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Keeping students engaged with online content has never been easier.
"Paper syllabi are officially outdated. Many professors make their course syllabi available online as a downloadable file, but an increasing few are actually turning their syllabi into interactive blogs, which we refer to as syllablogs.
The benefits to students are remarkable. A syllablog is a destination for students to download materials and interact with their professor and other students. For professors, a syllablog offers a place to constantly keep students informed about schedules, changes, projects, resources and feedback. With the right tools, a syllablog can also be easily updated and viewed on a mobile device. It’s a modern way to engage students, and it’s a task that can be accomplished relatively quickly with little investment. Here’s a guide to getting started."
Practical advice for using a blog to share a syllabus.
Very interesting, thank you.
A creative participatory process whereby students can be engaged in active and authentic learning on a deeper level.