Daniel Craig
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Indiana University, Seoul National University
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http://iucall.blogspot.com
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http://www.danielcraig.com
About Me
I'm a student/teacher depending on the time of day. I teach English as a foreign language at Seoul National University in Seoul, South Korea.

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Posted on October 24, 2007 at 8:10pm 0 Comments

I would love to be able to post entries here in my Classroom 2.0 blog and have them appear on one or more of my other blogs, particularly IUCALL (http://iucall.blogspot.com), but more importantly, I would love to have my posts in IUCALL appear here in Classroom 2.0.



Does anyone know if this is possible? Don't talk to me about using RSS. RSS is great, but it loses functionality of the blog. Check out… Continue

Will this replace Blogger?

Posted on June 15, 2007 at 1:27am 2 Comments

The first question that I have is whether this service will replace Blogger for professional blogs. While many professionals are hesitant to use MySpace as their professional blog, Ning is likely to result in less hesitation.

At this point, I still love my Blogger sites, but with Blogger lagging so far behind other applications in the social tools and structures, I wonder how long I'll remain happy with them.

What do you think?

Dan

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At 3:26am on April 7, 2009, darren elliott said…
Hi Dan,

Just thought I'd say hello, I'm looking around for other university English teachers who might be able to share ideas.
At 10:55pm on March 24, 2009, James Edward Charles Webber said…
Hey Daniel
have youu seen before?

http://comics.com/big_nate/2009-03-20/

Jim
At 1:34pm on December 1, 2007, Judith Epcke said…
Hi from D28 Northbrook. Were you a student or teacher? Have worked a few other places and love it here! I grew in Glenview. Maybe we had that GBN/GBS rivalry going! Go Titans! Snowing today, do you miss the snow/sleet/ice? My husband was in Seoul a few months ago.
At 2:03am on October 30, 2007, Hans Feldmeier said…
Hi Daniel, greetings from Germany! I focus on Web 2.0 apps as to education llike you do.
Check out my group DigiSkills about digital teaching methods with 209 members. Would love if you join as well. By the way, your video about Web2.0 is a great one! Congrats.
Hans
At 8:38am on October 28, 2007, Connie Weber said…
Hi Daniel,
You've certainly done a lot in the area of researching and studying professional development. It'd be great to hear what you've learned--you mentioned that basically it's pretty clear what needs to be done, but it's hard to implement on a systems level. (Is that an ok paraphrase?) I'd sure like to hear more!
At 8:25am on June 15, 2007, Daniel Craig said…
Hi David,

I simply like the amount of design control I have in Blogger. With a little CSS, the sky is the limit.

Though, with their new layout, I rarely need to alter the template any more. They make it really easy to add and remove stuff (code, widgets, etc.).

I think that you're right about the community aspect, but it's not much different than a service like this. The benefit here is that it's so much easier to get your name out there and get traffic to the site.

With that said, I'm pretty excited about Ning. If they just add RSS for comments, I'll be in heaven :)

Dan
At 1:57am on June 15, 2007, ddeubel said…
Dan,

Thanks. I am just about sharing and decided to walk the talk. Just throw up material and let teachers have a place to browse. No dictator saying this or that, just browse and find what is suitable to their own class, level, teaching style etc...
I am working on something more user friendly and which will appear over the summer. Also thinking about starting a ning for us teachers in Korea, to discuss more teacher oriented things -- with direct use in the classroom. Specifically, materials creation for the classroom. I'll send you an invite when I set it up.

Cheers,

David
At 1:54am on June 15, 2007, ddeubel said…
Daniel.

I completely agree with that. I used to use blogger and blog a lot. But it really didn't have the community feel and never grew in that direction. It has stayed more as a way to "purge" oneself of feeling, more like a diary and less like a conversation.

I do like the possibilities of Ning. Especially, with its low threshold of user friendliness, meaning, it is very accessible to techno neophytes. I've tried to get colleagues interested in many technological things with little success. But ning seems to have had success where these others haven't.

I also see many other capabilities beyond community but I think its point of being a "sharing" resource is just wonderful.

David
 
 
 

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