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Volunteers?

Discussion in 'Computing and ICT' started by roamingteacher, Aug 7, 2011.

  1. roamingteacher

    roamingteacher Occasional commenter

    Could I please have a couple of kind volunteers to 'test drive' my
    new blog? It's a platform for sharing ways of integrating technology so
    that it enhances the learning process. I will also be adding resources
    I've used myself - I am currently editing to make sure they are all
    kosher in terms of copyright.
    If interested in having a browse, send me a PM. I'd really appreciate the feedback before going 'live'.


    Cheers
    PS I'm posting in ICT (for savvy feedback), English (my main subject) and Teaching Overseas (my situation) as it's relevant to all.

     
  2. roamingteacher

    roamingteacher Occasional commenter

    Could I please have a couple of kind volunteers to 'test drive' my
    new blog? It's a platform for sharing ways of integrating technology so
    that it enhances the learning process. I will also be adding resources
    I've used myself - I am currently editing to make sure they are all
    kosher in terms of copyright.
    If interested in having a browse, send me a PM. I'd really appreciate the feedback before going 'live'.


    Cheers
    PS I'm posting in ICT (for savvy feedback), English (my main subject) and Teaching Overseas (my situation) as it's relevant to all.

     
  3. "Test-drive" - did you write the software yourself?
     
  4. DEmsley

    DEmsley New commenter

    Needs a link to the blog if people are going to comment on it.
    Why not put the resources into the TES Resource Bank?
     
  5. roamingteacher

    roamingteacher Occasional commenter



    I'd really appreciate the feedback before going 'live'.
     
  6. Hi. It seems fine AFAICS, no rendering issues.
    I think the ideas are fine enough, but getting it to the critical mass where it becomes a 'go-to' site will be difficult. Best of luck, however.

     
  7. roamingteacher

    roamingteacher Occasional commenter

    Thanks for your comments and from others who have taken the time to provide feedback. You're right - increasing the audience base is a challenge, but it's one that I'm up for. Making sure there are no technical glitches is one big step toward that, so I appreciate the feedback on rendering.
    Although I haven't yet advertised the site, there's been a surprising amount of traffic already - I guess it must be from people browsing the Blogger index as it is listed there. I'll wait to hear back from those who've offered to review it - there's a good variety of technophobes and site-masters in there so hopefully I'll get some constructive criticism I can build on.
    Thanks again for taking the time :)
     

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