What it is ePals?
A global community of connected classrooms -
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• a social learning network
• has built (free) collaborative tools (email, blogs, forums, etc. )
safe e-mail and blogging for students
see more about blogs in ePals:
• mentoring and literacy projects
Each month 1500 new school profiles are added.
Click here for the ePal's school district directory
Epals Global Network
Epals school mail
Epals school blog
How to connect to ePals
Update: Sandra Roby has been in touch with Julie Martin 877-718-6856 X140. As the administrator, Sandra needs to upload teacher names to ePals, Then student names will be uploaded for the teacher.
Administrator Username: walthamps
Once the users accounts have been created, they can log in to their accounts from www.epals.com
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Free and unlimited access to email support team between 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM Eastern Time, Monday through Friday whom can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The ePals Customer Implementation team will assist us with the activation of our ePals SchoolMail accounts. Contact
and they will forward the information required to create the accounts.
ePals SchoolMail for classrooms provide:
Monitored Mail for teachers and students
Instant Language Translation
Find other classrooms:
Examples of using ePals in middle schools:
6th Grade Literacy
(brand new - not set up yet...) CT
7th Grade Literacy
8th Grade Literacy
Around the World in 80 days
The Roman Empire
Reading Journals Online
Henry Hudson's Journey through the eyes of Robert Juet
Home of Future Seventh Graders
Freshwater - A drop in the Bucket
one of the more developed blogs
example of a private blog in ePals
Suggestions for teachers -
Contact: Rita Oates VP of Education Markets
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