Glogs oh Glogs!!!
What can we say? As much as we enjoy working with technology, we also understand that it doesn't always perform they way we would like it to. Case in point: Grade 8 Book Report Glogs and the Grade 7 History Notes Glog.
Some of your classmates have submitted their glogs to be approved as a blog, and I have found that it does load up a little quicker.
Therefore, please make sure that you upload your glog to your blog using the embedding code that is provided at the bottom of your glog page. The html code looks something like this:
iframe src= "http:rameborder="0" scrolling="yes" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0" style="overflow: hidden;">
Once again folks, thanks for your patience as we go further with this beta technology. Let's see if we can make it work for us.
On a different note, please make sure that you keep up with the assigned work not only for our classes, but all of your rotary classes as well. It is a very important time as all of you have transitioned successfully into your respective grades; and just as you have become comfortable, it's time to get ready for next year!
Don't forget to keep up with your blogs. This week's blogs are freebies, which gives you an excellent opportunity to catch up.
Hey Mr. D what is a "glog"? I thought your icon was a link - can you give me the glog URL you use?
Thanks - P.S. I am showing my students how to comment as I do this so thanks for your help
Comment Posted on February 13, 2009 at 07:56 AM by
how do you get tyhose moving pictures???
Comment Posted on January 27, 2009 at 03:12 PM by