Lighting Lamps

Johnson, Doug
June 2008
Learning & Leading with Technology;Jun2008, Vol. 35 Issue 8, p17
The article focuses on the factors that educational bloggers must consider when engaging in blogging or other forms of Internet communication to ensure that the free speech rights are being followed. It emphasizes the significance of writing a blog by keeping in mind that a boss will be reading it and by focusing on topics that are globally relevant. It also mentions the importance of keeping in mind that the blog is for edited publications and is intended to create positive feedback from its readers.


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