Blogs, Journals and Wikis
Blogs, Journals and Wikis give students the opportunity to share and construct knowledge. Students can benefit from comments from peers and the instructor as they interact, collaborate, and share information, resources, opinions, and ideas. These communication tools provide the opportunity for instructors to build rich assignments and offer another way for evaluating students. Blogs, Journals and Wikis can be essential tools you can use to offer students constructive comments, guidance, and assessment.
Blogs allow students to post reflections that can be shared and commented on by all members of the class.
|What is a blog|
|Creating a Blog|
|Editing and Managing Blogs|
|Creating and Editing Blog Entries|
|Editing a Blog Entry|
|Commenting on a blog|
Journals are a space for students to post reflections that can only be seen and commented on by the instructor.
|Best Practice: Benefits of Reflective Learning|
|Creating a Journal|
|Editing and Managing Journal|
|Creating and Editing a Journal Entry|
|Commenting on a Journal Entry|
A WIKI is a collaborative webpage, allowing students to work together to build content and share ideas.
|What is WIKI|
|Creating a WIKI|
|Editing WIKI pages|
|Linking WIKI pages|
|Viewing WIKI page history|
|Adding Rich Content to WIKIS|