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  • EdBlogs
    course content and create an online community using a blogging format Blogs use familiar word processor style editing tools for adding and editing text and images so it s easy to create update and revise posts Take a look at the EdBlogs support page to learn more tips and techniques for managing an EdBlog EdBlogs are set up with a simple template that accommodates most course needs including blogging journal writing or even a simple course web site Instructors will also be able to choose an alternate template to suit specific course requirements You may see examples of how Columbia faculty have used EdBlogs to enhance teaching and learning by visiting the faculty examples page How do instructors sign up for a course blog To request a blog please use the Get an EdBlog form Once activated the course blog will automatically include registered students when they access EdBlogs Columbia using their University Network ID UNI Can EdBlogs be set up for purposes other than course blogs No but there are other options Blogs for administrative research or individual use can be established on CUIT Blogs TC s Pressible or other third party systems such as WordPress com Blogger com

    Original URL path: http://edblogs.columbia.edu/ (2014-09-13)
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  • EdBlogs Support | EdBlogs
    to use EdBlogs as your main course management system Below is a list of features that have been tested and documented for the EdBlogs WordPress system Getting Started EdBlogs Quick Start Guide for Instructors Start here if you are new to EdBlogs and you are looking to get a handle on setting up your course EdBlog for general course functionality Frequently Asked Questions F A Q You may also find

    Original URL path: http://edblogs.columbia.edu/edblogs-support/ (2014-09-13)
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  • EdBlogs News | EdBlogs
    new EdBlogs is in the works Edblogs will be read only for system maintenance from Friday August 22 at 3pm Monday August 25 at 12pm Course activities that require more than read only access should be planned to occur outside of this time frame Thank You Read more EdBlogs News EdBlogs Getting Started Workshop Jan 23 at 12pm in Butler 204 by Paul Stengel on January 21 2014 Register here Keep the conversation going outside the classroom with EdBlogs Columbia s course blogging platform EdBlogs make it easy to share course content and create an online community for students and instructors During this workshop Columbia faculty will learn how blogs can be used to meet pedagogical objectives A CCNMTL Educational Technologist will demonstrate the basic administrative functions within EdBlogs Read more EdBlogs News EdBlogs Getting Started Workshops Offered Sept 4 and 10 Register Today by Paul Stengel on August 29 2013 To kick off the semester CCNMTL will offer two EdBlogs Getting started workshops to the Columbia community To read the workshop description and to register please click here Read more EdBlogs News Edblogs Updated to WordPress 3 5 2 by Paul Stengel on August 29 2013 Over the summer

    Original URL path: http://edblogs.columbia.edu/blog/category/update/ (2014-09-13)
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  • Faculty EdBlogs Examples | EdBlogs
    alternate between being posters e g posting their short papers and being commenters When students post they keep their thoughts in order via categories and tags But most importantly the blog is teaching students to write for a public audience The site has approximately 150 subscribers in the public sphere who come from organizations that are affiliated with course When writing for this audience professor Nelson notes that students are gaining a valuable skill the blog is pedagogically helpful for graduate students because it forces them to learn to convey and distill complex ideas and arguments into 750 words or less This skill is useful for them when they are doing both written and oral qualifying exams Visit the site here http edblogs columbia edu socig6600 001 2010 3 See Dan Beeby describe this blog at CCNMTL s NME 2010 52 04 55 15 back to top Fostering a Sense of Ownership Among Students Maja Cerar teaches Music Humanities and uses Edblogs as her course Web site She notes that Courseworks Discussion Board was cumbersome to navigate and track and that EdBlogs gives students a greater sense of ownership of the course to very positive effects In Professor Cerar s class the students can choose within some limits the weeks in which they want to post This flexible schedule of writing assignments allows students to focus on subjects that interest them most Students are required to post more than 24 hours prior to the class session and all students are required to read all posts These two elements choice of posts and required reading will lead to a greater connection with the materials since students choose topics that catch their interest and they will have greater familiarity with their peers thoughts via the reading requirement This quote from Maja sums up her course experience in EdBlogs nicely Students seemed to have an increased need to communicate how they found their own ways of wrapping their minds around the somewhat less immediately approachable repertoire by finding analogies in other arts disciplines What more can an instructor wish for than students actively pursuing their individual anchoring of certain knowledge They ve invested an explorer s energy into it It was satisfying to see that certain conversations lingered on the blog beyond assignments and tests Excerpt from CCNMTL s 2010 NME describing this course blog watch 21 09 27 45 back to top Establishing Continuity Across Class Sessions Professor Juan Jimenez Latin American Iberian Culture and Professor Maria Lozano Spanish Latin American Cultures Barnard College use EdBlogs to facilitate a course forum of over 50 student participants from multiple sections of Elementary Spanish The blog allows students to comment on topics created by Professor Jimenez or Professor Lozano as well as reply to peers in the target language On a monthly basis Professors Jimenez or Lozano post a discussion topic for students to comment on in Spanish These discussions continue over many months and in some cases posts garner as many as 120

