Blogs and Journals in duo
Blogs and journals in duo allow students to create sequential posts using text, images and video. Other students can comment, and instructors have the option to assign marks.
Best practice advice and examples for blogs and journals
Duarte, P. (2015) ‘The use of a group blog to actively support learning activities’, Active Learning in Higher Education, 16(2): 103-117.
Garcia, E., Elbeltagi, I., Brown, M. and Dungay, K. (2015) ‘The implications of a connectivist learning blog model and the changing role of teaching and learning’, British Journal of Educational Technology, 46(4): 877-894.
Yilmaz, F.G.K. and Keser, H. (2016) ‘The impact of reflective thinking activities in e-learning: A critical review of the empirical research’, Computers & Education, 95: 163-173.