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Blog and Website Options


Now at the end of the semester, you can think about what you want to do with your blog(s) and also your Google Site website (if you have one). So, please read through the information below and think about your options. If you have any questions about it, let me know! 


Your Blog


I hope you will feel a sense of accomplishment as you look at all your blog posts for the semester, and if you want to leave your blog online, that would be wonderful! It's an accomplishment to be proud of, and it is also really inspiring for next semester's students to be able to look at the blogs from last semester.


If you want to remove personal information, you could choose to delete any personal posts; for example, you might decide you want to delete the "Famous Last Words" post, etc. It's up to you! 


You can also remove identifying information from the sidebar and from the signature on the blog posts; there is more information about that here: Blogger Profiles.


Project sites


Whether or not you leave your class blog online, I really hope very much that you will leave your project site online. As you might remember from the beginning of the semester, one of the most important things that happens early on in the class is that new students visit the projects that students have created in the past, looking for ideas and inspiration. The archive of past projects is the single most important resource in these classes!


If you are not sure about whether to leave your project online or not, one option you might consider is to leave it online but to remove your name. When I share the projects with future students, I list only the titles of the projects; I don't use people's names.


So, I hope you will leave your project online, with or without your name. It is a fantastic collection of work, and every project makes a unique contribution. If you are willing to share your work with future students this way, I would really appreciate it!




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