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Moodle 2 for Teaching 4-9 Year Olds Beginner's Guide by Nicholas Freear

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Time for action – writing a blog post

These are the steps to follow to create your first blog post in Moodle:

  1. Log in to your Moodle system. In the Navigation side-block go to My profile, Blogs and follow the link to Add a new entry.
    Time for action – writing a blog post
  2. You will see a form with the Entry title and a rich-editor for the Blog entry body. I called my post Reflections on Moodle, and I started jotting down some thoughts about writing this book.
  3. There is a drop-down menu labeled Publish to. If your site is configured to allow world visibility there will be three options, Yourself (draft), Anyone on this site (the default) and Anyone in the world. Choose one of the latter two ...

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