Many more free webinars to come!

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….

Edublogs Campus has new lower prices with unlimited student blogs!

We couldn’t be more thrilled to announce today that we have lowered and changed our prices for our Edublogs Campus packages. Edublogs Campus allows schools, districts, and universities to have their own private blogging platform powered with the same great features as Edublogs Pro – and then some. You can learn more about Campus and…

Edublogs Weekly: Get inside tips on blogging with students

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…

Edublogs Weekly Review: Move over Google Reader, Facebook is my news reader of choice

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…

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…

We should talk – what are you doing to ensure student safety online?

It is one of the most important conversations we can have. When student privacy and safety is at stake, we all have an obligation to do our part. Keeping in mind that laws and policies vary depending on where you are and what age you work with, there are some common sense tips we should…

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