I recently renamed and relocated my blog from Blogger to Wordpress. My new blog is named Think Time. It is a work in progress.

Another project I am working on is an ePortfolio. Please visit it! I welcome all comments and questions.

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Comment by Donna Hebert on August 1, 2007 at 11:29am
I am a big fan of Blogger. What specific advantages for educators do you find that Edugblogs provides?
Comment by Jennifer Koch Lubke on August 1, 2007 at 12:08pm
Blogger is good. Overall, I am satisfied with its features, and I have had a lot of fun experimenting and playing with it since starting my blog in February of this year.

Yet, the more time I spend browsing the blogosphere, the more I am noticing neat widgets or sidebar items on blogs created in WordPress or Edublogs. For one, I would like to import a daily journal of my del.icio.us links into my blog, and as much as I try, I can't get the feature to work at Blogger. I've researched the problem and visited the Blogger help pages but to no avail.

Most importantly, Edublogs caters to teachers and students. The resources and tag cloud on the Edublogs home page are helpful and relevant to me.

But I really can't speak about specific advantages until I actually try Edublogs. I'll post something on Classroom 2.0 if/when I move my blog. Stay in touch!
Comment by Donna Hebert on August 1, 2007 at 1:40pm
I have some widgets on my sidebar at Ms. Whatsit, and I've seen other blogs with more, including the del.icio.us links I think you're talking about.

Here how I've inserted codes once I've copied them:
1. Go to Settings
2. Go to Template
3. Click "Add a Page Element"
4. Click the "HTML/JavaScript"
5. Paste the code here. (You don't have to include a title despite what it says)
6. Click Save

View blog and re-load page.

Oh, and to rearrange the page elements, just click, drag, save, view, re-load.

Let me know if this works.

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