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Links 1 through 9 of 9 by Mark Wagner tagged edublogs

This Google Form can be a great model for teachers to use with students to help plan, organize, and bring purpose to their blogging.

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Thanks for Jo Mcleay for pointing out that Casper's blog (or an archive of it) is back up at a new URL. This has been one of my favorite student blog examples for at least two years. :)

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New from James Farmer, creator of edublogs.org... Blogs.mu gives you not only your own blog, but your own instance of Wordpress Multi-User, so you can create a whole blogging community for your school or other purposes. This is essentially the ability to create your own edublogs.org: "Blogs.mu is a site that allows you to setup your own WordPress based blog community or network - with the minimum of fuss. Set up blogs yourself or let users come to you."

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Darren Draper's collection of posts on edublogger etiquette. While he may not have the answers, and many disagree that there are universal answers, he asks a lot of good questions.

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I found myself sympathetic to Doug Belshaw's post about the state of the edublogosphere. I got into it about the same time Doug did. I don't long for any "good old days" but I believe that not all the changes are for the better.

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This is big news for teachers using edublogs... no more need to send students out to make their own accounts, and no more confusion between edublogs and learnerblogs. Simply make your students accounts from your own blog dashboard. :)

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David Jakes' new blog. I've enjoyed reading him for some time now, and I love the title, so I'm passing it on here.

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A blog by students, for everyone... coming soon.

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RR shares some "model posts" from pre-service teachers.

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