Published on October 14, 2007
The use of weblogs as tools for collaboration and learning in the Greek teachers’ online community Μ. Vivitsou, Α. Gkikas, Ν. Minaoglou, D. Konetas, Il. Oikonomakos, S. Papadimitriou, Ν. Lambropoulou, Μ. Paraskevas Adapted from material presented at EEEP Conference 6-7 Oct. 2007
(We)blog=? • A journal? •Reflection • A news filter? •Individual work • A story log? •Interaction •Collaborative work • Static website 2
The components 3
The basics 4
User personalisation 5
•User control over data •User-friendliness •Participation •More than textual content (image, video etc) •Communication, collaboration, sharing •Social networking 6
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