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Edited by Jonathan Vernon, Tuesday, 20 Mar 2012, 05:03

'Many if the characteristics which would be frowned upon in scholarly articles, such as subjectivity, humour, and personal opinion, are vital elements in developing a dialogue in blogs'. Weller (2011)

I had another stab at this (did one yesterday on the fly). This one I've given a bit more thought as I am keen to promote the idea of blogging to colleagues; the more the merrier to me. It goes under the title 'User Generate Content'.

I do wonder though if it isn't a mindset, that I'd have the same issues getting people to take up drawing or singing.

You either do or don't?

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I realise that to get this right in the learning context you must define who the learner is and put it in context.

QUESTIONS

  • Why do you blog?
  • If you've just started will you keep going?
  • What's the incentive?
  • Do you have an external blog too?
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Happy at work

Keep blogging

Hi Jonathan

I am really getting into this blogging business, it's adictive for all the reasons listed in your diagram.

Rebecca

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Great plan

Hi Jonathan

Firstly thanks for your help on the TMA and EMA thingy, feel better now i know what they stand for and where to find them.

Secondly i love your reasons for blogging - it has become a new obbession of mine and i find myself migrating here quite a few times of an evening.

Have a great evening

Zoe