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Linking your pressible site to the TC website 

An example of a department that links from the TC website to their pressible site is the English Education department. If you are interested in linking your pressible website to your page on the TC website it can be done through an RSS feed. You can contact the office of the web and they will …

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Making a Pressible site for a Class 

Some professor's have used Pressible as a place to post class assignments and facilitate discussion amongst students. A great example of a class using Pressible is Creativity & Problem Solving - Dr. Allsup. Dr. Allsup has posted the syllabus onto the site so that students can reference the syllabus at any time. Posts are …

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Simple message, great traffic  ☆

At the time of this post, the Pressible site TC Elementary Inclusive Education has the largest audience of any Pressible site! As the outreach-oriented compendium for the TC Program site, it features a great and active stream of useful content. Network Effects Sites with great readership bring a larger audience to the whole Pressible network …

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Making a Pressible site for a TC Program 

The Pressible site, "Program Name", does a great job of helping TC Programs (and Departments!) get started with Pressible. Within a Pressible site, it demonstrates how TC groups can use Pressible to communicate with students, stay in touch with alumni, and share general news more broadly. "Program Name" also does a good job of …

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Hello world! 

This "Hello World!" post is deployed to every new Pressible site—a kind of in-your-face tutorial tactic (hey, we know you don't like reading FAQs!). You can easily un-publish it, and you should! Go to your Dashboard and find it under your Posts menu. Welcome to your new Pressible site! This is an example of a …

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