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We’ve been on a roll the past month releasing many new plugins available to our Pro and Campus users. If you haven’t clicked on the ‘Plugins’ link in your blog’s dashboard lately, you might want to take a quick look. The newest addition will allow you to bring in RSS feeds from any blog or […]

If you have a blog on Edublogs.org, you probably have seen information about Edublogs Campus. We get many questions each day asking us to give a bit more information on Campus, and I’d like to take this opportunity to point out a few of the main reasons why you should consider it for your school. […]

Tags are an excellent way to organize blog posts and helps blog visitors browse posts based on a specific topic. Tag clouds are a useful way of showing which tags are more popular than others on a blog.  The larger the size of the word in the tag cloud the more posts that have been […]

Exciting news! We are working on a new directory at Edublogs which will allow you to easily sort through and find blogs based on type or location. To help us get started, we would love anyone that would like their blog to be included in the directory when we launch to complete the form below: […]

In case you missed it, yesterday our own Sue Waters published A Twitteraholic’s Guide to tweets, hashtags, and all things Twitter. If you haven’t jumped into the whole Twitter experience yet, you might be surprised at how many educators are using Twitter to collaborate and learn from each other. Each day, on Edublogs and beyond, thousands […]

Message boards, or forums, are commonplace on many websites around the web. Many people turn them when planning a vacation, for advice, or to get help (like on our Edublogs support forums). Forums are increasingly popular in the classroom as well as a way to organize and foster collaboration among students. Edublogs Pro and Campus […]