Great resources for Spanish Speaking Edmodo Users

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December 2nd, 2010
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Aproximately 25% of all posts in Edmodo that are made public are written in Spanish. These posts are from around the world and right next door. The users making these posts are supporting their students and schools with videos on how to sign up for Edmodo, documents to send home to parents, and even a complete translation our English language guide.

We would like to take this opportunity to show off some of these amazing resources and to point to them within our Help Center. We understand the irony of writing this post in English, so if you would like to see it in a spanish translation you can go to our Google Translate version of this post.

The following guide translation is hosted at Scribd (embedded below), but you can find it in the context of our Help Center here.La Guía Para Emplear EDMODO

We have also collected many Spanish language Edmodo screencasts and presentations and posted them in our Help Center.

Here is one of our favorites:

We appreciate everyone who has taken it upon themselves to craft support materials for Edmodo in their schools and districts. If you have any more materials (Spanish Language or not) that you think belong in our Community Powered Help Center please send an email to ben@edmodo.com.


6 Responses to “Great resources for Spanish Speaking Edmodo Users”

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  2. Haley says:

    How do I get accent marks when I post in Spanish? I want to use Edmodo with my Spanish students, but am unsure how to do this.

    • luciagia says:

      This depends on the type of computer you use. There are keyboard short cuts for Mac and PC’s. You may want to do a google search.

    • Rebeca says:

      I have the same problem. It’s not that my keyboard lacks the signs, it’s that when I read my post in EdModo the symbols come up all different.

  3. Haley says:

    Thanks. I figured it out on my Mac, but we use PC’s at school and I can’t seem to figure it out…

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