Blog Comments Are Collected in Comment Reader

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The link above will take you to the TOP COMMENTED POSTS in the thoughtvectors site, and on the left side of the page, you’ll find a list of the most active commenters and the number of comments each person has made beside his/her name.  Gerrell, Symone, Morgan, Justin, and Nikhil look like they have made the top list — a big SHOUT OUT to them!  Currently, I am at the top of the list.  (Go figure).

A note about comments:   Your current week #1 and week #2 blogging grades do not include comments — for which there will be a separate grades.  I will assess comments at mid-term and at the end of the course. This Comment Reader makes assessing your comments easy — it keeps track of them for me.

Please make an effort to comment often and frequently on blogs, both inside our class and outside our class.  You do not have to only comment when assigned — comment any time, about any blog you find interesting.  Branch out, read some of the posts from our outside contributors, or from the instructors.  At the top of the thoughtvectors.net site you’ll see the most recent blog posts, and you can search on the site for blogs by section and by “open participants.”  Tweet out good blogs!  When you have down-time, log in and make some comments.  It’s a good way to catch up on your commentaries, and also get and share ideas in the course!

 

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