...And it's an article in the "Blogs and Other E-Tools for Women's Studies" round-up by yours truly. A taste:
As previous round-ups have revealed, weblogs provide strong pedagogical tools for women’s and gender studies practitioners. By bringing blogs into the classroom as a novel forum for course work and discussion, instructors can help students practice important skills for critical analysis, writing proficiency, and technological literacy while also strengthening their classroom community and creating a space to continue in-class conversations that are cut short by time restrictions. By bringing classrooms to the blogosphere, instructors initiate an expansion of the discussion of feminist theory from the isolation of the academy to more publicly accessible debate.
A big kudos to editors JoAnne Lehman and Phyllis Holman Weisbard on an excellent edition with many great resources for practitioners working in girls' studies as well.
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