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Monthly Archive for May, 2005

Pandora’s Blog

DSC00920 Originally uploaded by lhl. Our student-faculty panel at the SSAW05 Conference at the University of Southern California Annenberg Center for Communication in L.A. Session II: Exploring the Use of Weblogs in the Classroom I Panel: Pandora�s Blog? What Happens When College Students Take to Social Software in the Classroom Mai 2005 B 076 Originally […]

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Getting to Know You

dance on the wings of a plane in flight to move your students forward if only an inch

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From e-mail to blogging

Before class blogs gave us a voice to communicate with our classes, e-mail class lists (enabled in 1999 at Middlebury College) gave us easy, instant communication with our classes. My first class e-mails were perfunctory and business like–full of housekeeping details. Soon, my e-mails to my class became more playful as I used humor and […]

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Blogging Delivers Resources

One of the things I love about setting up class blogs, is that I can link outward to a myriad of resources in the real world and link inward to resources I’ve created for my students myself. For my Jane Austen & the Royal Navy Winter Term Course, I found many interestings sites to share […]

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