Weblog Webliography

  1. Anatomy of a Weblog by Cameron Barrett
  2. Are Weblogs Changing Our Culture? by Andrew Sullivan and Kurt Andersen
  3. Are You Blogging Yet? by Pam Berger
  4. An Argumentation Analysis of Weblog Conversations by Aldo de Moor and Lilia Efimova
  5. Battlecat Then, Battlecat Now: Temporal Shifts, Hyperlinking and Database Subjectivities by Kylie Jarrett
  6. The Art of Blogging - Part 1 by George Siemens
  7. The Art of Blogging - Part 2 by George Siemens
  8. Big List of Blog Search Engines by Ari Paparo
  9. 'Big Media' Meets the 'Bloggers': Coverage of Trent Lott's at Strom Thurmond's Birthday Party by Esther Scott
  10. Blog, Blog, Blog: Experiences with Web Logs in Journalism Classes by Eric Wiltse
  11. Blog Glossary from samizdata.net
  12. The Blog Realm: RSS, Aggregators, and Reading the Blog Fantastic by Greg R. Notess
  13. Blog Research and References by Kaye Trammel
  14. Blog Survey: Expectations of Privacy and Accountability by Viégas Fernanda
  15. BlogBib: Select Librarian/Library Blogs by Susan Herzog
  16. Bloggers and Their Blogs: A Depiction of the Users and Usage of Weblogs on the World Wide Web by Christine R. Carl, A.B.
  17. Bloggers vs. Journalists is Over by Jay Rosen
  18. Blogging by Bobby Hobgood
  19. Blogging: One Firm's Experience by Karen Lasnick and Julie Weber
  20. Blogging about Blogging from Everything2
  21. Blogging Across the Curriculum by Pattie Belle Hastings
  22. Blogging and RSS — The "What's It?" and "How To" of Powerful New Web Tools for Educators by Will Richardson
  23. Blogging and the eCommunication Paradigms: 10 Principles of the New Media Scenario by Jose Luis Orihuela
  24. Blogging as a Form of Journalism by J. D. Lasica
  25. Blogging as Social Action: A Genre Analysis of the Weblog by Carolyn R. Miller and Dawn Shepherd
  26. The Blogging Iceberg by Jeffrey Henning
  27. Blogging and Presence Online by Barbara Deiu
  28. Blogging in an Online Course: A Report on Student Satisfaction Among First-time Bloggers by Suart Glogoff
  29. Blogging to Learn by Anne Bartlett-Bragg
  30. Blogging and RSS - The "What's It?" and "How To" of Powerful New Web Tools for Educators by Will Richardson
  31. Blogging Thoughts: Personal Publiation as an Online Research Tool by Torill Mortensen & Jill Walker
  32. Blogosphere: the Emerging Media Ecosystem by John Hiler
  33. Blogs: Learn to Blog, Blog to Learn by Jay Cross
  34. Blogs by Kimbra Weeks
  35. Blogs & CMS's at Kairosnews
  36. Blogs and the "Social Weather" by Alexander Halavais
  37. Blogs as Virtual Communities: Identifying a Sense of Community in the Julie/Julia Project by Anita Blanchard
  38. Blogs: A Disruptive Technolgy Coming of Age? by Phillip D. Long
  39. Blogs as Disruptive Tech by John Hiler
  40. Blogs as Electronic Learning Journals by Laurie Armstrong and Dr. Marsha Berry
  41. Blogs as Collaborative Writing Tools: A Modest Experiment by Steven D. Krause
  42. Blogging as Social Activity, or, Would You Let 900 Million People Read Your Diary? by Bonnie A. Nardi, Diane J. Schiano, and Michelle Gumbrecht
  43. Blogs Help Personalize Information Sharing in Online and In-person Classes by George Shelton
  44. Blogs: Personal e-Learning Spaces by Reece Lamshed, Marsha Berry, and Laurie Armstrong
  45. Blogs Still Rare but Foster Community - Jonathan Dube
  46. Blogs: the Stickiness Factor by Lilia Efimova
  47. Bridging the Gap: A Genre Analysis of Weblogs by Susan C. Herring, Lois Ann Scheidt, Sabrina Bonus, and Elijah Wright
  48. The Call to Blog by Kevin Brooks
