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Web Logs and Scholarship
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Web Logs and Scholarship
Web Logs and Scholarship
Web Logs and Scholarship
Web Logs and Scholarship
Web Logs and Scholarship
Web Logs and Scholarship
Web Logs and Scholarship
Web Logs and Scholarship
Web Logs and Scholarship
Web Logs and Scholarship
Web Logs and Scholarship
Web Logs and Scholarship
Web Logs and Scholarship
Web Logs and Scholarship
Web Logs and Scholarship
Web Logs and Scholarship
Web Logs and Scholarship
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Web Logs and Scholarship

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This panel discussion focuses on how blogs are changing the nature of academic discourse. This is not a workshop on "how to blog" but an examination of the value and impact (positive or negative) of …

This panel discussion focuses on how blogs are changing the nature of academic discourse. This is not a workshop on "how to blog" but an examination of the value and impact (positive or negative) of academic blogs within specific disciplines. We hope our discussion will be of interest to faculty who do not read blogs but may be curious as to what academics are doing in the so-called "blogosphere."

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  • 1. Web Logs and Scholarship How Blogs Are Changing the Nature of Academic Discourse Center for the Advancement of Teaching • March 18, 2010
  • 2. For Better or For Worse
  • 3. Characterizing Academic Blogs
    Academics Who Blog About Other Stuff Blogs with Academic Subject Matter
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  • 17. How to Read (Blogs)
  • 18. Locating Blogs in the Continuum of Academic Discourse
  • 19. Locating Blogs in the Continuum of Academic Discourse
  • 20. Locating Blogs in the Continuum of Academic Discourse
  • 21. Locating Blogs in the Continuum of Academic Discourse
  • 22. The Bigger Picture
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  • 24. Acknowledgments
    • Images
      • Laugh-Out-Loud Cats #496 by Adam Koford
      • Screenshots of various blogs
      • Women Blog the Academy [poster] by Bart Everson
      • Sara on Her Laptop by Andrew Ferguson
      • The Alps by hugovk 
      • Q is for... by Katie Harris
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    • Inspiration
      • The nature of academic discourse by Gráinne Conole
      • The new landscape of the religion blogosphere from The Immanent Frame
      • "Women Blog the Academy" by Victoria Bhavsar, Helen Bergland, Mary McNoughton-Cassill, and Savina Schoenhofer
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    • Panelists
      • Jason Berntsen
      • Marion Carroll
      • Nancy Hampton
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    • Moderator
      • Bart Everson

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