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The word 'blog' is a contraction of 'web log'. Blogs are a form of online journal used by millions of people around the world for self-expression and communicating with family and friends. Blogs are usually organized as a chronological series of postings created by the author of the blog. Blogs usually are written by one person, although some blogs can be authored by groups of people.
 
The word 'blog' is a contraction of 'web log'. Blogs are a form of online journal used by millions of people around the world for self-expression and communicating with family and friends. Blogs are usually organized as a chronological series of postings created by the author of the blog. Blogs usually are written by one person, although some blogs can be authored by groups of people.
  
Blogs in Moodle are user based - each user has their own Blog. Admins, teachers, and students can create Tags - Admins can create site level tags, teachers can create Course level tags, and students can create their own list of tags.
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Blogs in Moodle are user based - each user has their own blog. Users can also register their external blogs, such as Blogger or WordPress, so that entries are automatically included in their Moodle blog.  
  
When a blog entry is created, a user can select which tags they wish to associate with their new entry. Multiple tags can be selected. Users can also select who they want the blog entry to be available to (depending on the blog visibility site setting).
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* [[Using Blogs]]
  
'''==Blog visibility==
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==See also==
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==Blogs outside of Moodle==
 
  
Many companies and organisations on the web provide blog sites and they are generally free. The largest company to do this is [http://www.blogger.com Blogger] which is owned by Google. All you need to do is sign up for a [http://mail.google.com free Gmail account].  [http://edublogs.org/ Edublogs] also provides students and teachers with an easy to use interface for blogging.  Edublogs does not require students to use email addresses to log in, which is nice because some school districts don't have email addresses for students- especially at the elementary level. 
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*[[Blogs FAQ]]
 
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* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7M3sZL6wts Blogs in Moodle 2.0 video]
There are also many Open Source web applications that can be downloaded and installed freely. The most common of these is [http://www.wordpress.org Wordpress].
 
 
 
JW: Update 8.27.08 for Moodlerooms assignment
 
 
 
==See also==
 
  
*[[Using Moodle book]] Chapter 11: Blogs
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*[[Development:Blogs]]
 
*[[Elgg]]
 
*Using Moodle [http://moodle.org/mod/forum/view.php?id=2471 Blogs forum]
 
*Using Moodle [http://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=44830 Blogs and comments] forum discussion
 
*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weblog Wikipedia on Blogs]
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 01:22, 14 September 2017

The word 'blog' is a contraction of 'web log'. Blogs are a form of online journal used by millions of people around the world for self-expression and communicating with family and friends. Blogs are usually organized as a chronological series of postings created by the author of the blog. Blogs usually are written by one person, although some blogs can be authored by groups of people.

Blogs in Moodle are user based - each user has their own blog. Users can also register their external blogs, such as Blogger or WordPress, so that entries are automatically included in their Moodle blog.

See also