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Further Reading

 

Blog Bibliography 

 

Ben Curran & Nell Wetherbee: I Think Therefore I Blog: ebook on using Blogger

 

Davis, A., & McGreal, E. (2007). Lessons learning from blogging with elementary and university students. NECC paper.

 

Freedman, T. (2006). Blog literacy. Techlearning blog

 

Ganley, B. (2006). Pedagogical underpinnings of blogs in the classroom. BgBlogging.

 

Hethering, M. (2006). How to setup a student centered blog.

 

Hunt, B. (2007). Framing blogging--Making connections. Bud the Teacher.

 

Hurlburt, S.  (2008). Defining tools for a new learning space: Writing and reading class blogs.  Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 4(2).  

 

Leccese, M., & Lanson, J. (2016). The elements of blogging expanding the conversation of journalism. New York: Routledge. 

 

Lindren, T. (2005)  Blogging places:  Locating pedagogy in the whereness of Weblogs.  Kairos, 10(1).

 

Lomborg, S.  (2009).  Navigating the blogosphere: Towards a genre-based typology of weblogs.  First Monday, 14(5).

 

Loving, C. C., Schroeder, C., Kang, R., Shimek, C., & Herbert, B. (2007). Blogs: Enhancing links in a professional learning community of science and mathematics teachers. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education [Online serial], 7(3). 

 

Quiggin, J. (2006). Blogs, wikis and creative innovation. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 9(4)

 

Ray, B. B., & Coulter, G. A. (2008). Reflective practices among language arts teachers: The use of weblogs. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 8(1)

 

Reynard, R. (2008).  Avoiding the 5 most common mistakes in using blogs with students. Campus Technology

 

Waters, S.  (2013).  The State of Educational Blogging in 2013.  The Edublogger

 

Waters. S.  (2012).  The State of Educational Blogging in 2012.  The Edublogger

 

Windham, C. (2007). Reflecting, Writing, and Responding: Reason Students Blog. Educause.

 

Witte, S. (2007). “That’s online writing, not boring school writing”: Writing with blogs and the Talkback Project. Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 51(2).

 

Zawilinski, L. (2009, May). HOT blogging: A framework for blogging to promote higher order thinking. The Reading Teacher, 62(8), 650–661.

 

Zhao, R.  (2013).  Introducing blogs into a developmental writing class.  Computers and Composition.

 

 

Books on Blogging

 

Hill, B.  (2006).  Blogging For Dummies.  Wiley.

 

Holzner, S.  (2006).  Secrets of RSS.  PeachPit Press.

 

Jamieson, C.  (2006).  Create Your Own Photo Blog.  Wiley.

 

Kline, D., Burstein, D., & De Keijzer, A. J.  (2005).  Blog!  CDS Books.

 

Leccese, M., & Lanson, J. (2016). The elements of blogging expanding the conversation of journalism. New York: Routledge.

 

Meloni, J. C.  (2005).  Blogging in a Snap.  Sams.

 

Stone, B.  (2004).  Who Let the Blogs Out? : A Hyperconnected Peek at the World of Weblogs. St. Martin's Griffin.

 

Verdi, M., & Hodson, R. (2006).  Secrets of Videoblogging.  PeachPit Press.

 

Yang, J. (2006).  The Rough Guide to Blogging.  Rough Guides.

 

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