Konrad Glogowski, winner of the 2005 Edublog "Best Newcomer" Award, has a post on developing community through blogging:
I have spent the last ten days creating a new blogging community for my students. The old one stopped working. I’ve been using Manila for the past two years but there have been too many problems lately. First, the IT team said it was a virus, then the aftermath of the virus, then compatibility issues. Finally, after many disruptions to our classroom blogging, I decided to take action and get new software and a new server.The post makes good use of Ong on the interiorization of technology.
As you can imagine, it was a lot of work. This whole experience, however, proved to be very enlightening from an educational point of view. [read more]
Cross posted to Notes from the Walter J. Ong Archive.
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