Social Learning

By Ish Stabosz
Center for Creative Instruction & Technology
Delaware Technical Community College
Stanton Campus

I often run into colleagues in the hall or during a workshop or at lunch who tell me that they loved such-and-such blog post, but that they always forget to check the blog for more.

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  1. Catherine Lombardozzi3 years ago

    Great idea. I may steal it for my own blog if I ever get back to writing it regularly. It makes me wonder if I have any follow options on my blog since I’ve moved it. One more thing for the list. Thanks – Catherine

  2. Nicole Truitt3 years ago

    Or you can add Forward Thinking to your feed reader… 🙂

    1. Ish Stabosz3 years ago

      True. True. Nicole! I just figured anyone who had a feed reader was already on top of things.

      Plus, “3 easy ways…” just has such a nice ring to it!

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