Edublogs.org has defined its free blogging services as being for “education professionals,” and setup Learnerblogs.org for free K-12 student blogs and Uniblogs.org for free university student blogs.

The great thing about all these free blogging services is that they use WordPress. For my winter term classes, I am probably going to have one use Blogger (as I did this summer for the same class) and the other use Uniblogs.

It will be interesting to see what the different experiences of students are. I’ll report back here on this in about 14 weeks, in late February!

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