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Instructional Blogging: Links and Resources

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Electronic Textuality and Theory at Western

Instructional BloggingBelow is a list of online and print resources, articles, and posts relating to the use of student blogs for instruction. These are intended as a supplementary resources for those taking the workshop on “Getting Started with Scholarly Blogging: Blogs as a Research and Teaching Tool in the Humanities.

This list is not intended to be exhaustive, and will be supplemented over the course of the next few weeks as needed. Suggestions as to worthwhile additions would be gratefully accepted.

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Blog Posts

Albrecht, David. “Tips on Collegiate Student Blogging.” The Summa. WordPress Blog. 10 August, 2012. Accessed 22 September,  2012.  <http://profalbrecht.wordpress.com/2012/08/10/tips-on-collegiate-student-blogging/>

Bellinson,  Adam. “Comments of Gold: Advice on Giving and Receiving Comments.” Blogging for Learning. Michigan State University. 15 November, 2006. Accessed 22 September, 2012. <http://blogsforlearning.msu.edu/articles/view.php?id=10>

Brauer, James. “Blogging vs Threaded Discussions in Online Courses.” Connected Principles. Sharing. Learning.Leading

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