Blogging from the Bottom: A Cautionary Tale

Various authors, Lore, Jan 05, 2005
Commentary by Stephen Downes

The most recent edition of Lore, a journal for teachers of writing, is online and features a section on blogging in education consisting of a baker's dozen short articles. Consisting of first person reflections of the blogging experience, the quality is, um, spotty. But there are nuggets that make the list worth reading, such as this bit from Eric Mason: "Blogging has allowed me a degree of control over my professional persona and has put me in touch with colleagues with whom I can discuss disciplinary issues." Will Richardson offers a time-saving list of the last few sentences from each essay. Alan Levine picks out some worthwhile quotes.
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