Monday, October 13, 2008


Here's my first glog. I'm hoping to embed it on the school's library web page.

Working with Glogster was fun and fairly easy. I kept losing my work at first as it doesn't seem to save changes automatically. I think you have to hit the save/publish button and then go back in to edit. It was a snap to import graphics, sounds and video.

I think students would love to use Glogster as a book report variation. I can see them finding links to author sites, interviews, choosing suitable graphics and music to reflect the mood and adding a personal reflection. There is a Glogster version for education.

They could create a glog to represent an historical event or time period or to explain concepts in math and science.

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