Blogit yliopisto-opetuksessa

Valikoima artikkeleita viime vuosilta ilmestymisjärjestyksessä. Sivu tehty 5.9.2005 ja päivitetty viimeksi 24.2.2006 (31 artikkelia)

"I think it’s the most beautiful tool of the world and it allows us the most magic thing..." —Florence Dassylva-Simard, fifth-grade student




8 uutta artikkelia - lisätty Verkkopedaseurantablogiin 3.2.2006



Personal Publishing and Media Literacy, Hoem Jon & Schwebs Ture (Norway) - lisätty Verkkopedaseurantablogiin 11.12.2005

Tim Lindgren, Blogging Places: Locating Pedagogy in the Whereness of Weblogs, Kairos 10.1 Fall 2005  Lisätty 17.10.2005.  

Many in the field of Composition and Rhetoric are currently considering the role blogging might play in the writing classroom. However, because blogging is a highly adaptable and continually evolving genre, determining this role depends on the pedagogical approach one adopts and the kind of blogging one has in mind.

Tim Lindgren is currently a doctoral candidate in the English Department at Boston College where he is specializing in Composition and Rhetoric. His dissertation research focuses on the genre of place blogging and examines how composing with locative media can foster a deeper sense of place and create meaningful local knowledge.

Jere Majava, Helsingin yliopisto, Kohti avointa oppimista: Henkilökohtaiset weblogit opetuksessa, Piirtoheitin 2 (1/2005)

Nelli Hankonen, Helsingin yliopisto, Weblogit kollokvion ryhmäpäiväkirjojen työstämisen areenana, Piirtoheitin 2 (1/2005)

Teppo Moisio, Helsingin yliopisto, Miksi opiskelijan kannattaa blogata?, Piirtoheitin 2 (1/2005)

Gavin Sade: Weblogs as Open Constructive Learning Environments, Blogtalk Downunder May 19-22.2005 Sydney

Marcus O’Donnell: Blogging as pedagogic practice: artefact and ecology, Blogtalk Downunder May 19-22.2005 Sydney

Lisa Wise: Blogs versus discussion forums in postgraduate online continuing medical education, Blogtalk Downunder May 19-22.2005 Sydney

Helen S Du. Christian Wagner. Department of Information Systems. City University of Hong Kong Learning with Weblogs: An Empirical Investigation, Proceedings of the38th Hawaiji International Conference on System Sciences 2005

Bud Gibson A Learning Blogosphere (2): The Long Tail The Community Engine Blog  (News, tools, and analysis for innovating in the information economy) 10.3.2005

Bud Gibson, A Learning Blogosphere (1): Into the Deep, The Community Engine Blog  (News, tools, and analysis for innovating in the information economy) 1.3.2005

Martin Weller, Chris Pegler and Robin Mason, Use of innovative technologies on an e-learning course, The Internet and Higher Education Volume 8, Issue 1,  (1st Quarter 2005) Pages 61-71.



Charles Lowe, Purdue University, and Terra Williams, Arizona State University, Moving to the Public: Weblogs in the Writing Classroom, Blogosphere October 18, 2004

James Farmer, Communication dynamics: Discussion boards, weblogs and the development of communities of inquiry in online learning environments, James Farmer's Technology, Community & Pedagogy Weblog, October 5th, 2004

Steven D. Krause, Eastern Michigan University, When Blogging Goes Bad: A Cautionary Tale About Blogs, Emailing Lists, Discussion, and Interactio, Kairos Vol 9.1 Fall 2004

Stephen Downes, E-Learning Research Group, National Research Council Canada Educational Blogging, September/October 2004 Volume 39, Number 5

Peter Baumgartner, FernUniversitaet Hagen, The Zen Art of Teaching - Communication and Interactions in eEducation. ICL conference in Villach, Austria 30.9, 2004

Leif Pullich, FernUniversitaet Hagen,  Usage of weblogs in Festum – a distance education program for teachers, ICL conference in Villach, Austria 30.9, 2004

Ingrid Bergner, Innsbruck University Weblogs - Virtual Discussion in Educational Settings. ICL conference in Villach, Austria 30.9, 2004

Jeremy B Williams Universitas 21 Global Joanne Jacobs Queensland University of Technology, Exploring the use of blogs as learning spaces in the higher education sector, Australasian Journal of Educational Technology 2004, 20(2), 232-247.



Sebastian Fiedler MEd Instructional Technology  University of Georgia, USA,  Personal Webpublishing as a reflective conversational tool for self-organized learning, BlogTalk 2003 in Vienna ­ May 23rd-24th 2003

Weblogs and Discourse Weblogs as a transformational technology for higher education and academic research Blogtalk Conference Paper, Vienna, May 23rd-24th 2003 by Oliver Wrede Aachen University