Do ya like the piccie :) Here’s the article! And for a limited time it looks like I’m on their Higher Ed Homepage. “A LOT of people spend a lot more than $US3000 a year on their hobbies,” James Farmer says, laughing. His hobby may be better described as a quasi-religious quest: he preaches a […]
This is a soft launch (will email everyone later) of the all new edublogs.org forums. As some of you may remember I experimented with a forums area using Drupal a while back but it didn’t have any real impact so this time there’s a few serious improvements. It’s using the excellent bbPress (thanks Matt :) […]
This is a really great series of handouts & presentations to get you started with blogging, especially cool is the Using Edublogs video :) And there’s also one for Bloglines! Many thanks to Joe Friedhoff for putting these together. And as if that wasn’t enough you Pam has created a stylish little edublogs.org badge you […]
What’s the best possible thing you can add to three educational blogging tools… a fourth :) Please welcome eslblogs.org to the edublogs stable. Basically it’s free blogs for ESL and EFL (English language) students. Read more details here.
An edublogs.org user that I’m particularly happy to have is my dad who today, asks a very simple question “How do I podcast”? Good question… unfortunately whoever he spoke to did not give him a good answer though so, drumroll, here’s how you podcast using edublogs.org: Record and create an .mp3 file (Audacity is free […]
I’m delighted to announce that the next generation of edublogs.org, supported by The Chalkface Project, is officially launched today! Firstly, the generous support of Chalkface means that edublogs.org (and associated sites) are now running on their own dedicated server. That means more bandwidth, more storage space, better performance and an all round superior edublogging experience. […]