Über den Autor
Diane Penrod is professor of writing arts at Rowan University in Glassboro NJ. She directs the masters program in writing and is the site director for the National Writing Project at Rowan. Dr. Penrod was named a 2000 Outstanding Young Scholar in Postmodern Theory by IBC London.
1 Why Blog? 2 Blogging and New Literacies 3 Blogs as a New Writing Genre 4 Gender and Blogging 5 Ethnicity and Blogging 6 Blogs and Bullying 7 Encouraging Safe Blogging Practices 8 Integrating Multiple Intelligences and Blogging 9 Creating a Classroom Ethics for Blogging 10 Blogging Matters
Beyond the mainstream media hype about the dangers of adolescents and blogs, we find that young people are developing 21st century literacies_especially in information and visual literacy. In this book, Diane Penrod addresses the social, developmental, and pedagogical issues surrounding the use of blogs and the implications that blogging has for current and future students.