CapEd Crusader Blog

A blog about blogs. Very M.C. Escher-esque in its circularity. This is a blog for educators interested in resources on blog use in education. The ideas expressed in this blog represent those of the authors and not necessarily those of Capital University.

Thursday, August 04, 2005

science and blogs

Richard Gallagher writes a great article about how the science community has been slow to adopt blogs. He details how blogging could benefit the Life Science community - from pharmaceutical research to the research labs.

I see the educational benefit - what if k-16 students could tap into research ideas, data and thoughts? Wouldn't that be exciting to be on the cutting edge? emb

1 Comments:

Blogger Dhirendra said...

i really comply with ur views ,& request u to comeforeward to educate people about internet security for maintaining basic security concepts confidentiality, integrity, and availability.
When information is read or copied by someone not authorized to do so, the result is known as loss of confidentiality
Information can be corrupted when it is available on an insecure network. When information is modified in unexpected ways, the result is known as loss of integrity. This means that unauthorized changes are made to information, whether by human error or intentional tampering.
Information can be erased or become inaccessible, resulting in loss of availability. This means that people who are authorized to get information cannot get what they nee

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