Added the link to the K-12 Blog Write site. Now just a matter of getting in there. Way too much going on…always it seems. And, I’m discovering, this aversion(?) to Manilla/Radio. Don’t know whay exactly. It just doesn’t seem that easy to navigate. I know the idea of threaded discussions is what I’d like to incorporate into my pages, but…just something about it that bothers me. I need to figure that out, and maybe if I start using it more, my qualms will be silenced (there’s a thought!)
Edublogs are everywhere! Salvor Gissurardottir who is at a teacher’s university in Iceland has been using weblogs with his grad students. He says “I teach at a teacher´s university in Iceland and have been using weblogs in all my courses for more than a year now. This semester I administer and teach a course with 28 students, it is at a graduate level and it is through distance education, we meet three times during the semester but otherwise it is distance. All students have webblogs and we also have several group weblogs. Here is one of the group weblogs (on the left border there are links to all the individual student weblogs and teacher weblogs).” Now if only I could read it. Still, Salvor is interested in joining the discussion with us.