An article in yesterday’s LA Times reported in the increase of lawsuits in the US involving bloggers, specifically in regards to slander, defamation and threats, but also misinformation.
Media law experts repeat the advice that bloggers and e-mailers need to think twice before sending a message.
“The first thing people need to realize, they […]Continue Reading →
Post materials and resources Current Events Create a newsletter Debate or Online Discussions (posts / comments / replies) Collaborative Class […]Continue Reading →
The aim of the post is to help educators and students with their personal blogging.
Here’s my thoughts including recommended widgets:
Always […]Continue Reading →
I’ve decided to do this, partly on here but also, mainly, by specifically offering guest articles to my fellow Edu-bloggers because it is, in my humble opinion, working with your community that is one of the most, one of the […]Continue Reading →
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