This morning I updated the Intro to EB Manual FAQs section with the explanation below – and the hope that my fellow Edubloggers will join me as an EB Supporter: Last week a colleague asked me about the links to “Content Ads” that popped up when she accessed – for the first time – the [...]
I just updated the handout for Registering for an Edublog Username by making the screen shots a little larger and easier to read. Since many teachers like to print a copy of the manual, I’m trying to keep the pages to 30. I deleted the section on selecting time zones since it no longer seems [...]
A very enthusiastic new Edublogger, Tammy Null, emailed a question today regarding adding some teachers to her eSCIweb site. Creating a handout on how to register seemed like a good idea. I’ve added this one-pager at the end of the updated Intro to EB Manual (page 30).
Although I generally use Firefox for my browser, last week I was facilitating an Edublogs workshop for the Area 3 Writing Project and noticed an issue with embedded files when viewed in IE: the files appear as blank boxes and no amount of clicking can activate or open them. So I turned to the EB [...]
I’ve been working fast and furiously to keep up with all the changes happening at Edublogs.org. I’m pretty sure James Farmer never sleeps in order to keep up with the updates, enhancements, fixes, and forum discussions. So here’s a link to my latest Intro to Edublogs Manual. It’s pretty complete, but I plan to keep [...]