Thursday, July 27, 2006

Blogging research

I found a 2003 research article by Anne Bartlett-Bragg in an on-line peer reviewed journal.

Here is the abstract:

There are claims of over 500,ooo blogs published on the Internet. What is a blog and how could it be integrated into pedagogical practices to enhance learning? This paper will introduce the blogging phenomenon and present some options for educators. Some theoretical principles and guidelines for practice will be presented, along with some further resources for exploring the blog-o-sphere and creating a blog for either personal publishing or to be integrated into pedagogical strategies.

Check it out.

3 Comments:

Blogger Jo Murray said...

Hi Jeanette,
Glad you could make it over to the Knowledge Tree, there's another interesting podcast interview about using edublogs in Edition 9 with James Farmer, if you're interested.
Hope other teachers you know will see the journal as well.
Thanks again :o)
Cheers Jo
The Knowledge Tree Editor

6:12 PM  
Blogger Jeanette Wiens-Peckham said...

Thank you for the "heads up" about the podcast with James Farmer. Looking forward to listening to it!!

9:34 PM  
Anonymous Julie Machnaik said...

Hi Jeannette,
Just checking out your blog! It's interesting to read of your learning journey since EC&I 808 - amazing! You have learned so much and provide excellent links that I must check out. I hope I can figure out RSS so I know when you've updated your blog. Keep having fun! :)

Julie

12:45 AM  

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