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Writing (and Thinking and Blogging) across the curriculum

Every so often I hear of some initiative being supported by part of the faculty. The creation of a new Redaction Center. Redaction? Because students do not seem to master their own native language. Innovation? Do you think after 12 … Continue reading

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On Blogging

In my recent travels I have had the opportunity to meet and share with a lot of people who are really big thinkers in education, technology and the new media. I was fortunate to have also a few interviews with … 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 « WordPress.com 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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