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This Little Blog of Mine; I’m Going to Let it Shine

TCEA 2005
Austin, TX
February 11, 2005

Are you looking for quick, easy, and affordable vehicles to inform, publicize, or just enhance your curriculum? Don't know HTML or don't have the time or skills to create web pages? Blogging is rapidly becoming the newest essential tool for the savvy educator. Without knowing any HTML, you can create instant web content in a matter of minutes. Learn to use blogs to communicate with students and parents, archive and publish student work, and more.

Susan Herzog, Information Literacy Librarian
Catherine Tannahill, Assistant Professor, Education Department
Eastern Connecticut State University, Willimantic, CT


I'm Susan Herzog, Information Literacy Librarian @ Eastern Connecticut State University. This blog is part of my blogging presentations.

http://tcea.blogspot.com/