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Personal, Shared, Team, and Public Blogs

Blogs or weblogs are a type of website for regular entries and commentary, usually maintained by an individual or a private team. Blogs provide a great way to share updates and materials. The My eCoach blogs:
  • have the text editor so you are able to add links, resources, pictures, videos, podcasts, etc.
  • provide options for team blogs where you can safely post proprietary materials and have confidential conversations.
  • can be set up as a personal (private), public and team blog.
  • can have optional commenting and email notification.
  • offer RSS feeds to keep up with any updates.
  • allow you to favorite and follow other member’s blogs.
  • let you keep blogs private or public for anyone to view or comment on your blog.
The author of the public blog below added text, images, uploaded podcasts, embedded code, published it, regularly changed the template, and made it so viewers can easily add their own comments. To explore this blog, click here.


"With all the technology tools being developed, I love eCoach for the ability to use multiple tools within one environment. My eCoach has become my one-stop online community to: develop my individual lesson plans, work with colleagues on educational projects and tasks, create web pages for my students and parents linked to my district/school webpage, to create blogs both personal and for my students, and so much more. I continue to be inspired every time a new improvement is added to eCoach assuring me that this professional community is continually growing and changing based on our needs and interests. "


pictureRoxanne Clement
Media Center Specialist
Bay Farm School - Alameda, Ca








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