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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

How to geotag your posts via WordPress for iOS

My previous post about the WordPress for iOS app explains how you can start posting to your WordPress blog from remote locations using your iPhone or iPad. We’ve since installed Geolocation Plugin for WordPress, which will allow you to add geolocation information to your posts in the form of Google Maps from the iOS app….Continue Reading How to geotag your posts via WordPress for iOS

Mobile posting on iOS devices – a common hurdle

So you have an iPhone or iPad and the free WordPress for iOS app. Ready to start posting from your mobile device, right? Sounds easy enough, but forays into mobile posting via iOS often begin with this error: A seasoned WordPress vet will know exactly what this error means, but for you newbies: There’s an…Continue Reading Mobile posting on iOS devices – a common hurdle

How to make a post “sticky”

Sometimes you may need a post to stay glued to the front page of your site. For example, you may decide that you need to give your students a reading prompt for their next blog assignment and need the prompt to be readily available for the students up until the deadline. You can accomplish this…Continue Reading How to make a post “sticky”