I instead encourage faculty to start by adding a blog to their class. A blog can be set up in minutes and is easy to learn and maintain. Plus, there are a variety of studies proving that blogging can improve educational outcomes. For instance:
students post their written work to a blog before handing it in. The students received comments from other students and even faculty at other institutions, which improved their work greatly.
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