Principles for Posting to Your Weblog

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Unformatted text preview: Principles for Posting to Your Weblog You'll do a lot of the writing for this class in your individual weblog space on the course website. You can access your weblog via your my account page. One way to think of a weblog or blog is as a journal. However, unlike a journal that you might keep at home (as well as most if not all of the writing you have done in school before), your blog space is public. Your fellow class members will be invited to read your blog. Classmates will respond to your posts with comments and replies. Group members will review notes you take when doing research. And, of course, since it's on the Internet, other Web readers may encounter your writing and take a look at what you have to say. In addition to the individual weblog space that everyone has, the home page of our course website is a community blog space where anyone can post. While most of your blog writing will be posted to your individual weblog, we'll use the home page as a place to promote discussion among all class members. For individual weblog, we'll use the home page as a place to promote discussion among all class members....
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