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It is almost too embarrassing to write about – but during a recent Edublogs Campus training session, a user asked for an explanation for what all of those icons do in the visual post editor. I admit, I hadn’t actually played with them all before, and had to do some quick learning for a couple […]

The big education news over the weekend was that Skype launched it’s “Skype in the classroom” website which is now ready for use! The new free directory promises to make it easy to connect with educators around the globe that are interested in using skype to connect with guest speakers, set up language exchanges, and […]

This week, we think you will be excited about a couple of LIVE webinars that feature a few Edublogs blogging rockstars. Tech Talk Tuesdays – (Or Monday for those in the Americas!) Teaching Commenting and Encouraging Parent Participation 4pm Tuesday the 22nd in Melbourne, Australia or 9pm Monday the 21st in Los Angeles, California. (See the […]

In case you missed it, we started the FREE professional development series on blogging with students this week! Especially geared for those that want to have their students participate in the upcoming Student Blogging Challenge that is starting in March, gear up and get ready to learn: The educational and curricular benefits of student blogging Choosing […]

Regular readers may notice a small change in the format and schedule of our weekly posts. A few tweaks will hopefully make for a much more useful post for everyone! Featured Post of the Week! This week, our featured post is View Google Search Results By Reading Level by Paul Hamilton. Especially when working with […]

Right up there with running more and eating healthier, keeping up with the blogs I like to follow has been my easy way out of New Year’s resolutions the past few years. How many of you out there have also spent a good amount of time setting up your Google Reader only to let the […]

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