WordPress is the publishing platform behind UBC Blogs. While most commonly used for blogs, it can also serve as a public or private site for course content. WordPress can be integrated into Connect or used on its own.
- Video Testimonial – UBC Blogs Overview (2:21)
- Special Projects: UBC Blogs are used for non-credit offerings, such as Aboriginal Family and Community Literacy Curriculum or Teaching for Indigenous Education.
- Special Projects: UBC Blogs is an accessible platform for students who have limited access to Internet and use mobile technologies, such as in the Dadaab project.
- Tip: Organize pages in your UBC Blog using Menus
- Tip: Embed a Google Map into your UBC Blog
UBC Blogs can be used to build a course website, allow group authoring on a blog, provide peer review of authored content (editing with comments), provide class webspace development (adding annotated links/building a shared resource for a class), and provide a personal portfolio for students, faculty and staff (upload media – slides, video, images of your artwork).
All questions regarding this technology can be directed to email@example.com or we can be contacted by phone at 604.822.6333, Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm.