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Using your BAM feed to track student posts

by Academic at University of Southern Queensland on Mar 10, 2009

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Slidecast to help CQUniversity academics use the OPML feed generated by the locally produced BAM system, to track the posts made by their students to blogs. The blogs are generally being used as ...

Slidecast to help CQUniversity academics use the OPML feed generated by the locally produced BAM system, to track the posts made by their students to blogs. The blogs are generally being used as individual reflective journals.

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