If your goal is to be a successful blogger, you might want to read the the 8 habits of highly effective bloggers. Annabel Candy elaborates on:
Effective bloggers are prolific Effective bloggers are concise Effective bloggers are analytical Effective bloggers are lifelong learners Effective bloggers are focused and consistent Effective bloggers plan ahead […]Continue Reading →
Professor Michael Eisenberg Talks Critical Thinking Today in a great expose about literacy and critical thinking skills.
How has the need for Internet literacy and critical thinking skills in students changed in the last 5-10 years? Are they getting smarter by the time they get to the University of Washington?
The need for […]Continue Reading →
Great article and postcast by Glen Groulx about edublogging.
This is a learning object prepared by Glenn Groulx about edublogging. It contains five rich pictures, a brief text description, and a 12 minute podcast.
Centralized edublogging systems Decentralized edublogging systems Distributed edublogging systems
EduBlogging Eco-Systems | Glenn’s posterous | Glen […]Continue Reading →
I’m in total agreement with George Siemens that journalism serves as a test ground for education. For example, when studying training and development bloggers, I used a lot of the journalism theory on blogging.
Journalism serves as a test ground for education. What has happened in journalism will also happen in education: breakdown […]Continue Reading →
I’m not sure if I would agree that these are the 4 pillars of blogging, but it is most definitely great advice about blogging.
Recently, a few people have been asking me for blogging advice, mainly around getting started. This got me thinking…
What are my guiding principles for […]Continue Reading →
"Research and publications such as Kristina Schneider has advanced here, are vital. To study the affordances of blogs – content creation and social interaction – is in a sense to study social media in general."
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