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    • embedded blogging adrian milesWednesday, 22 August 12
    • subscribe via 80+ students individual blogs RSS skim read editorial posting why?Wednesday, 22 August 12
    • 80+ students One ‘course’ blog written by me. Media and Professional Communication students. Subject is compulsory for Media. We investigate interactive online video as theory and practice. A complex set of collateral outcomes involving network literacies are embedded.Wednesday, 22 August 12
    • Wednesday, 22 August 12
    • individual blogs No group blogs. They are a continuing, personally designed and constructed discursive space. A site for individual documentation, discussion and debate. Internally hosted at RMIT.Wednesday, 22 August 12
    • Wednesday, 22 August 12
    • Wednesday, 22 August 12
    • subscribe via RSS No group blogs. They are a continuing, personally designed and constructed discursive space. A site for individual documentation, discussion and debate. Internally hosted at RMIT.Wednesday, 22 August 12
    • Wednesday, 22 August 12
    • skim read Laptop. iPad. iPhone. Google Reader, Reeder, Feedler, IFTT.Wednesday, 22 August 12
    • Wednesday, 22 August 12
    • Wednesday, 22 August 12
    • editorial posting Laptop. iPad. iPhone. Google Reader, Reeder, Feedler,Wednesday, 22 August 12
    • Wednesday, 22 August 12
    • Wednesday, 22 August 12
    • Wednesday, 22 August 12
    • why? Students are intellectually and pedagogically conservative, so intend to make this strange for them. Blogs as a creative open space, separate from ‘assessment’. To encourage thinking out aloud, sharing, co–learning, reflection and experimentation. A ‘thick descriptive’ portfolio of learning. Rupture the ‘assessment’ economy. Value contribution and participation as its own reward.Wednesday, 22 August 12