Pulman, A. and Worth, A., 2006. Blogging @ Bournemouth University: next generation implications. In: ALT-C 2006 - the next generation, 5-7 September 2006, Edinburgh, Scotland. (Unpublished)
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The Blogging @ Bournemouth University project commenced in July 2005 and has been running for over a year. It aims to research blogging, examining current good practice and focusing on the emergent area of edublogging (the educational use of blogs). The project has also initiated a range of case studies with staff and students from two Academic schools - the Institute of Health & Community Studies and Services Management - using a variety of blogging tools hosted externally and internally. This paper brings together the project findings so far to provide a thought provoking evaluation which will help to inform future strategy regarding the use of blogs as learning and teaching tools at Bournemouth University.
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