Live Writer is a great program to introduce students to Web 2.0 technology without having to be ‘online’. It is good practice to store important information on your computer and Live Writer helps you to do that. One application might be for travellers who want to store photographs and images on their laptop. Another is to have students working on pieces that they do not want to publish in a public domain.
by heatherblakey | Dec 11, 2009 | Web 2.0 | 1 comment
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Thanks for posting this Heather, it seems to be a great example of a “me” space. I have been doing a bit of work lately on Stephen Heppell’s notion of “Me, We and See” and the importance of audience. You can see a video explaining this concept on FUSE (https://fuse.education.vic.gov.au/?QMS38X )