How do you do....it? Thread, Student Blogs. For about 400 kids. New KS3 English Syllabus in Technical; The new syllabus (which I think is OCR, but may be AQA) requires an element of "blogging", which can be ...
25th May 2011, 02:02 PM #1
Student Blogs. For about 400 kids. New KS3 English Syllabus
The new syllabus (which I think is OCR, but may be AQA) requires an element of "blogging", which can be electronic or (in the event of the Amish / luddites) a personal journal.
Let's set aside the child safety implications for the moment, we'll come to those.
I have two possible ways of doing this:
1) Using Moodle 2.0's blogging feature. It's AD-integrated, content-moderated and it's backed up. Downside is that (by default) your average 11 year old girl who's crazy about ponies can't easily splatter a pony theme across her moodle blog, so it's not as enticing to the kid.
2) Using a Wordpress's multi-site option, hosted locally. Ponies galore, but it drives traffic away from the VLE. Options for moderation unclear atm, LDAP integration of unknown reliability.
How do you do yours?
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25th May 2011, 08:35 PM #2
We use a Wordpress mu setup for our media and technology studies.
We currently don't have any AD or LDAP integration but will be looking into this - if we can get it to work - we will make blogs available to all students.
Does anybody know any good AD / LDAP modules that will automatically create wordpress mu accounts as well as use password credentials direct from our AD? - Is their such a thing?
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