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Clustrmaps Even Easier

Just a heads up for otherclustrmap.jpg Edublogs users–be sure to check out the new Clustrmaps widget. No more copying/pasting code. Now you just enter a couple of lines of information, such as your site’s URL, agree to the terms, and your Clustrmap is set. Clustrmaps are a great, visual way to demonstrate the global impact possible with blogs. To find the widget, login, click on the Presentation tab, then select Widgets.

Simple Cultural Exchange

A co-worker, Dwight Goodwin, has set up a blog for students from around the country to post comments sharing information about their cultures. Ideas for items to share might include interests, details about the schools students attend, climate, the economy, future plans, etc. If interested, stop by Every Country in the World and chime in.

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