One of our blogging teachers asked me a question about adding linoit to their blog. This is very similar to padlet (used to be called wallwisher) So I tried to create a linoit to add to this blog. Your students might like to add a sticky to the wall.
- Hover over the heading Blogging Info next to Miss W’s avatar.
- Choose a coloured sticky.
- Type your answer on the sticky and save.
- If you need to edit later, click the pencil icon (first icon on sticky)
- Spread the stickies out so they can all be read by clicking on the linoit canvas.
- Write the rest of your blog post in your dashboard.
- Go to linoit in a new tab and create a new canvas to add the main task you want students to answer.
- Top right corner, click the information icon.
- This opens your embedding choices – click on the last choice – embed
- Copy the code.
- Back to your blog post dashboard.
- Press enter to start on a new line then click on the HTML or text tab on top right
- Paste in the code you have copied.
- Save draft and preview in a new tab.
- If it looks great then publish.
- If the linoit board is too big for the blog theme, go back to your post dashboard and still in HTML tab, change the width to about 480 pixels.
- Save again and update the post.
NB In the free version there will be ads visible on the linoit.
How could you use a linoit in your classroom?