If you can’t find homeschool support in your city, you can find it online or create your own online homeschool community.
A2Z Classifieds Yahoo Group
Buy & sell homeschool items.
Online journals, usually the thoughts, opinions and daily life of homeschool families.
Blogs and Kids
Blogs are an awesome tool. Just like any tool, you can take precautions to make it safe. By Tammy Takahashi.
Building a Support Website
Samples of styles used that get across essential elements.
Do You Yahoo?
Yahoo is easy for any member of your support group or family who is even vaguely internet sauvy to set up what amounts to a full “community”-type website… and best of all it is free!
Event Submission – Homeschooling Calendar
How to get your homeschooling event listed in the calendar here in A to Z Home’s Cool.
Free Social Project Management Tools
Share your homeschooling plans online, coordinate events with others, even store files.
Home School Web Masters Facebook Group
Gleen not only helpful technical information, but also find partners for your content and assistance marketing your site.
These videos mostly have the charm and imperfections of home movies, so be patient. We’re all just learning about producing our own “shows” for the internet. Here are some of my favorite.
Homeschool Web Clip Art
Graphic artist Michelle Thoburn drew “homeschool is cool” web clip art just for us.
Local Site Wish List
What homeschooling families would like to find on web pages from library, parenting, and community organizations.
Email lists to leave questions and messages about homeschooling. Follow the directions carefully.
Online Buddies Bash
In 1999 there were so few of us at the HSC conference who were online, we were able to hold a small gathering just for the few of us.
Places online to leave questions and messages about homeschooling.
Periodic, subscription email publications of helpful homeschooling information.
Online Buddies Bash
You’ve been corresponding for months online, and now you’d like to meet in real life. Here’s a way to organize a casual session during a conference so that you can meet in a safe environment.
Teri Brown writes on how to become a paid published writer on the web or for homeschool-related magazines.