04 août 2018

Dix ans pour ce blog

Alternatives EconomiquesSur le blog de Michel Abhervé. Il y a exactement dix ans, le 8 juillet 2008, paraissait le premier article de ce blog sous le titre Présentation de ce blogDix ans après nous pouvons considérer qu'il est resté fidèle aux objectifs affichés. Plus...

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11 juillet 2018

Is Blogging Unscholarly?

Is Blogging Unscholarly?
Carl Straumsheim, Inside Higher Ed, January 29, 2014
I think this is a tempest in a teapot, but at the same time, I think it's a harbinger of debates to come. The proposed motion (which will probably be defeated) would prohibit journal editors for a small academic society from blogging, as blogging is an 'unscholarly' activity. More...

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Udacity 2013 Yearbook

Udacity 2013 Yearbook
Brenna Van Norman, Udacity Blog, January 2, 2014
After its late-year 'pivot' and Sebastian Thrun's "we make lousy software" remark, this is actually printed in the Udacity blog: "2013 was a great year with a lot of new milestones." So how is the pivot going. More...

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09 juillet 2018

Scholars Who Blog

Scholars Who Blog
The Chronicle discovers blogging - and some of the dynamics of the new medium - with a wide-eyed "gee whiz" kind of story. Among the surprises noted by the author: scholars who write about topics outside their areas of expertise and students who are able to converse as peers with professors. More...

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Weblogs and Discourse

Weblogs and Discourse
Interesting paper from last week's Blogtalk conference in which the author describes how blogs can help educators achieve their 'hidden agenda' - fostering reflection, critical thinking and interdisciplinary discourse. There's a lot of good thinking in this paper but the important bit is only touched on tangentally. More...

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Online Learning 2003 Weblogue: Straight Talk About Online Learning

Online Learning 2003 Weblogue: Straight Talk About Online Learning
When I first read Dave's Winer's What Makes a Weblog a Weblog article I scoffed at it as just another academic exercise. But the very next day this site launched in which pundit Lance Dublin announces what he calls a 'weblogue' for the Online Learning conference in Los Angeles. More...

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04 juillet 2018

If You Really Want to Know, Ask a Blogger

If You Really Want to Know, Ask a Blogger
This nice article hammers home some points that traditional news media ought to keep in mind: Because bloggers are often experts in a field, and journalists are often not, the information found in a blog may frequently be more accurate than the information found in a corresponding news article. More...

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02 juillet 2018

Les responsables d'un blog politique ne peuvent pas être anonymes

Publié par le site spécialisé Légalis, un jugement du tribunal de grande instance (TGI) de Caen apporte des précisions intéressantes sur les obligations des blogs à caractère politique. Plus...

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Pour mieux recruter vos candidats, tenez un blog !

Focus RH - Gestion de carrière et évolution professionnellePar Caroline Vincelet. Avoir un blog carrières aujourd’hui est un atout de taille pour attirer vos candidats. Oui, mais seulement si votre prise de parole dépasse le stade corporate et s’adapte aux attentes réelles de vos cibles. Voici quelques éléments à prendre en compte pour mener votre projet à bien. Plus...

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26 juin 2018

The Truth of Weblogs

The Truth of Weblogs
Short article that makes an interesting point. Before weblogs, we had two choices: objective reporting, conducted by independent professionals, or subjective opinion, conducted by partisans or advocates. More...

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