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Update on My Blogging4Learning Project

My Blogging4Learning project continues. I've set up a newbie survey that I'm planning to share next week so I can start collecting some data. I've also been working with Shari, my Web 2.0 case study--here's the latest from our call today.

I'm realizing that I need to go back to looking at the different blog post formats. I can't say that I'm completely keeping up with my original intention to have those drive how I go about learning things in this process. Not that I can't change things up, but I need to make sure that how I change my strategies makes sense and isn't going to interfere with some of what I wanted to learn on a meta level about how the posting formats might actually drive research and learning. Be sure to check out the other bloggers who've agreed to join me in this.


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