To celebrate the impending 1000th blog at edublogs.org I’ve created a Drupal based edublogs.org community. To participate all you need to do is role on over there, grab yourself a username (synching databases falls, um, into the ‘too hard’ basket ;) and get posting. Please feel encouraged to share your blog, your questions and your […]
Well, we’re coming to the end of the first month of edublogs… 6,934 unique visitors visiting 18,356 times and using 182,014 pages so far as part of 846 different edublogs!!! So howabouts we celebrate by each edublogger inviting 10 of their colleagues to use the service…. In return I’ll get the next upgrade right ;) […]
I’ve been thinking how great it is to have over 700 edublogs going and still be into our first month and about how we can get even more up in the next. Basically how can we ‘badge’ an edublog as an edublog and how can we best ‘spread the word’? The way I though would […]
edublogs.org was founded in 2005 by James Farmer as an extension of the incsub.org project aimed at providing teachers, students, researchers, librarians, writers and other education professionals with freely available emerging technologies. What makes edublogs.org different from, for example, Blogger is that we’re dedicated to educational professionals, we’re nice and small (by blog provider standards), […]
***I’d love to be able to edit a themes / add something to the sidebar / tweak this template… You can do… some templates allow you to extensively customise them thought the ‘template options’ or ‘current theme options’ section in ‘Presentation’ For example, try out the ‘Fauna’ template.You can also manipulate the ‘Links’ section of […]
Did you know that you get some pretty interesting site stats by visiting Manage>Referrers. Of course, once we’ve got editable templates going you’ll be able to use a heap of systems like sitemeter or statcounter but for the meantime I think this is pretty cool!