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Mobile Web 2.0Blogs in Online Education: Mobile Web 2.0Blogs in Online Education Body Level One Mobile Web 2.0Blogs in Online Education Body Level Two Mobile Web 2.0Blogs in Online Education Body Level Three Mobile Web 2.0Blogs in Online Education Body Level Four Mobile Web 2.0Blogs in Online Education Body Level Five Title Text: Title Text Critical success factors in Online Education: Title Text Technology: Title Text Blog Title Text The instructor: Title Text Attitude towards technology Title Text Teaching style Title Text Control of the technology Title Text Student's characteristics Title Text Prior experience; having a computer at home; personality Title Text Program in which students are enrolled Title Text Gender differences Title Text Country of origin http://elmu.umm.ac.id/file.php/1/jurnal/I/International%2520Journal%2520of%2520Educational%2520Management/Vol14.Issue6.2000/06014ec2.pdf Blog: Blog A blog (WeBLOG) is a website that contains dated entries in reverse chronological order (most recent first) about a particular topic. Blog Function as an online journal, blogs can be written by one person or a group of contributors Blog Several communication channels can be used: text, graphics, video, audio. http://www.answers.com/topic/blog Standard blog features: Standard blog features Easy posting Standard blog features Archives of previous posts Standard blog features A standalone webpage for each post to the blog with a unique URL Standard blog features Direct posting of high resolution photos from a cellphone http://www.biomedcentral.com/content/pdf/1472-6920-6-41.pdf Important blog features: Important blog features RSS feed Important blog features Comment system Important blog features Comment spam protection Important blog features Search Important blog features Social media integration Important blog features Contact method http://sixrevisions.com/user-interface/important-features-all-blogs-should-really-have/ Title Text: Title Text Options for instructors using blogs: Title Text Content-related blog as professional practice Title Text Networking and personal knowledge sharing Title Text Instructional tips for students Title Text Course announcements and readings Title Text Annotated links Title Text Knowledge management http://cdn.intechopen.com/pdfs-wm/8603.pdf Title Text: Title Text Options for students using blogs in a course include: Title Text Reflective or writing journals Title Text Knowledge management Title Text Assignment submission and review Title Text Dialogue for group-work Title Text E-portfolios Title Text Share course-related resources http://cdn.intechopen.com/pdfs-wm/8603.pdf Pedagogic benefits of blogging for students: Pedagogic benefits of blogging for students Assisting students to become subject matter experts through a process of regular scouring, filtering and posting. Pedagogic benefits of blogging for students Increasing student interest and ownership in learning. Pedagogic benefits of blogging for students Giving students legitimate chances to participate and enculturating them into a community of practice. Pedagogic benefits of blogging for students Providing opportunities for diverse perspectives. http://ijter.com/pdf%20files%20folder/JUNE%202013/P3.pdf Social learning: Social learning The conversation conducted within a blog brings the learner into a new social realm, a community of learning, and of learners. http://www.ascilite.org/conferences/auckland09/procs/young.pdf Social learning: Social learning Blogging offers students a chance to: Social learning Reflect on what they are writing and thinking as they write and think it. Social learning Carry on writing about a topic over a sustained period of time. Social learning Engage readers and audience in a sustained conversation that then leads to further writing and thinking. http://www.ascilite.org/conferences/auckland09/procs/young.pdf Title Text: Title Text Body Level One Title Text Body Level Two Title Text Body Level Three Title Text Body Level Four Title Text Body Level Five http://www.ascilite.org/conferences/auckland09/procs/young.pdf Title Text: Title Text Body Level One Title Text Body Level Two Title Text Body Level Three Title Text Body Level Four Title Text Body Level Five Source: http://www.edtechpost.ca/gems/matrix2.gif Examples of Medical Blogs: Examples of Medical Blogs Body Level One Examples of Medical Blogs Body Level Two Examples of Medical Blogs Body Level Three Examples of Medical Blogs Body Level Four Examples of Medical Blogs Body Level Five Title Text: Title Text Body Level One Title Text Body Level Two Title Text Body Level Three Title Text Body Level Four Title Text Body Level Five Title Text: Title Text Body Level One Title Text Body Level Two Title Text Body Level Three Title Text Body Level Four Title Text Body Level Five What are the downsides of blogs?: What are the downsides of blogs? Can include biased or inaccurate information. What are the downsides of blogs? Might include content that has been used without proper attribution. What are the downsides of blogs? Posts can be edited or deleted which makes blogs difficult to archive or index. What are the downsides of blogs? If hosted institutionally, blogs can be removed when a student graduates. http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ELI7006.pdf References and links: References and linkshttp://www.bgsu.edu/cconline/middlebrook/references.htmlReferences and linkshttp://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ELI7006.pdfReferences and linkshttp://www.clinicalcorrelations.orgReferences and linkshttp://www.sciencebasedmedicine.org

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