The Australian paper The Age
ran an interesting article
on academic blogging. In it, the author described edublogs/org
, a site that provides and hosts free blogs for teachers, researchers, librarians and other educational professionals. They feature recent posts
, so it is fairly easy to get a sense of the quality of these blogs by scanning this page.
The issue of blog quality brings me to an article
that was featured on Arts and Letters Daily
. Though the article certainly takes religion as its foundation–it is originally from Christianity Today
–this doesn't (in my opinion) unduly bias the author's position, which–at least in the humanities–seems to be gaining some ground.