Blogging As A Classroom Teaching Tool

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A presentation to College Media Advisers Spring 2010 Convention

A presentation to College Media Advisers Spring 2010 Convention

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  • 1. Blogging as a Classroom Teaching Tool Rachele Kanigel San Francisco State University [email_address]
  • 2. Coverlines -- a group blog for a magazine publishing class
  • 3. Reporting -- each student created an individual blog about the neighborhood they covered
  • 4. Reporting: Presidio Perspectives
  • 5. Reporting: West Oakland Beat
  • 6. Reporting: Exploring Outside Lands
  • 7. Intro to Online Journalism on WordPress.com
  • 8. Intro to Online Journalism: Sushi Taste on Ramen Budget
  • 9. Intro to Online Journalism: San Frenchisco Bay Area
  • 10. Intro to Online Journalism: SF Dance
  • 11. Grading Blogs
    • Make your expectations clear
    • Make spelling, grammar and punctuation part of the grade
    • Make linking part of the grade
    • Consider blog stats
    • Encourage students to go beyond simple text and photos -- use maps, video, podcasting, slide shows
  • 12. For more information
    • Contact Rachele Kanigel at [email_address] .com
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