As an avid reader, I’d love to share an author I’ve recently come to appreciate with some lessons that may be useful to everyone in the education community….
A Beginner’s Guide To Google Photos
You may be taking more photos than ever but there’s an important next step which is often overlooked — organizing and archiving. Google Photos is an excellent free solution for storing, organizing, and sharing photos and videos. Let’s get you started! …
The Edublogger’s Guide To Global Collaboration
One of the many advantages of having a class blog is the potential for global collaboration. Maybe you like the idea of connecting with other classes, but don’t know where to start? This guide will walk you through many different entry points to global collaboration….
Student Blogging Is Now 100% Free On Edublogs
As of today, we are making many of our previously ‘Pro’ only features 100% free for all! This change will, without a doubt, make Edublogs the best free web publishing tool for students and teachers on the web. We went through and have made many of our more popular features free, including: Student management –…
Getting Real? Google Cardboard And Virtual Reality In Education
While we may not have flying cars, hover boards that really hover (and don’t catch fire), or teleporters just yet, the past year has seen the launch of at least one future-age technology we’ve awaited for decades: virtual reality….
New Features! Private Comments and Group Lists
We’re happy to roll out two new tools that we think are huge for student and course blogging….