EDU Blogging Research

We are working on an article and a new toolset that has sent us down the path to investigate Blogging in Education. Robert Shedd, an IST student working in the Solutions Institute, and I are working together on this to see what we can figure about how blogging is being utilized, what role rich media plays in blogging, and if there is a need for tools to create content quickly and easily. In the commercial spaces, there are tools and services available, but it is still a back room effort here in higher education. I thought I’d throw this page together for a landing place for our research efforts … at least for the time being. Feel free to browse this space and as always, contact us or leave comments. Thanks.

ARTICLES

Content Delivery in the ‘Blogosphere’
Richard E. Ferdig, Ph.D., and Kaye D. Trammell, University of Florida
T.H.E. Journal Online: Technological Horizons in Education

The Blogs are a Comin’
Con Rodi
Center for Human-Computer Interaction and Department of Computer Science
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech)

Functions of New Media: Understanding Weblogs
(a major challenge to make the study manageable and get comparative information)
Eric C. Williams

Blogging as a Course Management Tool
Jon Baggaley

An Exploratory Analysis of Weblogs
Michael Tyworth

DOCUMENTS FROM PROQUEST

Back-to-School Blogging
BROCK READ. The Chronicle of Higher Education. Washington: Sep 3, 2004. Vol. 51, Iss. 02; p. A.35

Classroom Use Of Web Logs Raises Concerns
Kevin J. Delaney. Wall Street Journal (Eastern edition). New York, N.Y.: Oct 27, 2004. p. B.1

Educational Blogging
Stephen Downes. EDUCAUSE Review. Boulder: Sep/Oct 2004. Vol. 39, Iss. 5; p. 14

A Student Pundit’s Venture Into Poli-Cyberspace
ANDREA L. FOSTER. The Chronicle of Higher Education. Washington: Aug 13, 2004. Vol. 50, Iss. 49; p. A.33

Composing at the keyboard Taking their passions to the web, bloggers invigorate classical music scene; [Home Edition]
PIERRE RUHE. The Atlanta Journal – Constitution. Atlanta, Ga.: Feb 6, 2005. p. L.1

‘Blogs’ Help Educators Share Ideas, Air Frustrations
Mark Toner. Education Week. Washington: Jan 14, 2004. Vol. 23, Iss. 18; p. 8

Blogging and blogspots: An alternative format for encouraging reflective practice among preservice teachers
Gary M Stiler, Thomas Philleo. Education. Chula Vista: Summer 2003. Vol. 123, Iss. 4; p. 789

Put another (B)log on the wire: Publishing learning logs as weblogs
Christian Wagner. Journal of Information Systems Education. West Lafayette: Jul 2003. Vol. 14, Iss. 2; p. 131


Scholars Who Blog

DAVID GLENN. The Chronicle of Higher Education. Washington: Jun 6, 2003. Vol. 49, Iss. 39; p. A.14

‘Blogs’: The latest option in raising your voice online
Reid Goldsborough. Consumers’ Research Magazine. Washington: Jun 2003. Vol. 86, Iss. 6; p. 32

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