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August 16, 2003

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Suzana

I read your weblog by RSS feed and use the informations and links in my research. I'm studing the insertion of educational technologies in the work of teachers in my master degree. My research is open and I'm using weblogs because I think that weblogs can improve authorship and autonomy.
I read you have interest in brazilian blogs.
In my research I have found many interesting sites. I want to suggest:
http://wikifiction.memelab.org/
http://www.projetometafora.org/
and my research blogs:
http://planeta.terra.com.br/educacao/Gutierrez/
http://planeta.terra.com.br/educacao/Gutierrez/blogs/bloglab

Hugs from the south of Brazil,
Suzana

Crawford Kilian

Muito obrigado, Suzana!

These are fascinating sites, and it's exciting to see what people are doing in Brazil: intense, intellectual, and imaginative. Thank you again for your links, and let us stay in touch as you do your research.

I am just beginning to explore the educational possibilities of blogs, so I will be very interested to see what you are learning. And I hope that you and I will both stay in touch with American and Canadian education bloggers.

Abraços from Canada!

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