A New Blog: Teaching in Lingít Aaní
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my new blog
Most of my fellow students created an e-portfolio using Google Sites, but my own experience with that service has led me to feel that it's highly limited, and somewhat frustrating to work with. I far preferred its predecessor, Google Pages, which I used to create projects like this one. (It doesn't look as good as it did originally, since it was switched over.) Instead of using Sites, I opted for another Google-owned service that I'm much more familiar with: Blogger.
My new blog is entitled Teaching in Lingít Aaní, and my posts there will cover my thoughts about education, summer classes here in Juneau, upcoming technology class assignments, and my upcoming year of student teaching, which I'm very much looking forward to. My first post on the blog covers its creation (as I'm doing again here), while the second post reflects on my lovely recent visit to the Alaska State Museum.
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Note that I haven't applied "dynamic views" to Peter's Publisher, and I don't think I ever will. Making that switch would likely screw up the formatting for the majority of my 488 posts published here, and the dynamic views layout is still very limited in its ability to host ads and third party gadgets in the sidebar. In any case, I'm satisfied with the tried and true reliability and customizability Blogger provides, and I promise I'll keep on blogging.