10 ways to use UMW Blogs

About two weeks ago I asked Joe and Shannon started a wiki page at UMW Blogs outlining ten possible ways to use UMW Blogs. Soon after I went in and re-arranged, added, edited, etc. Last week DTLT’s newest ITS star for the Social Sciences, Michael Willits (who now gets a link back because he has finally announced he is moving off TypePad to WordPress ) ), gave some feedback on the list in the wiki page.

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So, given that the list won’t ever really be done, and in the interest of making it available sooner than later you can find the wiki page here, and keep in mind that it is open for anyone to edit. So, if you are inclined to comment, edit, add another example, or re-use the list, please do. I have borrowed liberally from Andre Malan’s post here when doing the course blogs section, and the general idea is based on James Farmer’s 10 ways to use your edublog to teach.
Here is a quick breakdown of the ten uses:

* 1 Ten ways to use UMW Blogs
o 1.1 Personal Blogging
o 1.2 Courses
+ 1.2.1 A Group Blog
+ 1.2.2 A Ghost Blog
+ 1.2.3 An Aggregated Course Blog
o 1.3 E-Portfolios
o 1.4 Websites
o 1.5 News
o 1.6 Collaboration
o 1.7 Publications
o 1.8 Multimedia
o 1.9 Creating New Web Applications
o 1.10 Presentations

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