I can't seem to get any information on it either. My husband said he thinks you just put a # and then whatever the tag is at the end of your message, so that's what I have been doing. But I'm still not completely sure that's right either! For this week's challenges, I put the Edmodo app on my iPad and set up my class in it. I think it will work as synchronous and asynchronous. If you decide to do that one let me know. Stephanie Robinson and I were gonna try to link up on that one.
Glad to meet you. Wishing you good luck in the course.
From what I understand, we take screen shots or copy the URL into the drop box for the challenges. Each challenge has a drop box. I am putting mine into a word document then attaching it to the drop box.
Hope this helps.
Hey do you know how to add the tags like it is asking?
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