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Multiple Uses of an Edublog

On 18 August 2010 By

Great tips by Nancy Rubin on how to use blogs as learning tools. She asks the question *what can I do with a blog* and comes up with some interesting ideas:

Post materials and resources Current Events Create a newsletter Debate or Online Discussions (posts / comments / replies) Collaborative Class […]

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Sue Waters really covers the basics quite well when she developed this tutorial for edublogging beginners. It combines the most important aspects in regards to style, content and efficiency.

The aim of the post is to help educators and students with their personal blogging.

Here’s my thoughts including recommended widgets:

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I’m not sure if I would agree that these are the 4 pillars of blogging, but it is most definitely great advice about blogging.

Guiding principles

Recently, a few people have been asking me for blogging advice, mainly around getting started. This got me thinking…

What are my guiding principles for […]

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This whole article about making yourself accessible to readers is really worth a read and has some excellent advice for beginners as well as seasoned bloggers.

Today I want to share a powerful principle of successful blogging… that I wish I was better at.

Accessibility.

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