7 thoughts on “weblog bibliography

  1. Andrea

    Hi Jill, sorry your link doesn’t work – was it Lois’ one you were talking about?

  2. Lars Devold

    Where’s the bibliography? I can’t find it.

  3. Peter

    The link points to this article, rather than to a bibliography?

  4. drgaffel

    Um, the link seems to be broken… 🙂

  5. chriggi

    You linked to jilltxt.net – so that’s the fantastic bibliography 🙂

  6. Jill

    Oops! Well, uh, sure, jilltxt.net’s an awesome site, but that’s not what I meant! I fixed the link, should work now!

  7. Rino's Blog

    Een weblog als [onderwijs-] communicatiemiddel

    Ik heb al eens eerder kort uitgelegd waarom ik een MovableType weblog voor mijn onderwijs ben gaan gebruiken, naast het obligate Blackboard. Het komt er gewoon op neer dat ik vind dat de cummunicatieve vaardigheden van een weblog gewoon beter…

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