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Sobre Weblogs

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Weblogs: powerful tools for learning.

Weblogs: powerful tools for learning.

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  • 1. LEARNING WITH WEBLOGS A powerful tool for reflective, collaborative and meaningful learning fernando albuquerque costa UNIVERSITY OF LISBON [email_address]
  • 2. Purposes for the workshop
    • To know what Weblogs are;
    • To create an on-line personal diary;
    • To reflect about the potential of Weblogs in education.
  • 3. What are weblogs?
    • “ A weblog, or simply a blog, is a web application which contains periodic, reverse chronologically ordered posts on a common webpage.”
    ( in Wikipedia: http:// en.wikipedia.org / )
  • 4. Some common features:
    • It's a kind of website that is easy and quick to create.
    • It is organized with dated entries (chronologically backwards).
    • It is organized by posts.
    • The posts are usually short and frequently posted.
    • Readers can often respond or react through a 'comments' feature.
    • It lets you publish instantly to the web - you don't have to learn HTML or use a web authoring program.
    • It is usually maintained by one person, but there are multi-person blogs.
    • It can be free or very low-cost to create.
    • The author's voice and personality often comes through.
    ( in http:// anvil.gsu.edu/NECC2004/ )
  • 5. How to create your own weblog?
    • There are many free weblogging software programs available…
    ( http://www.blogger.com/ )
  • 6. Possible uses of blogs in instructional settings…
    • Content-related blog as professional practice
    • Networking and personal knowledge sharing
    • Instructional tips for students
    • Course announcements and readings
    • Annotated links
    • Knowledge management
    • Reflective or writing journals
    • Knowledge management
    • Assignment submission and review
    • Dialogue for groupwork
    • E-portfolios
    • Share course-related resources
    Options for instructors Options for students ( in http:// awd.cl.uh.edu/blog/ )
  • 7. Articles about Blogging
    • “ Writing with Weblogs ” (Retrieved Mar, 2005) http://www.techlearning.com/db_area/archives/TL/2003/02/blogs.html
    • “ Weblogs In and Around the Classroom ” (Retrieved Mar, 2005) http://mywebspace.quinnipiac.edu/PHastings/classroom.html
    • “ Weblogs in Education: Bringing the World to the Liberal Arts Classroom ”(Retrieved Mar, 2005) http://www.nitle.org/newsletter/v2_n1_winter2003/features_weblogs.php
    • “ Community Blogging ” (Retrieved Mar, 2005) http://www.downes.ca/cgi-bin/website/view.cgi?dbs = Article&key =1109302318
  • 8. Blog Books
    • Bausch, P., M. Haughey, et al. (2002). We Blog: Publishing Online with Weblogs . Indianapolis, Wiley.
    • Blood, R. (2002). The Weblog Handbook: Practical Advice on Creating and Maintaining Your Blog . Cambridge, MA, Perseus Publishing.
    • Blood, R. (2002). We've Got Blog: How Weblogs Are Changing Our Culture . Cambridge, MA, Perseus Pub.
    • Powers, Shelley. editor. (2002). Essential Blogging . Sebastopol, Calif., O'Reilly.
    • Stauffer, T. (2002). Blog On: Building Online Communities with Web Logs . Berkeley, Calif., McGraw-Hill/Osborne.
    • Stone, B. (2002). Blogging: Genius Strategies for Instant Web Content , New Riders.