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If the twitter stream and blog posts over the past week or so are an accurate representation, it seems that iPads and other tablet devices have really started to solidify their roles in and out of the classroom. In fact, I should disclose, this post comes at the conclusion of my first week with an […]

One of the things that we pride ourselves the most on here at Edublogs is the support we provide for our users. In fact, over the past few weeks, you may have noticed an overhaul of our help.edublogs.org support site.  Our team has been hard at work re-organizing and adding more information to the site […]

This week, Kathleen McGeady wrote an excellent post on student blogging and internet images. Her experience with grade 2 students and teaching appropriate copyright use is truly inspirational. This one sentence is an excellent reminder to educators and students about the importance of using images from sources that approve the use. Many students’ first instinct […]

One of the most powerful and revolutionary aspects of many technologies being used in classrooms today revolve around the fact that they facilitate student-centered learning and collaboration. Perhaps summarized best in this week’s post from the Education Vision Leadership blog, the move to student initiated learning, while natural, is not an easy progression. Traditional methodologies, school systems, […]

Pro users can now add a Wibiya toolbar to the bottom of their blogs! This new plugin is a direct result of popular requests from our users. If you are not sure what a Wibiya toolbar is, you can see it in action at the bottom of the Edublogs homepage. Wibiya automatically adds Facebook, Twitter, […]

You may have heard that Skype announced this week the new ability to video conference with up to 10 users at once. We’ve tested this out and find it to be really cool. And since many classrooms around the globe are using services like Skype, we thought we would share a bit more. Skype is […]

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