Blogs for class

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Course blogs are one of the most popular uses for blogs at Georgetown. Created for either a single semester or extended use, a course blog offers students a responsive, user-friendly social system for interacting beyond the classroom. When set to "members only," it provides a safe, private extension for classroom conversation; when set to "public," it gives students the opportunity to engage with their classmates (and even others) in a public space.

Blogs are also commonly used for research or internships, as a way to keep notes and information in one place and to reflect on the experience as a whole.

For more information, and examples of class and student blogs, visit the | Commons Tools page.





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