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Having been at this blogging thing for less than a week, I'm also interested in finding out what needs it best serves. As of now, I'm thinking it may just well be the place where reporting on events, journalling, sharing ideas and meeting others all converge (at least that has been my experience this week).
Tanya Elias July 6, 2010 - 12:06pm
I also started blogging about two weeks ago. On my blog I am talking about using the Landing as well as whatever else pops into my head, both professional and social. I have it closed to those I follow only but really doubt that anyone is reading it. The fact is I enjoy writing it regardless.
I also have a small group working (3 AU faculty) on a project together on the Landing and a private group of one, me, working on a course development project. I lke the bookmarks and am bookmarking to my profile and my private group.
I came across Tanya the other day and enjoy her insights.
Caroline Park July 6, 2010 - 1:42pm
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