Education 2.0. Blogging, Podcasting and MySpacing in class.

Blogging is increasingly finding a home in education (both in school and university), as not only does the software remove the technical barriers to writing and publishing online – but the ‘journal’ format encourages students to keep a record of their thinking over time. Blogs also of course facilitate critical feedback, by letting readers add comments – which could be from teachers, peers or a wider audience.

Read e-learning 2.0 – how Web technologies are shaping education from Richard McManus’ Read/Write Web and commentary from C|Net.

PLUS: The Web 2.0 homeroom from C|Net’s Web 2.0 Blog

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