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University of Virginia and WPMu? Wahoo!

In September of 2007 Steve Stedman invited Patrick and I to UVA to talk about the work we were doing with WPMu and UMW Blogs. It was somewhat difficult to get folks to meet with us, and we really didn’t get a chance to frame out the work we were doing, although we did get […] Continue reading

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EdTechRoundup: Student Blogging and WPMu

This past Sunday I had the good fortune to be invited as part of a podcast to discuss using WPMu in educational institutions with a great group of educators primarily based in the UK.  It was a fun discussion, and I really liked hearing about the particular uses and challenges of blogging in the K-12 […] Continue reading

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