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My new class: Web Content Management

My new course “Web Content Management” is taking off. Almost at mid-semester, my students are building an appreciation of what content management for the Web means and what helps automating most of it. Students have built: A Portal: A … Continue reading

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Edublogs awards nominations

Image via Wikipedia The Edublog Awards The Edublog Awards Homepage On the occasion, we can vote for: Best individual blog Best individual tweeter Best group blog Best new blog Best class blog Best student blog Best resource sharing blog Most … Continue reading

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The new Prologue theme for WordPress

P2: The New Prologue « Blog « I’m looking forward to finding an interesting way to use the fascinating new P2 theme for WordPress. Perhaps in the new WPmu STEMmED site? According to its authors, it has: # In-line editing … Continue reading

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Evolution of Blogging

The Evolution of Blogging Blogging needs to be social. There are many reasons for this, but the most important one — in my mind — is the changing nature of content. …Thus writes Om Malik of gigaom. The issue here … Continue reading

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Scribe Posting

Using Scribe Posts on Class Blogs | The Edublogger Sue Waters, in Edublogger, writes about Scribe Posts in educational blogs. Since the idea of Scribe Posts is just like the way I ask each student to post, in turn, an … Continue reading

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