Home > Best blogged paper(s) Best blogged paper(s) -by- James Farmer last updated - Nov 21, 2012 11 Comments: jump to comments Follow Edublogs Facebook Twitter YouTube Flipboard Nominate your choice for best blogged paper(s) 11 Comments For 2004, surely the blog collection Into The Blogosphere(also using blog architecture) has to be my nomination! Tama / Nov 23, 2004 / What’s a blogged paper, anyway? Jill / Nov 23, 2004 / Derrick Morrison, Auricle for E-Learning Flexible Frameworks and Tools: Is it too late? – the Directors Cut http://www.bath.ac.uk/dacs/cdntl/pMachine/morriblog_more.php?id=315_0_4_10_M and Learning Material Repositories – Rafts or Battleships? – Part 1 & 2 http://www.bath.ac.uk/dacs/cdntl/pMachine/morriblog_more.php?id=291_0_4_0_M http://www.bath.ac.uk/dacs/cdntl/pMachine/morriblog_more.php?id=292_0_4_0_M Josie Fraser / Nov 23, 2004 / Stephen Downes, “The Buntine Oration: Learning Networks” http://www.downes.ca/cgi-bin/website/view.cgi?dbs=Article&key=1097292310 Scott Leslie / Nov 23, 2004 / I guess it’s a publication that has either been blogged or done the rounds in the blogosphere… either way when it comes to voting I figure peoplw will make up tehir own mind. Good questions knocking around though… really helping in forming some ideas for this! Cheers, James James Farmer / Nov 23, 2004 / Stephen Downes, Educational Blogging http://www.educause.edu/pub/er/erm04/erm0450.asp Anonymous / Nov 27, 2004 / Well, you bet I’m glad to see Educational Blogging in nomination… I will add This post from Martin Roell who inspired all of us in 2004… Anonymous / Nov 29, 2004 / Sorry, I just forgot to put my id; the recent nomination was not anonymous… Mario Asselin / Nov 29, 2004 / The Eyetrack III research got a little play in the blogosphere and it certainly is interesting stuff. Michael Feldstein / Nov 29, 2004 / I second the nomination of Eyetrack III. Eric Behrens / Nov 29, 2004 / Bridging the Gap: A Genre Analysis of Weblogs: it’s controversial, has been criticised a lot by lack of understanding of blogging culture, but provides a bit of cold shower for bloggers researching weblogs by showing our stereotypes about average weblog 🙂 Lilia / Dec 3, 2004 / Comments are closed.