David Miller at Emerging Perceptions says:
“Blogging works best when it is a part of a persons life, meaning that it is a way that they work rather than a course requirement. It works best when it is owned by the individual student rather than being an element of a class they are taking. It works best when it is not forced. In short it cannot belong to the institution and it can rarely work as a requirement….”
And goes on to outline a couple of ways that we might avoid en edublogging death by a thousand cuts. Interesting ideas, adding them to the mental mix!