- All About Blogs
- Bee-coming a Webhead
- Blog – EFL
- Blogging for ELT
- Create Your Own ESL/EFL Weblogs
- Creating a Writing Course Utilizing Class and Student Blogs
- Dan’s Blog Resources
- Dear Ai
- ESL Blogs – info and examples
- Getting Started With Student Blogs
- Language Lab Unleashed
- Making Room for the Third World in the Second Superpower
- Moving at the Speed of Creativity
- Pain in the English
- Reconstruction – the Blog Issue
- Teaching Teachers
- The Linguist
- Thinking and Writing Wrinkles
- Weblogs for Use with ESL Classes
Reference List for Marlen’s Nara JALT Handout:
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- Devitt, A. (2004). Writing Genres. USA: Southern Illinois University Press.
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- Schwandt, T. (2001). Dictionary of Qualitative Inquiry. USA: Sage Publications, Inc.
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- Wenger, E. (2006). Communties of Practice. Ewenger.com. Retrieved on December 1st, 2006 from http://www.ewenger.com/theory/