Steve Dembo, our online community manager extraordinaire, developed some chicklets for you to use on your own blogs or websites. Now, if you are like me, you’re still wondering how you can post gum to your blogs and websites. So, here is the explanation from Steve…
We have created a few chicklets that Discovery Educators can add to their personal blogs that identify them as part of the Educator Network. Many bloggers put chicklets on their blogs to identify websites that they belong to, display affiliation with a group or to provide links to their information (like RSS feeds or IM accounts). For an example of what these look like, you can see them on the right hand side of Teach42.com.
These chicklets can be inserted into any web page or blog that teachers have access to the html code. To add them to a blog, they simply have to copy and paste the following code into the appropriate spot. Clicking on the chicklet will take people to the DEN website.
Code for Chicklet 1
<img src="http://blog.discoveryeducation.comDiscEducator-1.jpg" border="0" alt="Discovery Educator Network" title="Discovery Educator Network"/></a>
Code for Chicklet 2
<img src="http://blog.discoveryeducation.comDiscEducator-2.jpg" border="0" alt="Discovery Educator Network" title="Discovery Educator Network"/></a>