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Just a question

Mike:  How private will this blog be with students?  Will the world be able to see it?  just those who are members?  what?  I believe it’s just members.  Just want to make sure.


Posted by Renee Rasmussen on 09/11 at 01:42 PM
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I wondered what this page was for

I’ve accidentally been to this page several times, but I didn’t know what it was for.  When you come up here in Sept/Oct, I’m going to have you go over this stuff with the kids so that none of us make any mistakes.

I’d like to get to these pages without having to go from an email you sent. :sick:
Also, I’d like to understand better how to move from teacherlore to Chester, to whatever.


Posted by Renee Rasmussen on 09/11 at 01:33 PM
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Try Posting

Okay, Renee and Darlene (and anyone else who’s listening), now you’ve posted several comments, try a new post. Go to the publish link in the upper right corner of this page. That will open the control panel. Select the “teacherlore” blog, and that will open a form. The fields are “title” “job title” “town” and the “body” of your post. The submit button is in the upper right hand corner.

Be sure to find the “category list” on the right side of your screen (I need to scroll to the right when I used Firefox but it’s on the screen when I used Internet Explorer. You have to click the category you want your post to appear in. This will probably be the biggest problem with students, so I would keep their categories quite simple until they learn. 

If you forget to select a category, you can follow the “edit” tab to open your post again, and select the category, or make any other changes you want. Or even delete the post, if you change your mind. I selected “about weblog” for this post. 


Posted by Michael L Umphrey on 09/10 at 11:02 PM
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