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#202 Getting started with WordPress blogs [1/6]: Setting up an account

WordPress is a very easy (and free) to use blogging tool, in fact, our very own #1minuteCPD blog has been set up in WordPress, and we love it!

Blogging is a great way to build on your reflective practice, encourage reflective practice in your students, build a community and share resources or even as an eportfolio.

In this mini-series we will go through the main steps in getting you up and running with WordPress, starting with how to set up your account:

Featured Image: “I love wordpress” by Adriano Gasparri licenced under CC BY-SA 2.0

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4 thoughts on “#202 Getting started with WordPress blogs [1/6]: Setting up an account

  1. Great to see wordpress.com included here, it’s a great tool and we use it for personal learning networks, small online courses and conferences. Has anyone got any experience of using the self hosted version (.org) for education and ensuring that the users data is secure?

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