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Educational Blogging by Mind Map: Educational Blogging
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Educational Blogging

Audience

Identify

Define

engage with - respond to comments

Invite them to read

Update regularly

The discuss seem to indicate that individual bloggers have diffrent blogging rythms. The concensus was that frequency of posting is not necessarily related to quality of content.  

productivity

New node

Invite contributions

Ask for comments

Guest writers

Issues with anonymity

Just like anything, you shouldn't assume anonymity

Don't write anything you'd regret later

If it gets quoted as your opinion, are you happy?

If it gets quoted as your employer's opinion, are you happy?

If your boss reads it...

Time management

hyperlinking

referencing

formatting

techy stuff / backend

Don't worry about no blogging regularly

team/ shared blogs

class blogs

Being consistent with your blog's voice

Why Blog?

Reflection

Writing for a blog provides a space for reflection

Psycho-social release

Ego

Sharing ideas

Quote: Anne Frank: "People will always follow a good example; be the one to set a good example, then it wont be long before others follow" ......

To "sell" your ideas, or those of your organisation/school

giving students an audience to write for

To improve communication with a wider audience

neophyte bloggers

issues

Content: What to Blog?

topical

reflective

technical

media

advocacy

debates

promoting your blog

Mirandanet directory?

Twitter

Add your blog as your profile URL

Tweet blog updates (sparingly!)

guest posting on other blogs

commenting on other blogs (you can usually link to your blog in the title)

teacher forums - put the address in your signature

Show up on the search engines