We have a couple of exciting updates to share as we wrap up 2012!
And, you should know, we have big plans to make 2013 the biggest edublogging year yet.
Before we get to the new toys to play with, check out this excellent video from Mr. Avery’s Classroom Blog as his students share their “12 Days of Blogging”.
Here is their list :
- friends around the world
- mystery skypes
- 3 Eddie Nominations
- 4KM and 4KJ
- math movies
- projects funded (from DonorsChoose.org)
- students blogging
- collaborative projects
- students commenting
- google maps
- new posts
- clustrmap hits
A huge thanks to Mr. Avery’s class for such excellent examples of student blogging and allowing us to share your work here!
Let It Snow Plugin
The popular ‘Let It Snow Plugin’ is now back and better than ever. On all blogs, just go to the Plugins menu, click Activate and watch the snow fall on your blog!
One of the most useful features available is the ability to let parents, students, and visitors signup to get email notifications of all new posts on a blog.
All you have to do is go to Appearance > Widgets and add the Email Subscription widget to a sidebar to set it up.
And as of today, you can now see a list of all those that have subscribed, export a list of subscribers, and delete subscribers when needed.
This is just the beginning of better user and subscriber management tools we have in the works. :)
From all of us here at Edublogs, we wish you, your students, and families a Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and an excellent New Year!