This article is written for students. For the teacher reference article, select the button below.

Viewing and Commenting on Your Class Blog

Step 1️⃣

Go to the Blog Module.

Step 2️⃣

Find the right class, then click on Class Feed.

Step 3️⃣

Click on a post to see the entire post.

Step 4️⃣

Read the post and follow any directions your teacher gives you.

  • If your teacher added attachments, you can find them here.

  • If you need to comment, you can click Add.

Publishing Your Own Blog Post

Step 1️⃣

Go to the Blog Module.

Step 2️⃣

Click Create Post.

Step 3️⃣

Choose the class you want to publish to. Then, add a title for your post.

Step 4️⃣

Make your post.

Step 5️⃣

How to Add Pictures.

  • There are two ways:

1 - Put it into the post:

2 - Or add it as an attachment - this way will let you take a live picture If you need to.

For more directions on how to take use option 2, click HERE.

Step 6️⃣

How to Add Other Attachments (Like Videos or Voice Recordings)

  • Click here:

  • Choose the type of attachment you'd like to add.

For more information on how to add any of the above attachments, check out the links below:

Step 7️⃣

Save and/or Publish your Post

1 : POST NOW vs. SCHEDULED: Pick if this blog post will be posted right away or if you need to schedule it to post another day. If you choose to schedule the post, a date picker will appear for you to pick the date and time.

2 : Allow Comments: You can choose if you want people to be able to comment on your post or not.

3 : Save as Draft vs. Publish: Save as a Draft will not publish the blog. It will save the blog, and you can come back to edit or publish it later. Selecting Publish will publish the post right away (or at the time it was scheduled to publish if a date and time were picked).

Step 8️⃣

View Your Post on the Class Feed.

Edit or Delete Your Post

Do you need to fix or delete your post that you already published?

Step 1️⃣

Go to the Blog Module.

Step 2️⃣

Click on the three dots next to the post you want to edit, then click Edit or Delete

Otus Live Video

Below is a video from our Otus Live series on how a student can post a private blog post for only their teacher to see.

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