The usefulness of learning logs (Baker, 2003) can be further enhanced through the use of weblogs (Barger, 1997). Weblogs are personal web pages written in chronological diary form and maintained through weblogging software. Benefits include ease of publication, sharing of results, and instructor monitoring.
"Put another (B)Log on the Wire: Publishing Learning Logs as Weblogs,"
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