Social Network Analysis to Blog-based Online Community

  title={Social Network Analysis to Blog-based Online Community},
  author={Yao-jen Chang and Yao-Sheng Chang and Shu-Yu Hsu and Chiu-Hui Chen},
  journal={2007 International Conference on Convergence Information Technology (ICCIT 2007)},
We use blogs as tools of social learning. By browsing the selected peer works and the comments made by peers as well as instructors on students' blogs, students are empowered to stimulate new ideas different from each other. Survey results show that students who took the lab courses are satisfied with turning in lab results through blog posting, getting instructor's in-class interactions, piracy reduction, and social learning. Social network analysis further indicates the degree of the social… CONTINUE READING
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