Friday, September 24, 2004

I've been following some links on docendodiscimus, a weblog run by Peter Williams with content of interest to EFL teachers.

One link led to an interview at Weblogs in Education with Will Richardson, whose weblog Weblogg-ed.com is a great source of information for educators who want to use weblogs.

In the interview, Will says that "From a teaching standpoint," weblogs are perhaps best used as "online classroom portals, discussion sites, filing cabinets for handouts and syllabi, collaboration spaces and personal portfolios." He also thinks "the easiest place to start is to use the Weblog as a homepage for a class to post homework assignments, links, discussion questions."

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