The Teacher’s Guide To Using Posterous Spaces

It’s important to be aware of the latest education technology out there. So let’s say you want to have your students have a personalized blog that reflects their likes, dislikes and style. Where do you turn? There’s Facebook (too regimented and big), Tumblr (a good option but can be pricey for premium themes), WordPress.com (also good but can be a bit complicated for non-tech-savvy users) and many others. But there’s one relatively new service that you should know about.

It’s called Posterous Spaces. It’s simple to use and provides an elegant way to present information in a blog-like way with minimal effort.

 

How It Works (According to Posterous):