Blogging in Education

I started the new school year with the launch of a video on using Twitter in Education. This was compiled as part of project in conjunction with #ictedu. The purpose of this collaboration is to  help extend the reach of the excellent #ictedu annual conferences run in May every year.

The “sequel” to this video will be launched in October and will concentrate on the use of Blogs in Education. Similar to its predecessor this video will span all levels of education, including contribution from staff and students. We would welcome contributions for anybody involved in education please contact me via @glynnmark. The contribution can be in the form of a series of pictures forming a slide show e.g. powerpoint or recorded interviews or even some links to websites relevant to Blogs in education that you feel are worth promoting.

The aim is to have several videos compiled throughout the year with examples, hints, tips and tutorials for educators on how to integrate technology into the classroom. So watch this space 🙂

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About Mark Glynn

Head of Teaching Enhancement Unit, Dublin City University

Posted on September 4, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

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    Do you have more blogposts such as this specific one titled, Blogging in Education Technology Enhanced Learning?
    I really would like to read through even a lot more about it.

    Thanks for your time.

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