Policies and Templates

ECE Service Blogs - tools and policy

Nancy Groh 

This article is divided into six sections. The first five sections have information about specific aspects of blogs.  Section 6 lists discussion points for ECE services to consider in developing an educational blog.  All information needs to be considered in developing an ECE policy.

1. Why develop a centre blog

2. Purpose and expectations

3. Monitoring and managing the blog

4. Privacy

5. Platforms and tools

6. Discussion points for you to consider 

Although blogs are specifically addressed here, the concepts can be applied to the use of a variety of read/write web tools designed to facilitate communication.


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