Some students from my college who are studying abroad this summer are doing a group blog about their experiences. I’ve only had one of these students (Leslie) in class before, but if all the contributors are at her level of intelligence, then I’d say the blog is in good shape. I think blogging in this context is good for the students and for the institution.
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