Today was a short day, so we had just enough time to head over to one of East Hollywood’s four, super-technologically advanced computer labs to set up our blogs. The most important instructions for how to do this are included on the handout available for download at the bottom of this page. If you weren’t here, get the download, follow the instructions, and be sure not to forget to email your blog address to my TA: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also email the TA should you have any questions about how to set up the blog, or how to make it look or work like you want it to.
I’ve also added a page to this blog (the link is at the top of the page) explaining a way you can see what all your blogmates are up to. I decided to use an RSS reader (Netvibes) just to make it easier for me to verify that students are posting their response papers, as per the assignment, but I think it might also be sort of “fun,” and possibly instructive, for you guys to spy on each other.
And I’m all about instructiveness.
“Instructiveness: It’s what I do.”
Download: How to make your class blog