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Publishing A Blog HOPE

Publishing A Blog HOPE

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Instructions on how to create a blog using Blogger
Instructions on how to create a blog using Blogger

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Publishing a Blog

1. Ensure you have a Gmail account. These accounts are free and will give you access to lots of cool Google tools! From google.com, click on Gmail and sign-up for a new account

2. Once you have a Google/Gmail account, go to blogger.com and sign-in with your Google/Gmail account. Once you are signed-in, you will be ready to create your blog!

3. You should be directed to step 1. Your gmail address and name should appear. You will be prompted to choose a display name. This is the name that will appear to your peers when you leave comments on the class blog and their blogs! Don’t forget to accept the terms of service. 4. Now you will choose the name and web address (url) of your blog. Blog Title: Choose a creative name, but include HOPE and/or Monarch in the title. Remember to be appropriate! Blog address: This is how others will find your blog online. Pick something that is relevant to the function of the blog or use your Gmail username (easier to remember). You may have

Publishing a Blog
to try a few addresses if one you want is already taken. 5. Next, you will choose a template for your blog. These are designs for how your blog will look to your classmates and to the public. Not only can you preview the templates, you can also change them later if you do not like the way your blog looks!

6. Hopefully, you should be promted that your blog has been created! The next step is to start posting. Click the start posting arrow and you are ready to insert your first post. 7. What you should see is the Blogger symbol followed by your blog title. The posting tab should be active. There should be a title field There should also be an area to place your text. The title of every one of your posts should have the word Journal with a number. For example, Journal 1. The only exception will be your intro letter , which will be titled, “Intro Letter of . . .followed by your name (the only exception is in 422A, where Journal 1 will be the Intro letter). You can simply begin typing your entries whenever you are ready. You can also add pictures

Publishing a Blog
by choosing the picture icon and uploading a picture that you would like to add to your post. 8. (Blogger will automatically save your posts, but you can also choose to “publish post”, which means that it will be officially public domain!) 9. At this point, you can either create your first post, create a test post, or do not post at all. For future postings, you will go to blogger.com, sign-in, and then you should be taken to what Blogger calls your “dashboard”. It is here where you will see all of the blogs you have created. It is also from here where you can go back and edit or “manage” your past postings, or create a new post for your blog. 10. If you choose the New Post option, you will be taken to the interface that you saw in step 7. If you choose to manage your osts, you can edit them, view them, or even delete them!

Publishing a Blog
11. Once you have a post, you can view your blog. There are many places to choose to view the blog. You can also access your blog in a number of ways: by signing-in to Blogger or by using the url that you chose in step 4.

12. You will be using this blog for this tech project and also to share some of your work on the web! We will discuss the many uses of the blog in class!!

Always be Appropriate and Safe!!

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