Will Richardson’s latest post is on blogging tools and how the different platforms are becoming easier to handle and offering more and more options for educators like privacy and transparency.
My classes are blogging openly using WordPress.com as the main tool to which a number of sattelites are connected (Flickr, 43Things, Places and People, del.icio.us, Bloglines, Community Walk, Wikispaces) constituting a portfolio. The students have linked all their personal accounts to their main space and have also configured the tools so as to be able to post directly to their blog from them (Flickr, 43Trio) However, not all of them can be integrated that smoothly.
In an earlier post on Dekita.org, I explain how we worked last year.
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