Blogger.com Vs. Edublogs.org
Blogger.com has been banned from my school district. I first asked for help here. I still have not been able to solve my problem. So, if you can help, please do. I am not going to win the blogger.com argument with my tech people because of that whole log in page access to "questionable" sites.
The problem is edublogs.org, the site allowed by the district. I am not technicologically smart. And I can't figure out how to add users. For example:
User A creates a blog. "A" is the teacher. "A" wants to add multiple users who can author posts for his central class blog. So, User A has a student sign up with edublogs.org.
The student creates an account, which also creates a new individual blog, under the User B name and password.
User A then logs in to his blog and adds a User B as an author. "A" then asks "B" to log in and publish a post.
User B, goes to edublogs.org and logs in with her password. "B" then types a post and hits publish. The post publishes on User B's blog and not on User A's centrally located blog.
Does anyone know how to get User B to publish on User A's blog without User A giving User B his log in information?
And, it really shouldn't be this difficult. I should be able to use blogger.com like I have for the past two years.