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In response to: Blogging for Reflection - Virtual Watercooler

Comment from: Ian Macleod Visitor

Ian Macleod

Great session and great work Paul! Thanks for sharing what you have done, some really useful material there for using blogs as a learning technology.

I’ve been blogging now for over three years and have found it to be a useful tool for communicating my thoughts and reflections, but also as a great learning opportunity to get learners engaged in discussion of topics of interest.

I personally think that if you are comfortable with blogging that it should be added to the resources used for a course regardless of how it is delivered…

05/15/09 @ 13:01

In response to: Blogging for Reflection - Virtual Watercooler

Comment from: Katrina George Visitor

Katrina George

We are thinking about creating a Blog site for the Early Childhood Development Support Centre at Cumberland Campus with our workshops listed. I think this would be great for the participants to get onto and discuss the benefits of the workshop and they would be able to recommend the workshop to others as well as give us ideas for future workshops.

05/15/09 @ 12:55

In response to: Blogging for Reflection - Virtual Watercooler

Comment from: Carolyn Campbell Visitor

Carolyn Campbell

I love the idea of using blogging for reflection or for sharing ideas & resources. When I think about the blogs I find most useful, it’s when someone shares a reflection on something that’s impacted them. Maybe learners could use a blog to do the same!

(Great blog, Paul!)

05/15/09 @ 12:53

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Comment from: Tanya H Visitor

Tanya H

Hi Paul, I am excited about the opportunity to use this with students as well as helping faculty to implement it. I guess it would be sharepoint , but we have it so lets use it

05/15/09 @ 12:52