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web·log

 (wĕb′lôg′, -lŏg′)
n.
A blog.

[web + log, a record.]

weblog

(ˈwɛbˌlɒɡ)
n
(Computer Science) the full name for blog
ˈwebˌlogger n
Translations
Weblog
bloc-noteswebjournal

weblog

[ˈweblɒg] N (Internet) → weblog f

weblog

[ˈwɛblɒg] nblog m, blogue m
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Even though they are sometimes formed as personal diaries, weblog texts are not the ones that are created by the writer for only himself in terms of communication.
Accordingly, Graham and Harris (2009) stated that by taking into consideration the students' common facilities, interest areas, and individual differences, an "individual weblog environment" based on blended instruction design can systematically bring the deficient characteristics (making a good plan, using an appropriate environment and strategy, sufficient application, and meaningful review) that are necessary for good writing performance.
Zoover and Griekenland.net have recorded almost 2 million visitors per month in the weblog.
The purpose of this article is to gain a deeper understanding of the linguistic dimension of corporate blogs, the technological influences and social norms related to blogging practices, the ambiguous nature of the communicative space of the weblog, the potential impact of blogging on academic writing performance, the social norms of blog readers' behavior, and the effect of blogs in the development of L2 academic writing.
The term "weblog" (later shortened to blog) was coined by Jorn Barger in December 1997.
- BE IN THE KNOW Be very wary about moves to change jumping game ANTHONY COSGRIFF Weblog Chasing Cheltenham glory from Down Under POSTED AT 12.47pm 4 DECEMBER 2009 EVERYONE in the Victorian racing industry is shocked that the RV board can snuff out jumping in this state, destroying the livelihoods of people they are supposed to represent and condemning hundreds of well-cared for horses to the knackery.
This article opens with an overview of reflection in teacher education and the use of asynchronous communication technologies in reflective practice, with a focus on the specific technology of weblogs. The study, in which preservice teachers volunteered to use a weblog for their personal reflection while completing a teacher preparation program, is then briefly explained.
Created in Birmingham is a candidate for the 2008 Weblog Awards in the Best UK blog category and, at the time of writing, was running almost head-to-head with Spectator blogger Melanie Phillps for the top spot.