Tumblr is a micro-blogging platform that churns out more than 64 million posts daily. Depending on how you want to utilize the platform, this guide will help you move from a Tumblr novice to power blogger.
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We put together some of our favorite resources for learning more about blogging along with some fantastic sites that will help you get a beautiful classroom blog up and running in minutes.
EdTech: Focus on Higher Education has surveyed the web and found what we believe are the 50 best IT blogs in higher education. These blogs cover every aspect of technology, both in the classroom and behind the scenes.
The top twelve education technology blogs are packed full of thoughts from educators, health professionals, and technology experts dedicated to sharing information. These must-read blogs contain valuable insight into the tools and processes for technology in education.
Blogging is still an excellent educational activity for your students. It provides opportunities for them to develop writing skills as well as an outlet for creative thinking. However, if the “traditional blog” is losing its appeal but you still want …
Classroom websites are a great way to give your class an online presence that you can be proud of, and you’ll be surprised at how easy it is to do. Weebly’s education accounts let you create secure student blogs, or …
Blogging is growing day by day and there are many platforms which allow people to blog without spending a penny. If you are passionate about blogging and want to start a blog for no charges, this post will help choose …
I’m more convinced than ever that blogging and doing it with other students from around the world is essential to helping students connect with themselves and a larger world.
The best blogs in social media and education in 2010
It’s really easy to get started blogging – here’s two different ways to get up and running with a quality blog site quickly.
Teemu Leinonen introduces EduFeedr, “a web-based feed reader that is designed specifically for following and supporting learners in open blog-based courses. ” He explains, “typical RSS readers are not very suitable for following this kind of courses. Most of the …
There are so many amazing voices and resources at our fingertips. The folks at OnlineDegrees have made connecting to those resources a bit easier with their annual list of the Top 100 Technology Blogs for Teachers.
Get inspired and discover new ideas through the help of these bloggers and teachers
You might not expect it, but when it comes to social media even the Pope is switched on. A new decree from The Vatican encourages Catholic priests to start blogs and embrace the web.