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Thursday, February 14

  1. page wordpress edited ... Getting Started - A blog entry that provides the basics for getting your WordPress blog. There…
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    Getting Started - A blog entry that provides the basics for getting your WordPress blog. There is a video at the very bottom that also explains the process.
    Dashboard - A blog entry that explains and provides screen shots of the main dashboard used by WordPress. There are two videos at the very bottom that also explain how to use your dashboard.
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    how to [[#|create blog]]create blog entries or
    Pages - A blog entry that explains how to create pages for your WordPress blog. Pages are different than entries because they will always appear in the navigation bar (most people think of them as the static part of your blog or like having a website built into your blog). There is a video at the very bottom that also explains how to do this.
    Note that all of these resources were provided by WordPress. There are likely additional resources that can be found on the web and instructional videos that can be found on YouTube. If there is something you'd like to be able to do with your blog that isn't described in any of these videos, I would suggest conducting both a YouTube search and a general web search to see if someone has already created a how to video or guide.
    As a starting point, below are two YouTube videos that aren't created by the WordPress team, but I think you will find useful.
    Beginner WordPress Tutorial Video - A short YouTube video that provides all of the basics for someone who is just decided to start blogging with WordPress.com.
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    from creating [[#|your account]]your account to many
    Once you have created your blog, post your first entry or post. This first entry should tell me and your fellow MOOC participants a little about yourself and why you enrolled in this MOOC.
    The last thing you should do is to add the blog address you have chosen for your Twitter account into the "list of participants".
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    9:42 pm
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    Bloggerand use
    http://thakaffa.blogspot.com
    Blogger
    for
    for your blog,
    Take a Tour - This is a web-based tour of blogging in general and the use of Blogger.
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    Blog on Blogger -Blogger- A YouTube
    Adding a Static Page to your Blog - A YouTube video that shows you how to add pages to your blog. Pages are different than entries because they will always appear in the navigation bar (most people think of them as the static part of your blog or like having a website built into your blog).
    Adjusting your Blogger Privacy Settings - A YouTube video that shows you how to change the privacy settings for your blog. This is useful if you don't want your blog to be seen beyond your class or if you don't want people to be able to find your students' blogs.
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    Beginner WordPress Tutorial Video - A short YouTube video that provides all of the basics for someone who is just decided to start blogging with WordPress.com.
    Updated WordPress.com: Step-by-Step Tutorial on How to Blog - A lengthy and comprehensive YouTube video that provides a very detailed, step-by-step guide for blogging with WordPress.com from creating [[#|your account]] to many of the customized features and other bells and whistles. An excellent resource.
    You can also use the Google Keyword tool for Keyword research
    Once you have created your blog, post your first entry or post. This first entry should tell me and your fellow MOOC participants a little about yourself and why you enrolled in this MOOC.
    The last thing you should do is to add the blog address you have chosen for your Twitter account into the "list of participants".
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    Once you have created your blog, post your first entry or post. This first entry should tell me and your fellow MOOC participants a little about yourself and why you enrolled in this MOOC.
    The last thing you should do is to add the blog address you have chosen for your Twitter account into the "list of participants".
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Thursday, January 3

  1. page participants edited ... Cindy Xin @cindymanxin Niki Davis @profnikidavis This is not really a Blog but gives info:htt…
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    Cindy Xin @cindymanxin
    Niki Davis @profnikidavis This is not really a Blog but gives info:http://www.canterbury.ac.nz/UCResearchProfile/Researcher.aspx?researcherid=3612254
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    Proctor @generativeinstr http://keithproctorlearningreflections.blogspot.com/
    Lois Lindell @lalindell Random EIT Thoughts
    http://keithproctorlearningreflections.blogspot.com
    Lesley Murray
    Jacqui Land @jacquiland http://vsmooc.blogspot.co.nz/
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Sunday, December 30

  1. page research edited ... Ferdig, R.E. & Cavanaugh, C. (Eds.) (2011). Lessons learned from virtual schools: Experien…
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    Ferdig, R.E. & Cavanaugh, C. (Eds.) (2011). Lessons learned from virtual schools: Experiences and recommendations from the field. Vienna, VA: International Association for K-12 Online Learning.
    Florida TaxWatch. Final Report: A Comprehensive Report of Florida Virtual School. http://www.scribd.com/doc/47743217/Florida-Virtual-School-Report
    http://professionals.collegeboard.com/profdownload/AP-Score-Distribution-All-Subjects-2011.xls
    Means, B., Toyama, Y., Murphy, R., Bakia, M., & Jones, K. (2009). Evaluation of evidence-based practices in online learning: A meta-analysis and review of online learning studies; http://www.ed.gov/rschstat/eval/tech/evidence-based-practices/finalreport.pdf
    Salomon G. & Gardner, H. (1986). The computer as educator: Lessons from television research. Educational Researcher, 15 (1), 13-19.
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Saturday, December 29

Monday, December 24

  1. page blogger edited {blogger.jpg} ... account with Blogger and Bloggerand use http://thakaffa.blogspot.com B…
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    account with Blogger andBloggerand use
    http://thakaffa.blogspot.com
    Blogger for
    for
    your blog,
    Take a Tour - This is a web-based tour of blogging in general and the use of Blogger.
    How to Create a Blog on Blogger - A YouTube video that shows you how to create a Blogger account and then create your first post.
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    Once you have created your blog, post your first entry or post. This first entry should tell me and your fellow MOOC participants a little about yourself and why you enrolled in this MOOC.
    The last thing you should do is to add the blog address you have chosen for your Twitter account into the "list of participants".
    Exm
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    5:14 pm

Tuesday, November 27

  1. page badgesearned edited ... Sha Slater Jennifer Jackson Jami O'Connor {VSMOOC12-Apprentice.jpg} Virtual School Appr…
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    Sha Slater
    Jennifer Jackson
    Jami O'Connor
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    Virtual School Apprentice
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    10:16 am

Sunday, November 25

  1. page wordpress edited ... Getting Started - A blog entry that provides the basics for getting your WordPress blog. There…
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    Getting Started - A blog entry that provides the basics for getting your WordPress blog. There is a video at the very bottom that also explains the process.
    Dashboard - A blog entry that explains and provides screen shots of the main dashboard used by WordPress. There are two videos at the very bottom that also explain how to use your dashboard.
    ...
    how to create blog[[#|create blog]] entries or
    Pages - A blog entry that explains how to create pages for your WordPress blog. Pages are different than entries because they will always appear in the navigation bar (most people think of them as the static part of your blog or like having a website built into your blog). There is a video at the very bottom that also explains how to do this.
    Note that all of these resources were provided by WordPress. There are likely additional resources that can be found on the web and instructional videos that can be found on YouTube. If there is something you'd like to be able to do with your blog that isn't described in any of these videos, I would suggest conducting both a YouTube search and a general web search to see if someone has already created a how to video or guide.
    As a starting point, below are two YouTube videos that aren't created by the WordPress team, but I think you will find useful.
    Beginner WordPress Tutorial Video - A short YouTube video that provides all of the basics for someone who is just decided to start blogging with WordPress.com.
    ...
    from creating your account[[#|your account]] to many
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    excellent resource.
    You can also use the Google Keyword tool for Keyword research

    Once you have created your blog, post your first entry or post. This first entry should tell me and your fellow MOOC participants a little about yourself and why you enrolled in this MOOC.
    The last thing you should do is to add the blog address you have chosen for your Twitter account into the "list of participants".
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