Create and Edit Blog Entries in the Original Course View

Create and Edit Blog Entries in the Original Course View


Blogs are an effective way for you to express
your ideas and share knowledge and materials created and collected in the course. Let’s take a look. You can access three types of blogs: course,
group, and individual. In a course blog, all enrolled users can create
entries and add comments to entries. If your instructor enables the blog tool for
a group, all group members can create blog entries and make comments. Any course member can read and comment on
a group blog, but can’t create an entry if the user isn’t a member of the group. As the owner of an individual blog, you can
create entries and your instructor and classmates can add comments. To create an entry, select the name of the
blog you want to access and then select Create Blog Entry. On the Create Blog Entry page, type a brief
name for your entry, and add your content in the editor. Using the functions in the content editor,
you can include any combination of text, images, links, multimedia, and mashups, and determine
where they appear within your text. You can also add one or more attachments to
your blog entry in the Blog Entry Files section. When you post the entry, these files appear
at the bottom of your entry. You have the option of saving an unfinished
blog entry as a draft. Drafts are not published; you can return later
and complete your entry before sharing it with others. When you are ready to publish your entry,
select Post Entry. To edit an entry you published, select Edit
from the menu next to the title. And finally, to edit your drafts, select View
Drafts, and then select the title of the draft you want to edit.

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