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Blogging Presentation for Faculty at the University of Alberta

Randy and I presented a session this afternoon on edublogging to various faculty, teaching staff, and librarians at the University of Alberta. I think the session went very well, and we were grateful to have so many questions and to see so much interest in blogging tools. I've posted an HTML version of the presentation for others to look at. Thanks to Jenny Levine and a few other websites that served as great examples of blogging done right. Also worth noting, Randy has posted a .pdf of Throw Another Blog on the Wire, an article we co-wrote for Feliciter. Feel free to toss comments and feedback our way. For a little less of a library slant, you might be interested in a similar article we wrote for Dispatch, Weblogging on Campus and Beyond (p.13).