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What is it: A blog is a publication mechanism, like a journal or bulletin. Blogs can promote  open dialogue and encourage community building in which both the bloggers and commenters exchange opinions, ideas, and attitudes. See more at:
Blogs for education - University of Sydney
  • Theory, practice and examples for blogging
Blog, Wiki or Forum - which should you use? - UNSW
Assessing blogs |
  • Blogs, wikis and forums were not designed as educational tools, but they can be very useful in a teaching and learning context for supporting dialogue between students, providing a space for collaboration and chronicling student reflections. But which is most suitable to your needs, in your course?
A Rubric for Evaluating Student Blogs
  • ... it’s about time to share what has been a valuable tool, and to encourage professors to adopt and modify it to fit their own needs.
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