Using blogs for reflective writing

Practical pedagogy sessions

Find out how blogs can be used to foster student collaboration and reflection to improve engagement and interaction.

About this session

Do you know what a blog is or how it differs from a journal? Are you aware of how blogs can be used to foster online collaborative learning? Would you like to learn more about why teaching and professional staff might choose to use a blog and how you can set one up?

This session aims to answer all of these questions as well as provide you with ideas and examples of how blogs can be used to support teaching and learning initiatives. An overview of blog tools, links to references about how blogs are used across higher education and examples of they are used within the University will also be shared.

Presenters

Catherine Manning, Learning Environments
Academic guest – to be advised

Location

Elisabeth Murdoch building, Parkville

2017 sessions

Tuesday 5 September, 12.15-1.15pm

Registrations for this event are currently closed. Please check back closer to the session date, or express your interest in attending.

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