Blogging for Your Students

Voelker, David
May 2007
Perspectives on History;May2007, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p28
The article focuses on the importance of blogging on the techniques in teaching history in the U.S. According to founder James Farmer of Edublogs, blogs are the tools that people are using to help them communicate better. Blogging for the students provides a way for the instructors to become comfortable with technology, wherein they can track grades and managing uploads.


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