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March 11, 2005

Weblogs and Wikis Making Higher Education More Interactive

Here is an article from the Washington Post to which we can certainly relate.  Weblogs and their cousins, wikis, are becoming more and more useful in the way students are learning.  Wikis are similar to weblogs but allow for anyone who reads it to provide additional comments, including editing other students' work and adding suggestions.  It seems there are many ways this can be useful in law school as well.

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