Edublogs Weekly Review: The power of twitter, #edchat, and student blogging

I’ll be the first to admit that several years ago when I heard about twitter I was more than skeptical. I would occasionally check it out and just not really get it. Today, while I don’t tweet as often as I’d like, I can’t imagine a day without checking the stream to see what my…

Edublogs Weekly Review: Taking blogging to infinity and beyond

This week we came across Mrs. T’s Fantastic Fifth Grade Bobcats class blog and this fun video post of a recent field trip to NASA. In fact, we liked the blog so much that it is our blog of the week! In addition, it really got us thinking about how blogging can be used to…

(This is a "Page")Privacy Policy

Your privacy, especially that of the students and schools that we serve, is critically important to us. You can find our full detailed Privacy Policy below. In addition, we have summarized the most important and relevant points of our privacy policies and practices here at Edublogs. For any questions about the privacy and security of…

Widgets, javascript, iframes and objects (and all that jazz)

After lengthy discussions and weighing up of the pros and cons we’ve decided to allow javascript, iframes and object code onto Edublogs. This means that you can now just copy and paste pretty much most ’embedding’ code you can pick up around the web directly into your Edublog. For posts and pages just click on…

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