 5. RSS – Making it Simple! There are many introductions to RSS available on the Internet. Bloglines What does it look like? Add me: http://21stcenturylearning.typepad.com
    5. 6. Where Can You Blog? Personal Blogging Websites Free Sites: Blogger Edublogs Non-free Sites: TypePad Sheryl’s Blog Teacher or Community Sites Allow a teacher or parent to set up a number of individual blogs under a single website. A little more difficult to set up, but one of the advantages of these community sites is that there are often controls or restrictions for the administrator: Free Sites: Classblogmeister created by David Warlick Gaggle free email and blog hosting http://www.takingitglobal.org / - lots of social networking tools https://www.imbee.com/ Secure Social Networking and Blogging More How to: http://abpc.wikispaces.com/+Basic+Blogs
    6. 7. How Can I Find Out More? Support Blogging.com (High school teacher) Vicki Davis writes some helps for beginning bloggers: 10 Habits of  bloggers  that win How and why beginners ( newbies ) should  blog . How to add tags to your  blog . Setting Up a blog (Other Teachers) Teachers Teaching Teachers Teaching With Blogs Learn About Blogging in Education ABPC WIKI Policies April’s Page
    7. 8. Vlog A vlog is a weblog which uses video as its primary presentation format. Andy Vidblogger directory Alan Marco Torres
    8. 9. Examples of Blogs
    9. 10. Look at What We Can Build When We Work Together! The term wiki is a shortened form of wiki wiki which is from the native language of Hawaii where it is commonly used as an adjective to denote something "quick" or "fast"! Let’s create one
    10. 11. Podcasting Do I need to have an iPod? Content to go The three steps... 1 - record 2 - edit(?) 3 - publish Podomatic (site) Example: Jane How to- From a Ala. Teacher
    11. 12. Flickr Mappr Flickr Tools Example
    12. 13. Social Bookmarking del.icio.us   Technorati
    13. 14. How can you use these emerging technologies in your classroom? Reflect

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