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Blogging@Schools

What It Is, How It Works, and Great Ways to Use It

Internet@Schools East
March 18, 2005

Blogging has rapidly become the newest essential tool for the savvy educator. And you don’t have to be a “techie” to do it...Susan Herzog and Catherine Tannahill will help you learn to use Weblogs, or “blogs,” to communicate with students and parents about library programs or new book acquisitions… or whatever else you want...They ’ll demonstrate how you can publish and archive student work and more, showing you a wide variety of educational blogs along the way.

Susan Herzog, Information Literacy Librarian
Catherine Tannahill, Assistant Professor, Education Department
Eastern Connecticut State University, Willimantic, CT
Lara Zeises, Young Adult Author, Wilmington, DE

I'm Susan Herzog, Information Literacy Librarian @ Eastern Connecticut State University. This blog is part of my blogging presentations.

http://bloggingatschool.blogspot.com/