RE: [evonline2002_webheads] Re: Tumblr
- It looks good for my students, Carla, as I imagine they wouldn't need more
than 2 hours, although some might (3 minutes per post only gets you 40 posts
and some of my students have already posted more than that)
It embeds beautifully (in Edmodo) and there's an app for iPhones and
Androids and it has a mobile friendly web page.
I shall definitely be looking at it.
By the way it embedded well in posterous, too!
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Carla arena
Sent: 18 February 2013 22:17
Subject: Re: [evonline2002_webheads] Re: Tumblr
Have you tried http://soundcloud.com , Chris? What I like about it is that
it is a cross-platform tool, and it also has a mobile app.
On Mon, Feb 18, 2013 at 1:55 PM, Chris Fry <chrisfry@...> wrote:
> Hi Carla,
> You are quite right that 'reblogging' allows you to add
> comments/feedback, but you can only reblog to your own Tumblr blogs. I
> made another little test on Edmodo and via email
> I said this:
> "It would be possible to give feedback here in the same way I do it in
> Edmodo. My idea is to get the students to create a secondary page
> called Archive to send all their artefacts to, which could be private,
> and use reblogging to add the best posts to their primary Tumblr
> blog, which can only be public.
> Their public primary blog would be a display eportfolio and if I
> follow them I can reblog two posts a fortnight and add my comments
> there. This could then be embedded in Edmodo or sent to them by
> I mustn't decide prematurely as I have still to look at some other
> audio only options, but Tumblr is ahead right now as it would allow
> written artefacts, too, which most of the other options would not.
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> Subject: Re: [evonline2002_webheads] Re: Posterous
> That´s a good one, Bee. It is on, here at
> http://www.webheadsinaction.org/, a space which is kindly donated by
> Jeff Lebow, isn´t it, Vance?
> In the past, I used to hold many of my audio files in the
> webcastacademy area, and it is still there. Always reliable with Jeff
> running it, but I don´t know what would happen if all webheads decided
> to migrate!!! However, I feel that this would be an option for Vance,
> as most of his stuff is in one way or the other connected to the Webheads
> Chris, after checking your post in Edmodo, I am also considering
> Tumblr as an option. It is pretty straightforward. My question is of a
> newbie, though, does it have a comment system or it is just about
> reblogging with a comment?
> I´ve never had the time to investigate it...
> Does anybody know?
> On Mon, Feb 18, 2013 at 10:05 AM, Barbara Dieu beeonline@...> wrote:
> > **
> > What about the Webheads Drupal site? Is it still on air? Who was
> > hosting it?
> > B.
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> > Barbara Dieu
> > http://barbaradieu.com
> > http://beespace.net
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- This might be useful. I noticed that Larry Ferlazzo posted this morning about how to migrate from Posterous to Edublogs:
I hope I am not repeating something already obvious to those of you who have already written in this thread.