Blogs and Blogging, Part I

Lamb, Annette; Johnson, Larry
April 2006
School Library Media Activities Monthly;Apr2006, Vol. 22 Issue 8, p40
Discusses the use of blogs and blogging in education. Nature of blogs; Results of a study on the popularity of blogs; Basics of blogging; Advantages of blogs as information resources.


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