Blogging as a tool for reflection and learning

 

Blogging as a tool for reflection and learning (PDF)

References:

Blood, R. 2000. "Weblogs: a history and perspective", in Rebecca's Pocket. 7/9/2000 (online, cited 9 February 2002) <http://www.rebeccablood.net/essays/weblog_history.html>

Dysthe, Olga, Frøydis Hertzberg and Torlaug Løkensgard Hoel. Skrive for å lære: skriving in høyere utdanning. Oslo: Abstrakt forlag. 2000.

Johnson, Steven. 2002. "A Word From Our Sponsor", in Stevenberlinjohnson.com. December 26, 2002. (Accessed December 22, 2004) <http://www.stevenberlinjohnson.com/movabletype/archives/000028.html>

Krause, Steven D. "When Blogging Goes Bad: A Cautionary Tale About Blogs, Emailing Lists, Discussion, and Interaction" Kairos 9.1 (Fall 2004) <http://english.ttu.edu/kairos/>

Lowe, Charles, and Terra Williams, 2004. "Moving to the Public: Weblogs in the Writing Classroom", in Gurak, Laura et. al. (eds) Into the Blogosphere: Rhetoric, Community and Culture of Weblogs. (Accessed December 16, 2004)<http://blog.lib.umn.edu/blogosphere>

Links:

Jill Walker Rettberg’s blog is called jill/txt.

Blogger.com is a good place to start your own blog. Wordpress.com is another option.

Technorati.com is a search engine for blogs. Try searching for a topic or a name there and see which blogs write about the topic or person. Use filters – search only for posts on blogs with "a lot of authority" if you only want to see popular blogs. You can also search for blogs on ordinary search engines like Google. Try searching for edublogging – or add "blog" to whatever topic you’re interested in.

Every two weeks there’s a "teaching carnival" where a blogger who’s interested in teaching compiles a list of interesting blog posts about teaching from the last fortnight. There’s a list of teaching carnivals at the Teaching Carnival blog.

Rebecca Blood’s blog is Rebecca’s Pocket.