End of the miniLegends?

Al Upton has been asked to take down his blog for his grade 3 kiddos and has complied. He obtained permissions slips from parents and has violated no laws. The concerns stemmed from one parent’s concern regarding the fact his child’s photo was on the internet (despite the fact that permission slips were issued) and the fact that there were calls made to experienced adult bloggers to mentor the children blogging. The blog was disabled…

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Vox Popping

I’m conducting an experiment with the first podcast of 2008 for edna’s E-learning Insights – letting the listeners provide ME with audio and content! So far so good, have had about 10 responses, 7 audio and 3 via email.  The topic is blogging and the question is: Do you blog and/or read other people’s blogs?  If so, why? If not, why not? I’ve set up an online voice board (think a forum but with audio rather…

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