The New Media Consortium (NMC) has published the above report which highlights six technologies with the underlying research suggesting these technologies will become very important to higher education over the next one to five years.
Take a dip at current and future development here.
Another interesting article that summarizes blogs and its advantages so well.
Particularly like this part:
Golub, who is also associate professor of English education at the University of South Florida, teaches future educators three central principles about encouraging student authorship: “Students will write when they have something to say, when they have an audience, and when they get feedback.”
Read the “The Challenge of Assessment” section if you need ideas on assessment.
Tested and discovered that the Search in blogger.com does not very well support CL input. Hence, the building of a teacher’s repository isn’t advisable as things will become ‘lost’ in no time.
Further tested the movabletype Search. It performs without problem when searching content in CL.