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Writing with Web Logs

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The article explains that as the Web increased, it allowed many opportunities to publish work online. Many educators have taken this innovative break in technology to publish course descriptions and build professional communities where they can share experiences, as well as publish student work. Broadcasting student work within the Web has many advantages. As stated from the read, “Web publication gives students a real audience to write to and, when optimized, a collaborative environment where they can give and receive feedback, mirroring the way professional writers use a workshop environment to hone their craft.”

The reason behind choosing this article as a favorite was due to the clear explanation on how web logs can be used within an educational setting. As a future educator, I would consider looking into the usage of web logs. Not only can I have the students document their works through online journal entries, but also it can give a visual documentation for the parents on what takes place within the classroom.