blogs, internet, education
The web has become an important resource for teaching and learning (National Center for Educational Statistics [NCES], 2003). One reason the web is such a vital resource is that it allows almost anyone to contribute to its "holdings." Tools like HTML editors and FTP clients have made web publishing available to many teachers and students. However, the challenge of learning to use these tools has been a barrier to web publishing for many. Weblogs reduce the technical barriers to effective web publishing significantly.
Original Publication Citation
Martindale, T. & Wiley, D. (25). Using Weblogs in Scholarship and Teaching. Tech Trends, 49(2), 55-61.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Wiley, David and Martindale, Trey, "Using Weblogs in Scholarship and Teaching" (2004). All Faculty Publications. Paper 995.
David O. McKay School of Education
Instructional Psychology and Technology
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