Edublogs at ISTE 2011 – Free t-shirts, a meet-up, and more!

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…

Let Edublogs Help You With Professional Development and Training!

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…

Edublogs Weekly: Tips for editing blogs and King’s Speech for educators

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…

Edublogs Weekly: The Student Blogging Challenge is Starting Now!

Twice each year, educator extraordinaire Sue Wyatt puts together an amazing 10 week global challenge for students of all ages and abilities. Most definitely the largest event of it’s kind, the Student Blogging Challenge has hundreds and hundreds of registered students and classes. The goal of the challenge is to improve students’ global awareness, blogging…

Edublogs Weekly: Skype in the classroom launched

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…

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