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|dc.description.abstract||The article focuses on a content analysis of the use of blogs in knowledge sharing by educators. It states that blog use for teachers' professional development may improve teacher interaction. It states that the coding scheme of the study utilized Bloom's taxonomy with a focus on the knowledge aspect of teacher discussions. It comments that teachers did not utilize blogs solely for professional development and suggests that unofficial environments might play a role in promoting a climate conducive of knowledge sharing. It also suggests the development of an automatic interaction analysis module could be used to detect current behavioral and content patterns and limitations in knowledge sharing by teachers, including automatic data mining.||en_US|
|dc.relation||British Journal of Educational Technology; Nov2010, 41(6), 963-967. (SSCI)||en_US|
|dc.title||What kinds of knowledge do teachers share on blogs? A quantitative content analysis of teachers' knowledge sharing on blogs||en_US|
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