  49. Campus Communicatins & the Wisdom of Blogging by Sarah Roberts
  50. Can Blogs Help Students? by Rohini Kapur
  51. The (Classroom) Blog: A Moment for Literacy, A Moment for Giving Pause by Austin Lingerfelt
  52. A Closer Look at Weblogs by Cindy Curling
  53. A Collection of Articles about Blogging & RSS in the Library World by Amanda Etches-Johnson
  54. Common Visual Design Elements of Weblogs by Lois Scheidt and Elijah Wright
  55. Communication Over Exposure: The Rise of Blogs as a Product of Cybervoyeurism by Joanne Jacobs
  56. Comparing Blogs, Wikis, and Discussion Boards as Collaborative Learning Tools by Susan L. Connell
  57. Conversations in the Blogosphere: An Analysis "From the Bottom Up" by Susan C. Herring, Inna Kouper, John C. Paolillo, Lois Ann Scheidt, Michael Tyworth, Peter Welsch, Elijah Wright, and Ning Yu
  58. The Cost of Ethics: Influence Peddling in the Blogosphere by J. D. Lasica
  59. Creating a Writing Course Utilizing Class and Student Blogs by Andrew Johnson
  60. Creation of a Learning Landscape: Weblogging and Social Networking in the Context of E-portfolios by David Tosh and Ben Werdmuller
  61. Culture Clash: Journalism and the Communal Ethos of the Blogosphere by Brian Caroll
  62. Deep Thinking about Weblogs by Andrew Grumet
  63. Deconstructing "You've Got Blog" by Joe Clark
  64. Diaries as Introspective Research Tools: From Ashton-Warner to Blogs by Renata Suzuki
  65. Discovering the Iceberg of Knowledge Work: A Weblog Case by Lilia Efimova
  66. Distributed Narrative: Telling Stories across Networks by Jill Walker
  67. Do-It-Yourself Broadcasting: Writing Weblogs in a Knowledge Society by Colin Lankshear and Michele Knobel
  68. Do You Blog? Weblogs for Educators by Randy Brown
  69. E-learning with Content Management Systems in schools Demonstrated with Sites in Manila by S. Gstrein and A. Jersabek
  70. Edublogs by ECOLE Network
  71. The Educated Blogger: Using Weblogs to Promote Literacy in the Classroom by David Huffaker
  72. Education Web Logs by Carol Holzberg
  73. Educational Blogging by Stephen Downes
  74. Educational Weblog Articles by Anne Davis and Sandy Peters
  75. Educational Weblogs: Whats & Whys by James Farmer
  76. Emerging Technologies: Blogs and Wikis: Environments for On-line Collaboration by Bob Godwin-Jones
  77. ePortfolios and Weblogs: One Vision for ePortfolio Development by David Tosh and Ben Werdmuller
  78. Exploring the Use of Blogs as Learning Spaces in the Higher Education Sector by Jeremy Williams and Joanne Jacobs
  79. Formation of Norms in a Blog Community by Carolyn Wei
  80. Free Speech -- Virtually by Jennifer Balderama
  81. Gender, Identity, and Language Use in Teenage Blogs by David A Huffaker and Sandra L. Calvert
  82. Geography of the Blogosphere: Representing the Culture, Ecology and Community of Weblogs by Nicholas Packwood
  83. Grassroots KM through Blogging by Maish Nichani andVenkat Rajamanickam
  84. Here Come the Weblogs by Jon Katz
  85. History of Weblogs by Dave Winer
  86. How Blogs Work in 7 Easy Pieces by SteamLine
  87. How Educators Are Using Weblogs from the Intel Innovator
  88. How to Blog Safely (About Work or Anything Else) from the EFF
  89. I propose a name for the intellectual cyberspace we bloggers occupy: The Blogosphere by William Quick
  90. I Have Seen the Future and It Blogs by Geoff Nunberg
  91. Imagining the Blogosphere: An Introduction to the Imagined Community of Instant Publishing by Graham Lampa
  92. In Search for a Virtual Settlement: An Exploration of Weblog Community Boundaries by Lilia Efimova and Stephanie Hendrick
