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The Teaching Blogosphere

Just a quick repost from over on Teaching Thursday:

If you read this blog, chances are that you read other blogs like it.  So I thought it would be a useful exercise to crowd-source some of the more useful teaching related blogs on the web.

The three blogs that I check most regularly are:

Tomorrow’s Professor Blog aggregates a great selection of online teaching articles each day.  It’s a great daily review of what’s new across the web.

Prof Hacker has recently moved to the Chronicle of Higher Education’s webpage.  It deals with much more than just the “hacking” or technology aspects of teaching to include professional advice, productivity tips, and even recipes! 

Not to be left out, Inside Higher Ed, offers the daily Technology and Learning Blog which covers ground similar to Prof Hacker with maybe a slightly greater emphasis on technology.

Finally, I’d be remiss not to mention Mark Grabe’s Learning Aloud blog which provides a nice array of personal technology tips with an eye toward their use in the classroom.

This is just a small sample of the vast teaching related blogosphere.  What blogs do you read to keep up with recent developments in teaching?  Let’s work to create a list of teaching blogs that you find useful as a resource.

Post your favorite blogs in the comments section over at Teaching Thursday!

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