Written back in January of 2007, this rationale for educational blogging is as relevant as ever.
I’ve highlighted the points that I find most relevant from this very informative blog post by Anne Davis (Information Systems Training Specialist in the Instructional Technology Center in the College of Education at Georgia State University).
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