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At 6:43pm on February 17, 2013, Nicole Hackett said…
Hope you are feeling better this week! How's it coming with challenges 6 and 7? I thought 6 was especially difficult!
At 12:55pm on February 9, 2013, Nicole Hackett said…
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.
At 10:38pm on February 3, 2013, Nicole Hackett said…
I was wondering about those tags as well! Do we just put those at the end of what we type, or do you have to do something special for them? This is all so new and confusing to me!
At 8:29pm on February 1, 2013, George Wilson said…

Hi Amy,

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?

Thanks,

George

 
 
 

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