    Original URL path: http://edblogs.columbia.edu/facultyedblogs-examples/ (2014-09-13)
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  • EdBlogs Workshop: Monday Sept 15th. Free registration for faculty is now open. | EdBlogs
    News EdBlogs Workshop Monday Sept 15th Free registration for faculty is now open by Paul Stengel on September 8 2014 There will be a free EdBlogs Getting Started workshop for faculty on Monday September 15th from 12 to 1 15pm in Butler 204 If interested please register here Post navigation Planned System Maintenance 8 22 2014 3pm to 8 25 2014 12pm Copyright 2014 EdBlogs All Rights Reserved Designed by

    Original URL path: http://edblogs.columbia.edu/blog/2014/09/08/edblogs-workshop-for-faculty-monday-sept-15th-register-now/ (2014-09-13)
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  • Paul Stengel | EdBlogs
    8 22 2014 3pm to 8 25 2014 12pm by Paul Stengel on August 19 2014 A new EdBlogs is in the works Edblogs will be read only for system maintenance from Friday August 22 at 3pm Monday August 25 at 12pm Course activities that require more than read only access should be planned to occur outside of this time frame Thank You Read more EdBlogs News EdBlogs Getting Started Workshop Jan 23 at 12pm in Butler 204 by Paul Stengel on January 21 2014 Register here Keep the conversation going outside the classroom with EdBlogs Columbia s course blogging platform EdBlogs make it easy to share course content and create an online community for students and instructors During this workshop Columbia faculty will learn how blogs can be used to meet pedagogical objectives A CCNMTL Educational Technologist will demonstrate the basic administrative functions within EdBlogs Read more Uncategorized Planned Upgrade on Friday 9 27 2013 at 11AM by Paul Stengel on September 25 2013 On Friday 9 27 2013 EdBlogs will upgrade to WordPress 3 6 1 You may learn more about the features this upgrade will bring on the WordPress website You may also learn more by watching

    Original URL path: http://edblogs.columbia.edu/blog/author/pjs2153/ (2014-09-13)
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  • Planned System Maintenance 8/22/2014 3pm to 8/25/2014 12pm | EdBlogs
    Stengel on August 19 2014 A new EdBlogs is in the works Edblogs will be read only for system maintenance from Friday August 22 at 3pm Monday August 25 at 12pm Course activities that require more than read only access should be planned to occur outside of this time frame Thank You Post navigation EdBlogs Getting Started Workshop Jan 23 at 12pm in Butler 204 EdBlogs Workshop Monday Sept 15th

    Original URL path: http://edblogs.columbia.edu/blog/2014/08/19/planned-system-maintenance-8222014-3pm-and-8252014-12pm/ (2014-09-13)
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  • EdBlogs Getting Started Workshop Jan 23 at 12pm in Butler 204 | EdBlogs
    course content and create an online community for students and instructors During this workshop Columbia faculty will learn how blogs can be used to meet pedagogical objectives A CCNMTL Educational Technologist will demonstrate the basic administrative functions within EdBlogs and will show how blog themes can be customized to meet specific course requirements EdBlogs Getting Started January 23 2014 from 12 00 pm to 1 15 pm EST Columbia University

    Original URL path: http://edblogs.columbia.edu/blog/2014/01/21/edblogs-getting-started-workshop-jan-23-at-12pm-in-butler-204/ (2014-09-13)
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