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Blogging @ BU: IHCS Case Studies

By Andy Pulman


This paper provides details on ten IHCS case studies using a variety of internal and external blogging tools during 2006. This addresses the first aim of the Blogging @ BU project which was helping to inform future Bournemouth University strategy regarding the use of blogs. All case study participants were either interviewed or replied\ud to a short questionnaire during late 2006 as a checkpoint to evaluate their experience so far. The paper will discuss these experiences and focus on particular points of interest from a strategic and personal viewpoint

Topics: csi, nw
Publisher: CEMP, Bournemouth University
Year: 2008
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