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5 ways to embed media in your blog, online course, or website

This week I spent some time helping a special education faculty member prepare options for embedding video, images, and other media into web-based instruction, blogs, and publications. Below is a list of options I prepared for him. Why would you … Read

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Best tools for starting your own blog

Regular readers of our blog know that we’re bullish on everyone getting into the blogging habit. If you’re still not sure about how to get started, check out this short video clip from former Lifehacker editor Gina Trapani. She’s got … Read

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Bloggers: Get free tech e-books from O’Reilly

If you do a lot of reading about technology, you’re no doubt familiar with O’Reilly Media, the longtime publisher of tech books with drawings of animals on the cover. While classic titles like Unix Powertools and Learning Perl have been … Read

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From last week: Twitter, Depot webcast recordings, blog survey results, bandwidth, and online collaboration tools

It’s Monday again–hope you had a good weekend. Here’s what you may have missed on our blog last week: On Tuesday I continued my series on budget and time-conscious social networking with a piece on how we use Twitter at … Read

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How we manage a social media presence on a shoestring, part 2: Keeping the audience connected

Last week, I began a series of posts about making your social media presence manageable, with a series of tips to help you make blogging a more manageable process. Now that we’ve written content, though, and are trying to build … Read

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From last week: Social media management, Google’s new Buzz, better project management, and the Siri virtual assistant

Last week was another busy one–here’s what you may have missed: On Tuesday I kicked off a new series on using social media to deliver content by giving you a behind-the-scenes look at how our blog works. If you’re on … Read

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How we manage a social media presence on a shoestring, part 1: Our blog

For some time now, I’ve been meaning to provide some behind-the-scenes insight into how we maintain Stratepedia’s presence on the social media landscape. As you may know, we have this blog, a Twitter account, a Facebook page, and other accounts … Read

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From last week: The Stratepedia workshop, a new site for CRL, PDFs on Windows, apps, and tech blogs

Happy Monday! Here’s what you might have missed last week: On Monday, we shared early details about the Stratepedia pre-conference workshop at the 2010 SIM International Conference. Hope you can join us! We also posted Amber’s latest Stratepedia desktop wallpaper, … Read

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5 blogs people interested in education technology should follow

One of our core beliefs here is that those with a vested interest in how technology will affect education (for the better or for the worse) is to look not at the education/instructional technology or corporate/enterprise technology sectors, but rather … Read

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5 ways to start a blog today

Did Amber’s post about blogging a few weeks ago inspire you to start your own blog? If you started one, great! If not, here are five places that make it incredibly easy to take the plunge. 1. Posterous Posterous is, … Read

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