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Blogs versus Wikis

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Blogs vs. Wikis: The Cage Match

 

 

Blogs Wikis
More structured -- reverse chronological Less structured -- can become what you want it to be
People have ownership over what they write and only they can edit it Completely egalitarian -- students feel on the same level as instructor
Best for things that can be kept in chronological order - things that do not have to be in a directory style set up Best for creating a knowledgebase, set of documents. or directory
Lends itself well to reflective writing and dialogue Great for working in groups because everyone has equal editing rights
More pressure to post if each person has their own blog Really have to trust your students

 

 

 

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