Anne is readying some new Web log related projects that involve literature. I love her rationale for the site:
Prior to this project, pairs of students journaled on spiral notebooks. Each pair benefited from their partner’s writings and responses but EduBlogs encourage discussion and interaction from many participants, not just a select few. They provide a way to build a website quickly and easily. Multiple software programs are not needed. Best of all, EduBlogs create a dynamic learning environment that encourages active engagement by both teacher and student. Students and teachers can become active participants on the Internet.
The best part is Anne is going to chronicle her practice at her “Literacy & Technology Instructor’s EduBlog.” If you want to teach with them, you have to use them, and this is a great example that I’ll be following closely.