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ELEAblog

ELEAblog Partner(s): Diane Dittrick
Barnard College

Access: Columbia only
Released: February 2006

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ELEAblog is a student-authored blog site for the Barnard course, Environmental Literature, Ethics, and Action (ELEA), taught by Diane Dittrick, Randall Balmer, and Laura Wright. Students write to their blogs weekly, using the exercise to reflect in a public forum on the environmental stewardship projects they undertake in the course. The blog format enables students to build interlinkages between their own work and thought and that of others they encounter, creating a network of the human connections that support and inform their projects. The "landing page" for ELEAblog shows the latest "headlines" from each of the student blogs, encouraging students to read each other's work, as well.

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