Monday, January 15, 2007

Notes on Blogging for Beginners Workshop Blog

On Blogging for Beginners (B4B), pab commented...

In commentary on Andy Carvin's PBS post, What Exactly is a Blog, Anyway; Tom Daccord asserts, "The biggest challenge for teachers is not lea[r]ning blogging technology; it is figuring out where blogging fits into their curriculum objectives." Tom follows that assertion with a number of suggestions that I hope to take to heart.

Though I'd quickly pasted a terribly long URL for Tom's comment directly into that B4B comment, and planned to reopen the comment in wysiwyg view in order to tidy up - afterwards, I discovered that it was possible neither to reformat the cross-link nor to delete the comment and replace it with a new more carefully formatted one (such as the passage in italics, above).

I guess that in order for authors to be able to edit their own comments, blog owners must need to grant suitable permissions - if that is possible. If it isn't, then it may be necessary to learn HTML code to include in comments on the first go....

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