  93. Instructors Increase Weblog Use as Aids by Julie Glaser
  94. Interview with Bradley Bleck on blogging in the literature classroom.



    from The International Handbook of Virtual Learning, drafts of chapters by Alexis Halavais:
  95. Collaborative Web Publishing as a Technology and a Practice by Alexis Halavais
  96. Weblogs as "Replacement" Educational Tech by Alexis Halavais
  97. The Open Classroom by Alexis Halavais
  98. Trips without the Field by Alexis Halavais
  99. New Apprenticeship by Alexis Halavais
  100. Timeless Education by Alexis Halavais
  101. Some Practical Implementation Issues by Alexis Halavais
  102. Collaborative Web Publishing in a Democratic Knowledge Society by Alexis Halavais




  103. Internet Diaries: School Discipline Questioned by Lisa Kim Bach
  104. Into the Blogosphere: Rhetoric, Community, and Culture of Weblogs edited by Laura J. Gurak, Smiljana Antonijevic, Laurie Johnson, Clancy Ratliff, and Jessica Reyman
  105. Introducing Disruptive Technologies for Learning: Personal Webpublishing and Weblogs by Sebastian Fiedler
  106. Introduction to Blogs and Blogging by Michael Stach
  107. Introduction: Weblogs, Rhetoric, Community, and Culture by Laura Gurak, Smiljana Antonijevic, Laurie Johnson, Clancy Ratliff, and Jessica Reyman
  108. An Introduction to Weblogs by Diego Doval
  109. An Introduction to Weblogs, Part Two: Syndication by Diego Doval
  110. Is Blogging a Fad? by Arnold Kling
  111. Is It Time To Get Blogging? by Blake Carver
  112. Justin Hall and the Birth of the 'Blogs by Rob Wittig
  113. K-Logging: Supporting KM with Web Logs by Michael Angeles
  114. The Labyrinth Unbound: Weblogs as Literature by Steve Himmer
  115. Learner Attitudes Towards a Tutor-Run Weblog in the EFL University Classroom by Aaron Patric Campbell
  116. A Learning Blogosphere (1): Into the Deep by Bud Gibson
  117. A Learning Blogosphere (2): The Long Tail by Bud Gibson
  118. Links, Lives, Logs: Presentation in the Dutch Blogosphere by Frank Schaap
  119. Making the Adjunct Visible: Normativity in Academia and Subversive Heteroglossia in the Invisible Adjunct Weblog Community by Clancy Ratliff
  120. More than Personal: The Impact of Weblogs by Stephen Downes
  121. Moving to the Public: Weblogs in the Writing Classroom by Charles Lowe and Terra Williams
  122. My Blog, My Outboard Brain by Cory Doctorow
  123. On the Trail of the Memex: Vannevar Bush, Weblogs and the Google Galaxy by Dennis G. Jerz
  124. One Path to the Blog by Ray Schroeder
  125. Open Source Weblog CMS's: An Alternative to Blackboard by Charles Lowe
  126. Parody Blogging and the Call of the Real by Trish Roberts-Miller
  127. Personal Knowledge Publishing and Its Use in Research by Sebastien Paquet
  128. Personal Publication and Public Attention by Torill Elvira Mortensen
  129. Personal Webpublishing as a Reflective Conversational Tool for Self-organized Learning by Sebastian Fiedler
  130. Power Laws, Weblogs, and Inequality by Clay Shirky
  131. Profs Join Students in Blogging Craze by Lindsey Paterson
  132. Promiscuous Fictions by Tyler Curtain
  133. Publishing a Project Weblog by Jon Udell
  134. Remediation, Genre, and Motivation: Key Concepts for Teaching with Weblogs by Kevin Brooks, Cindy Nichols, and Sybil Priebe
  135. RSS Quick Start Guide for Educators by Will Richardson
  136. Scaffolding for Struggling Students: Reading and Writing with Blogs - Sara Kajder and Glen Bull
  137. Scholars Discover Weblogs Pass Test as Mode of Communication by Mark Glaser
  138. Semantic Blogging and Bibliographies by Steve Cayzer and Paul Shabajee
  139. Sites of Resistance: Weblogs and Creative Commons Licenses by Clancy Ratliff
  140. The Spirit of Paulo Freire in Blogland: Struggling for a Knowledge-Log Revolution by Christine Boese
