Category: Courseblogs

3 Ways to Edublog – LinkUps

Academic blogs can be used by professors in many different ways depending on their subject matter, lessons, and pedagogical goals. To guide you in the decision of what approach will be best for you to achieve your pedagogical goals we have created the series 3 ways to Edublog. In this series we will feature 3 distinct pedagogical…Continue Reading 3 Ways to Edublog – LinkUps

3 Ways to Edublog – Web Syndication

Academic blogs can be used by professors in many different ways depending on their subject matter, lessons, and pedagogical goals. To guide you in the decision of what approach will be best for you to achieve your pedagogical goals we have created the series 3 ways to Edublog. In this series we will feature 3 distinct pedagogical…Continue Reading 3 Ways to Edublog – Web Syndication

When student blog feeds don’t syndicate …

If you’re a faculty member using the FeedWordPress plugin to syndicate (aggregate) your student blogs into a courseblog, you may occasionally experience errors with regard to blog and category feeds, or encounter situations where a blogger’s content is simply not showing up on the motherblog at all. Here’s a very common error you might see…Continue Reading When student blog feeds don’t syndicate …

Managing Privacy in Courseblogs

Scenario: You’re an instructor using the FeedWordPress plugin to aggregate your student blogs into your courseblog. You enjoy the convenience of being able to read all your students’ posts on one site, as opposed to having to visit each of their sites individually to make sure they’re on task. But what if one or more…Continue Reading Managing Privacy in Courseblogs

Setting up FeedWordPress to aggregate category, tag feeds

Every WordPress blog on the planet has a standard RSS feed address. Just tack on “feed” to the end of every WordPress blog URL, and there you have it. For example, this site: http://blogs.baylor.edu/feed That’s all well and good, but if you want to drill down and only syndicate certain content from a site–not the…Continue Reading Setting up FeedWordPress to aggregate category, tag feeds