We know many Edublogs users have introduced their colleagues to the platform in a staff meeting, team meeting, or professional development session.
Some educators also like to give parents an overview of Edublogs during parent information evenings or school council meetings.
To make it easier for teachers to share the power of Edublogs with others, we’ve put together some resources.
This overview of Edublogs can be viewed as a Google Slides presentation or as a PDF.
It goes through:
- What is Edublogs?
- The benefits of using Edublogs
- How to get started with Edublogs
- Example blogs from different age groups and settings
- How to learn more
This two page document explains Edublogs in a nutshell and goes through some frequently asked questions.
Distribute it to staff or share it with parents.
You’ll also find these resources on our Blogging 101 page.
Anyone Can Publish Online
When many educators and parents were at school, publishing online was either impossible or reserved for the very tech savvy. It’s now easier than ever to claim your own space on the web!
Edublogs uses a customized version of WordPress which gives you the scope to either stick to the basics, or create a highly personalized site to share with the world.
Edublogs offers you flexibility beyond blogging. You can:
- Set up a blog in a traditional way (i.e. regular posts showing up in reverse chronological order)
- Create a more static website
- Include a mixture of blog and website
- Develop a resource portal
- Work on a digital portfolio
- Develop any other kind of online space that interests you
Whatever stage you’re at or whatever sort of site you’re working on, our support team is just an email away — 24/7. So you’re never alone on your blogging journey!
If you have any questions about Edublogs, drop a comment below.
Any suggestions for other resources that would help you learn more about Edublogs or introduce it to others? Be sure to let us know.
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