Kessinger, Jesse Berge, Zane L. Blogs as an Instructional Medium; Malaysian Journal of Distance Education 11(2), 1-11 (2009) ; http://mjde.usm.my/vol11_2_2009.html
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Blogs are becoming more popular as an instructional medium. Yet many instructors do not know how blogs can be effectively used in instruction or their benefits and limitations. Without effective guidance, many instructors may avoid using them instructionally all together or use them in an ineffective manner. It is my hope that, with some direction and guidance, instructors can utilise this exciting tool to positive effect. This paper will give instructors guidance in utilising blogs as an instructional delivery medium and
clarify the strengths and limitations of the medium. While blogging has both benefits and limitations, it is clear that it is a useful instructional medium.
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