Monday, April 04, 2005

Spring Break -- Time for Some Blog Homework

This post is primarily for the students currently enrolled in my blogging course, but feel free to keep reading if you'd like.
Gang, I hope that your individual Spring Breaks are off to a great start. I've enjoyed taking a rest from school -- as I'm sure that y'all have. However, there's not a lot of time this quarter, and we've got lots to talk about, so I've got some questions that I'd like for you to respond to. I'd like for you to write your responses as blog posts on your blogs, instead of comments here. But feel free to cross-post (put them both places) if you'd like.
These are the questions that I'd like for you to think about over the next day or two (I'll post my answers to them later today or tonight.):
1. Why do you use blogs? What do you currently use blogs for outside of school (If you do)?
2. What are some reasons why you think blogs might be useful at our school?
3. What are some potential problems that you see with blogging at school?
4. Should student blogs be made public for the world to see, or just our school community?

With each of these questions, please explain your answers. Thanks in advance for your thoughts on these! If you have questions that you think we should answer, post them on your blogs and we'll see them when we check our Bloglines accounts.

PS -- When I was spell-checking this entry, I discovered that Blogger's dictionary doesn't include the words "blog" or "blogging." Weird, huh?


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