Get blogging

24th October 2003 at 01:00
Have you caught up with blogging yet? It's the popular term for creating web logs (blogs). These are websites used to publish information of any kind and are really easy to create and have huge potential for education. A good example, A GeoExplorer's Diary, can be seen on the excellent GeoExplorer geography website run by Gavin Richards, a part-time geography and ICT teacher at Courtfields Community School in Wellington, Somerset.

The diary is written by friends of Gavin's who are travelling the world and his students regularly post questions. You can learn more about blogging in a feature in TES Online magazine on November 7.

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