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Telegraph is a very simple web tool that allows anyone to create and publish online work without an account. It supports text, links, and images and is mobile device friendly. You could use it for students to create simple webpages, blog posts, or even for online reflection.

To get started, go to: http://telegra.ph/

Enter your title, author, and start writing your story!


Click on the link or camera icons to insert links or images. You do have to have the images downloaded on your device for Telegraph to upload them.

Once you are finished with your work, click on the publish button. You work is now publicly viewable at the URL on the top of the screen. You can share this link for others to view.

One word of caution- http://telegra.ph/ is a unique URL- if your students incorrectly type it, they may find a dating or news site with a similar name- for this reason, I would link to Telegraph in Google Classroom or some other content sharing method. 

I do love the simple style of Telegraph and the fact there is no account creation makes it very kid friendly- especially for younger students.

I hope you explore Telegraph with your students!


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Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Wednesday Web Tool: Create and Publish Webpages with Telegraph!

Image result for student clipart computer

Telegraph is a very simple web tool that allows anyone to create and publish online work without an account. It supports text, links, and images and is mobile device friendly. You could use it for students to create simple webpages, blog posts, or even for online reflection.

To get started, go to: http://telegra.ph/

Enter your title, author, and start writing your story!


Click on the link or camera icons to insert links or images. You do have to have the images downloaded on your device for Telegraph to upload them.

Once you are finished with your work, click on the publish button. You work is now publicly viewable at the URL on the top of the screen. You can share this link for others to view.

One word of caution- http://telegra.ph/ is a unique URL- if your students incorrectly type it, they may find a dating or news site with a similar name- for this reason, I would link to Telegraph in Google Classroom or some other content sharing method. 

I do love the simple style of Telegraph and the fact there is no account creation makes it very kid friendly- especially for younger students.

I hope you explore Telegraph with your students!


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