If you’re uploading documents, inserting their titles in posts, and wondering why the titles aren’t “clickable” to read the document – this short video will show you what to do.
The Edubuzz Limesurvey system is currently being used for a colourful survey of meal preferences amongst some East Lothian primary schools.
Most of the surveys done to date have just used the default appearance, and text questions, but this example by Elaine Mitchell of Facilities Management Services shows how a survey can be made much more attractive with the addition of some colourful graphics.
Could you be accidentally publishing images, documents and other files to the web?
You could be if you forget that all uploaded files are on the web, not just those you’ve chosen to use in your posts. And those files can be surprisingly easy to find.
Here’s an example to explain.
Yesterday, a commercial publisher asked for permission to reuse an excellent photo, taken about 3 years ago, which they’d found on an Edubuzz blog. There’s nothing unusual about that: there are now over 8000 images on the site. What was unusual, though, was that the school involved didn’t think they’d used the photo on the blog.
So what was happening? Read on to find out. Continue reading “Are you blogging more than you think?”