Weblogs as dynamic learning spaces. Marica Ševelj | 3 July 2006. Distance learning is perceived and experienced by many as a lonely way to learn. http://elgg.net/dtosh/weblog/398.html. Blogging geyser.
Marica Ševelj | 3 July 2006
This sudden growth was like a geyser: dramatic, unpredictable, and trending vertical.
Rebecca Blood (2002)
Scoble & Israel (2006)
This just seems to me to be closer to theway we learn outside of school, and I see those thingssorely lacking anywhere in traditional education.
… the learning cycle arises naturally from the structure of the brain.
Zull (2002) The art of changing the brain
We learn from the outside in, and from the inside out.
Drs Fernette and Brock Eide (2005)
"A LOT of people spend a lot more than $US3000 a year on their hobbies," James Farmer says, laughing.
His hobby may be better described as a quasi-religious quest: he preaches a gospel of interactive learning.
At his web portal, edublogs.org, teachers and students can set up free blogs using WordPress, an open-source tool.
Their blogs soon developedbeyond digital ethnographers’ journalsinto a hybrid between a journal, academic publishing, storage space for links and site for academic discourse.Research tool
Torill Mortensen & Jill Walker (2002)
Blogs are dynamic learning spaces. They can break down the isolation of distance learning through ever-expanding virtual learning communities.