Evaluating Student Perceptions of Using Blogs in an Online Course
Evelyn Gullett, Mamata Bhandar, U21Global, Singapore
IJICTE Volume 6, Number 3, ISSN 1550-1876 Publisher: IGI Global
This article is based on an exploratory study on the use of blogs to support learning in an online MBA school. In this paper, the authors examine students’ perceptions toward blogs and their effectiveness. The study finds that although students are open to the idea of using blogs to enhance presentation and reflection of their learning, concerns exist on their suitability for threaded discussions in the presence of other platforms like threaded discussion boards. Therefore, what is less clear is the learning value and potential of blogs, especially that subset of learning that is orchestrated (and credentialed) by formal learning organisations.
Gullett, E. & Bhandar, M. (2010). Evaluating Student Perceptions of Using Blogs in an Online Course. International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education, 6(3), 64-74. IGI Global.
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