This evening I shared some ideas about interactive writing in a webinar series on digital writing hosted by Texas technology directors Miguel Guhlin and Diana Benner. These are a few of the links shared by Miguel and Colleen Rose (a participant from Northwestern Ontario) during our session. If you use a free offline web reading service like Pocket (which I love and adore) these are super links to add to your reading queue.

  1. Research on Blogs and Perception
  2. What’s the Big Deal about Blogs?
  3. Digital Portfolios
  4. Using KidBlog to publish student work
  5. Breaking the Mold: Using Technology to Help Introverts Share Their Thoughts in School

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