  141. Ten Tips For A Better Weblog by Rebecca Blood
  142. Theoretical and Practical Applications of Emergent Technology in ELT Classrooms; How the 'Blog' Can Change English Language Teaching by Jaon Reagin
  143. Understanding Weblogs: A Communicative Perspective by Elmine Wijnia
  144. Visual Blogs by Meredith Badger
  145. Visual Factors in Constructing Authenticity in Weblogs by Gary Thompson
  146. Wag the Blog: How Reliance on Traditional Media and the Internet Influence Credibility Perceptions of Weblogs Among Blog Users by Thomas J. Johnson and Barbara K. Kaye
  147. We Made Weblogs at School by Catriana and James
  148. We The Media. Grassroots Journalism by the People, for the People by Dan Gillmor
  149. Web de Blogs by José Luis Orihuela
  150. Weblog by Jill Walker
  151. Weblog from Wikipedia
  152. Weblog Ethics by Rebecca Blood
  153. Weblog Journalism: Between Infiltration and Integration by Jason Gallo
  154. Weblog Resources FAQ by Jorn Barger
  155. Weblogging: Another Kind of Website by Chris Ashley
  156. Weblogging at the Institut St-Joseph by Mario Asselin
  157. Weblogs: A History and Perspective by Rebecca Blood
  158. Weblogs: A New Source of News by J. D. Lasica
  159. Weblogs and Blogging - Part 1 by Laurel A. Clyde
  160. Weblogs and Blogging - Part 2 by Laurel A. Clyde
  161. Weblogs and Discourse : Weblogs As a Transformational Technology for Higher Education and Academic Research by Oliver Wrede
  162. Weblogs and the Mass Amateurization of Publishing by Clay Shirky
  163. (Weblogs and) The Mass Amateurisation of (Nearly) Everything... by Tom Coates
  164. Weblogs and the Public Sphere by Andrew Ó Baoill
  165. Weblogs and the Search for User-Driven Ethical Models by Richard Stevens
  166. Weblogs as a Bridging Genre by Susan C. Herring, Lois Ann Scheidt, Elijah Wright, and Sabrina Bonus
  167. Weblogs as Open Constructive Learning Environments by Gavin Sade
  168. Weblogs as a Disruptive Technology for Extension by Deborah Coates
  169. Weblogs as Community from Design for Community by Derek Powazek
  170. Weblogs for Use with ESL Classes by Aaron Campbell
  171. Weblogs in Education: Bringing the World to the Liberal Arts Classroom by Sarah Lohnes
  172. Weblogs in Education (video) by Will Richardson
  173. Weblogs in Education as Courseware by KO
  174. Weblogs, Part II: A Swiss Army website? by Chris Ashley
  175. Weblogs, Theory and Practice by Aaron Cope
  176. Welcome to the Blogosphere: Using Weblogs to Create Classroom Community by Thomas Nelson and Jan Ferhheimer
  177. What Are the Differences Between Message Boards and Weblogs? by Lee LeFever
  178. What Makes a Weblog a Weblog by Dave Winer
  179. What We're Doing When We Blog by Meg Hourihan
  180. What’s Really Going On With the Blogosphere? by Marcelo Vieta
  181. When Bloggers Commit Journalism by J. D. Lasica
  182. When the Audience Is the Producer: The Art of the Collaborative Weblog by Lou Rutigigliano
  183. When Blogging Goes Bad: A Cautionary Tale About Blogs, Email Lists, Discussion, and Interaction by Steven D. Krause
  184. Women and Children Last: The Discursive Construction of Weblogs by Susan C. Herring, Inna Kouper, Lois Ann Scheidt, and Elijah L. Wright
  185. Writing with Weblogs by Kristen Kennedy
  186. Writing with Weblogs: Reinventing Student Journals by Glen Bull, Gina Bull, and Sara Kajder
  187. Year of the Blog: Weblogs in the Writing Classroom by Barclay Barrios
  188. You Blog, We Blog: A Guide to How Teacher-Librarians Can Use Weblogs to Build Communication and Research Skills by Theresa Ross Embrey
  189. You've Got Blog: How to Put Your Business, Your Boyfriend, and Your Life On-line by Rebecca Mead

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Last updated 30 Sept 2006