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.

Link to my digital citizenship Glog poster

6 comments:

  1. 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.

  2. 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.

    1. 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

    1. 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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