V Jornadas CETA, Five years on

Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Córdoba, 7-8 Mayo, 2004

Blogging? Tell me how to do that…!

ppt presentation

First, have a look at some examples...

Education in General


Hands on with a weblog!

1st) Register
2nd) Do we need our own server?
 Optional (Both free)
3rd) We begin to create
 From Blog
We share with other tools 
From Blog 
4th) we add some extras...
Comments and email it included
Comments and Permalink included 
Bloki this /XML included

Direct access (Google toolbar for ie)


Opps... mjordano-CETA
Help (at Xanga)
Click here for a pdf and test or here for a slide-show
Step by step tutorial (Web)


Other tools... you choose

Some comments...
The new Weblog tool by Terra-Lycos
A Blog tool in Spanish
"...is a lightweight yet feature-packed weblog application designed from the ground up with simplicity, usability, and interoperability in mind..." Mary's tutorial
A quite original tool to create Blogs. I am sure it will shock you!
Though in English (sorry for the Spanish speakers...) is could be great for our students!*
An open source platform to host weblogs.
"...is the original opensource weblogging and journal software. With fully-integrated comments, searching, file uploading and image handling, completely customisable output through dozens of templates and variables, multiple author support, and many other features..."**
"is online publishing's most flexible and creative software".**
One of the best tools, but you need to have some knowledge. ***
Very similar to webpage...
A tool for creating educative logs. Though it is very easy and friendly I had to change because there were many times where I couldn't see my blog. *
"... is a centralized journaling website. You can create a website with a journal and photogallery..."
Pay/30 day trial. You could also insert photo album.*

* We need a server / * HTML Knowledge / * Educational aims / * You need to install


Blogring The section of a weblog that lists the sites that the blogger reads on a regular basis. This is usually located on the side of a blogger's frontpage, or on a separate page linked off of the frontpage. From http://www.microcontentnews.com/resources/glossary/blogrolling.htm

Permalink permalink (perma-lingk) n. a permanent marker or reference point to a certain document on the world wide web. Most commonly used for weblogs, news sites and newspapers. A permalink is denoted through the use of a symbol (pound sign, arrow, dot), date of content creation, the word permalink or image. From http://www.irelan.net/becoming/archives/000633.html

Pingback "...is a method for web authors to request notification when somebody links to one of their documents. Typically, web publishing software will automatically inform the relevent parties on behalf of the user, allowing for the possibility of automatically creating links to referring documents." http://scottwater.com/blog/archive/2003/02/16/2488.aspx

RSS "... stands for Rich Site Summary or alternatively Real Simple Syndication...The end user could then easily retire the full article, if they were interested, without having to travel to the site of the publisher, to see what was available...." From http://www.irrodl.org/rss.html - The are free apllications, like: rssreader to read this kind of data-. See also XML

Trackback "...it is a method of person A saying to person B, "This is something you may be interested in." To do that, person A sends a TrackBack ping to person B..." From http://www.movabletype.org/trackback/beginners/


To know more...

Aaron Patric Campbell (2003) Weblogs for Use with ESL Classes

Barbara Dieu (2004) E-book on Blogs , Presented at ev2004

Blogdir.com (A Spanish Community of Bloggers to share doubts, suggestion, ways of doing...)

Biz Stone (2002) Blogging: Genius Strategies for Instant Web Content

Buthaina Al Othman (2004) Web-Blogs, Easy to Build and Publish!

Kristen Kennedy (2003), Writing With Web Logs

Todd Stauffer (2002) Blog On

Teresa Almeida d'Eça (2004) Building a Community of EFL Learners , 18th APPI Conference,

Rebecca Blood (1999), The Weblog Handbook