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Blogtalk Downunder » Workshop - Up close and personal with weblogs

Blogtalk Downunder
   May 19-22, Sydney

Blogtalk Downunder

Workshop - Up close and personal with weblogs

Part 1: Introduction to weblogs & aggregation

Anatomy of a weblog - Blogsavvy

Let’s get ourselves a weblog and have a look under the hood - IncSub Blogs

So what’s this ‘aggregation’ thing then - incorporated subversion introduction

And an aggregator - Bloglines and some good blogs to start with.

Part 2: Weblogs compared to discussion boards, wikis and other forms of online communication

Some sample discussion boards

A sample wiki

A few papers:

Communication dynamics: Discussion boards, weblogs and the development of communities of inquiry in online learning environments


Centred Communication: Weblogs and aggregation in the organisation

Blogs versus discussion forums in postgraduate online continuing medical education

Part 3: The possibilities for weblogs

Weblogs in organisations are going strong - IBM / Sun / Microsoft plus Weblogs @ Harvard, Weblogs @ UPEI and many more.

Blogs in marketing and business - e.g. GM Blogs)

Blogs in Education - e.g. Friends World Program

Blogs in the Community
- e.g. Urban Vancouver

Blogging for Money e.g. Problogger

1 Comment

  1. Arrrggghh….I’m kicking myself for not tyring harder to get down there for these events. Sigh….wish I could be there.

    Hope Colin made it ok.

    Comment by Aaron Campbell — 19/5/2005 @ 12:29 pm

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