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|Three things you should know about blogging by Steve Wheeler.
Steve is Associate Professor in Information & Computer Technology, School of Education (Faculty of Health, Education and Society) at Plymouth University.
Steve is passionate about motivating as many educators as possible to engage online with their professional community. He recommends that one of the best ways to do this is through blogging and we suggest that you read seven reasons why teachers should blog. A blog is a great technology for sharing your thoughts, ideas and best practice using a public online platform. Follow Steve's advice and "get blogging!".
In this video signpost Steve shares three things you should know about blogging.
|Choose a blog service provider
|Create a blog account
|Configure your blog
|Customise preferences (including settings for comments) and personalise the layout of your blog:
|Post your first blog entry
(E-Learning activity for OERu learners)
|OERu learners may be required to compete the learning outcome actions referenced below (consult your course instructions). See learning outcome actions for posting your first blog:
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