I’ve been playing around with Weebly this morning. Fun! It’s a tool that bills itself as a free service that allows people “to easily create personal sites and blogs or establish web presences for businesses, weddings, classrooms, churches, artistic portfolios, and more.” It is easy to use, with drag-and-drop design elements and easy-to-insert graphic and media elements. I’m working on a page and will post when I get it set up.

It occurs to me that it may be a tool that is useful for student projects. Although I don’t see that it is “wiki-like” in allowing multiple users to edit a single site, a group of editors could share one user name and password to get around that. Pages may be locked by a password, and an entire Weebly site can be deleted if desired, as well. See a video demonstration of Weebly in my Vodpod collection, at the top of the left column in this blog.

Has anyone else built a Weebly site? If you have, post it here in comments to share.


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