At P2PU, people work together to learn a particular topic by completing tasks, assessing individual and group work, and providing constructive feedback.
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Publish your work.
In this challenge you're going to draw from all of the skills you've learned up until this point and put your first page live on the web. When you've finished you'll be ready to move onto the next round of webmaking challenges.
posted message: Hi everyone, I've finished this challenge, and I gained a lot from working though each of the tasks. It was a lot of fun too!
However, I'm a little stuck on where to go next - does anybody have any suggestions for the best next step? Thanks in advance!
posted message: I have completed this project/challenge and I feel so happy about what I have learned and achieved so far! I can't wait to jump into the next challenge and get going again! All this has just made my days much fun. You can find my awesome blog by simply visiting:
and please remember to leave a link to your blog! I would love to visit and check it out!
posted message: I am starting this challenge although I have done website publishing before, several times. I am going to create or rather register a domain and then will share it with you guys.
Right now though, please visit my blog and see my progress: remember to drop me a line and include a link to your page so I can check it out! Thanks
posted message: Hi this is my hello world: http://netaire.info/html_document_gedit.html, and this is my blogpost: http://elrevolucionista.wordpress.com/2012/04/28/school-of-webcraft-en-vivo-y-a-todo-color/
posted message: Hello everyone, I completed this task last month and have been checking back to review other's submissions but I am still waiting on a couple reviews to get my own badge, would you mind taking a minute to review my post please? http://p2pu.org/en/badges/publishing/submissions/92/
posted message: Oh, I am tired. The time is over midnight here in Sweden... It was very interesting day, the hardest is to understand and write in english, but it´s fun. I have even start to dream in English :) Tomorrow a big day and I dont know witch site I will use yet...Kjell