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(New page: Blog for classes, subgroups in classes and other communities. Here, students and administrators can blog in academic contexts. Images can be included in the blog and the blog also has RSS,...)
 
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Blog for classes, subgroups in classes and other communities. Here, students and administrators can blog in academic contexts. Images can be included in the blog and the blog also has RSS, making it possible to subscribe to it from other pages.
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Blog is a tool that can be made available in Classes and Communities so that students and lecturers can blog in an academic context.
  
In order to use Blog for a class or subgroup, it must first be added in the same way as for other applets.
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The Blog in My space is not a personal Blog, but a group Blog.
  
Entries in the Blog are administered from the Admin interface by clicking the Admin tab and then “Administer Blog”.
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In order to use Blog in a Class or Community, an administrator must first add it to the Class/Community.
  
New entries are created by clicking “Add entry” in the Blog field/portlet.
 
In the form that appears, you enter the title and contents of the entry.
 
If you are going to use images in the entry, the images must already be available on the internet, and you simply refer to the URL address (e.g. topp_03.gif) in the dialogue box which appears when you click the image icon.
 
When you have finished writing the entry, you can publish it immediately or leave it as a draft.
 
If you want to publish the entry, select “Publish” from the box at the bottom. The entry will not be readable by anyone other than the administrator until it has been changed to “published”.
 
  
Others can comment on entries by clicking “Add comment” when in the actual entry. Comments will be displayed underneath the entry.
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'''How to make a blog entry:'''
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*New entries are created by clicking “Add entry” in the Blog portlet.
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*In the form that appears, you enter the title and contents of the entry.
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*If you are going to use images in the entry, the images must already be available on the internet, and you simply refer to the URL address (e.g. topp_03.gif) in the dialogue box which appears when you click the image icon.
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*When you have finished writing the entry, you can publish it immediately or leave it as a draft.
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*If you want to publish the entry, select “Publish” from the box at the bottom.
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*The entry will not be readable by anyone other than the administrator until it has been changed to “published”.
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*You can edit a blog entry after it has been published.
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*You can also turn a posted entry into a draft again.
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'''How to comment a blog entry:'''
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*Others can comment on entries by clicking “Add comment” when in the actual entry.  
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*Comments will be displayed underneath the entry.
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*NOTE: A comment can not be edited or removed after it has been published.
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====[[My Space - Students|Documentation overview]]====
 
====[[My Space - Students|Documentation overview]]====

Versjonen frå 9. januar 2008 kl. 17:05

Blog is a tool that can be made available in Classes and Communities so that students and lecturers can blog in an academic context.

The Blog in My space is not a personal Blog, but a group Blog.

In order to use Blog in a Class or Community, an administrator must first add it to the Class/Community.


How to make a blog entry:

  • New entries are created by clicking “Add entry” in the Blog portlet.
  • In the form that appears, you enter the title and contents of the entry.
  • If you are going to use images in the entry, the images must already be available on the internet, and you simply refer to the URL address (e.g. topp_03.gif) in the dialogue box which appears when you click the image icon.
  • When you have finished writing the entry, you can publish it immediately or leave it as a draft.
  • If you want to publish the entry, select “Publish” from the box at the bottom.
  • The entry will not be readable by anyone other than the administrator until it has been changed to “published”.
  • You can edit a blog entry after it has been published.
  • You can also turn a posted entry into a draft again.


How to comment a blog entry:

  • Others can comment on entries by clicking “Add comment” when in the actual entry.
  • Comments will be displayed underneath the entry.
  • NOTE: A comment can not be edited or removed after it has been published.


Documentation overview