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This is a quick shout out to all of our users and Edublogs friends that are attending the ISTE conference in Philadelphia next week… We’ll be there and would love to meet as many of you as possible! The Edublogs ISTE Meet-up on Sunday We managed to get a group reserved for a tour of Independence […]

While we feel the learning curve for starting a blog using Edublogs is pretty low, we also know that proper training and support is critical to the success of any new program or endeavor. Whether or not your school, district, or university is already using blogs, let us help provide the assistance needed to jump […]

Did you know that Edublogs hosts free weekly webinars about varying topics in the fields of education, technology, and blogging? Thanks to a community partnership with Blackboard Collaborate (Formerly Elluminate) which was recently extended, we are able to invite you to attend a live and engaging experience that brings educators together from around the globe. […]

In case you missed it, Larry Ferlazzo published an interview with Edublogs’ founder and CEO, James Farmer, today. It’s an interesting read – especially with the discussion about how Edublogs was started more than 6 years ago and includes a link to the very first home page of our site. Man have we come a […]

If you are looking for something to add to your Kindle queue, or a new good-ol-fashioned book to read, we want to suggest Nicolas Pujol’s The Mind Share Market: The Power of Alternative Currency. Ok, so it may only really appeal to you if you are like us and love learning more about online business […]

The first Student Blogging Challenge of the year is under way, and even if you or your students aren’t participating, the challenge blog is an excellent resource for blogging ideas. So far this challenge, students and teachers have created about pages, avatars, and slideshows, written in a foreign language, edited images, and much more! As […]

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