Digital Citizenship Poster – Created Using Glogster

This is a simple example of a digital citizenship poster that my students create to demonstrate competency on ISTE NETS for Teachers Standard 4.  Students work through a short WebQuest where they review digital citizenship elements and then create a Glogster poster that they can share with students or parents.  Glogster has a feature to share the poster directly with WordPress which is great because all of my students have WordPress bPortfolios. However, my blog posts are also syndicated to http://www.nwacco.org/ and it turns out that Glogster does not allow “hotlinking.”  The simple poster I created can be found at http://dwicksspu.edu.glogster.com/digital-citizenship/ if it does not appear below. Also, Glogster uses Flash technology so I created a PDF version of the poster for those viewing this on an iPhone or iPad.

  1. March 8, 2012 at 5:25 pm

    This is a simple example of a digital poster created in Glogster (http://edu.glogster.com) and exported to WordPress.com. I liked that I was able to enter my WordPress credentials in Glogster and have it create a WordPress post. I would have preferred that the post come over as a draft so that I could have edited it before my auto-tweet functioned posted a confusing message on Twitter. Oh well, it is all good now.

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  2. March 9, 2012 at 12:09 pm

    Saw this on nwacco – but it does not show up. “No hot-linking please” does instead. So Glogster must not like folks embedding content…..

    http://www.nwacco.org/

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    • March 9, 2012 at 4:08 pm

      Hi David,

      Thanks for letting me know. I’ve added some text to the post now to explain the issue for those who are seeing the “No hot-linking” message. Also, I added a PDF version of the poster for those viewing on an iOS device.

      David

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