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Welcome to the EdBlogs service designed to provide a blog for every Columbia course.
EdBlogs provides a blog for any course offered at Columbia University upon the course instructor’s request. EdBlogs make it easy to share course content and create an online community using a blogging format.
Blogs use familiar, word-processor-style editing tools for adding and editing text and images, so it’s easy to create, update and revise posts. Take a look at the EdBlogs support page to learn more tips and techniques for managing an EdBlog.
EdBlogs are set up with a simple template that accommodates most course needs, including blogging, journal writing, or even a simple course web site. Instructors will also be able to choose an alternate template to suit specific course requirements. You may see examples of how Columbia faculty have used EdBlogs to enhance teaching and learning by visiting the faculty examples page.
How do instructors sign up for a course blog?
To request a blog, please use the Get an EdBlog form. Once activated, the course blog will automatically include registered students when they access EdBlogs@Columbia using their University Network ID (UNI).
Can EdBlogs be set up for purposes other than course blogs?
No, but there are other options. Blogs for administrative, research, or individual use can be established on CUIT Blogs, TC’s Pressible, or other third-party systems such as WordPress.com Blogger.com or TypePad.
What is a blog, anyway?
The word “blog” is an abbreviation of “weblog”. A blog is a web publication which consists of a series of message posts (possibly with comments by visitors). Blogs archive each post chronologically, with the most recent posts showing up at the top of the main page.
See the video below for details
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (212) 854-9058 to set up a consultation or report problems.
EdBlogs is a service of the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning (CCNMTL)