Graham Warren has set up a pretty extensive edublogs.org community discussion area using php bulletin board, why not head over there and see if you can hook up with like minded edubloggers.
My students are getting the message “The Comment Form is currently not available” on several of my edublogs postings. Is it full? Please advise. Thanks!
How can I prevent students on their own blogs from editing other people’s comments and posts?
They can’t, it’s default
At home learnerblogs works. At school it doesn’t even exist. It doesn’t show up as a link at the bottom of the edublogs site and the browser doesn’t even find a pop up that says site not found when I go to it, because the browser doesn’t go there at all. Is there something I can do at the school site? My edublog works from school. Should I instead create edublogs for my 130 students? If I do that how do I delete the learnerblogs. This is my edublog: http://athenam.edublogs.org. All my students are linked to me. It has been suggested that I suspend the blogging program at our school. I don’t mind putting in the work to create edublogs for the students, but I feel it would be redundant. Please help.
I really don’t know what to say – the system is working fine for me as you say it is for you from home, perhaps your school has somekind of firewall? I’d ask IT.
Sorry I can’t e any more help.
I have been setting up blogs for my students and everything was working pretty well. I had them all use my e-mail so that the addresses and passwords would come to me and I could link them to my site. (Plus students tend to loose these things on a regular basis) My students do not have access to e-mail at school so that worked very well. When the system was changed and my last class went to sign up for their blogs it would no longer allow us to use my e-mail address. This caused mass confusion. The ones I have managed to get activated are showing as half pages. Is the problem me or is there a problem with the system?
How do you have someone make a post on your blog without giving them the administrative password. I created another alias and want the students to have the ability to author in our blog but not be able to change the password. How do they get into it in order to do that?
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