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Selecting the Right Technology Tool: Wikis, Discussion Boards, Journals, and Blogs (Essays on Teaching Excellence) Part Two Selecting the Right Technology Tool: Wikis, Discussion Boards, Journals, and BlogsTami J. Eggleston, McKendree UniversityThe POD Network Teaching Excellence Essay Series, 2010-11 In this essay, Eggleston discusses how daunting many faculty find selecting the right technology tool can be. To help with this task, she compares common electronic tools and uses Bloom’s Cognitive Domain Taxonomy (1956) and Chickering and Ehrmann’s Seven Principles of Good Teaching (1996) to connect these tools with skill development teaching goals and effective teaching practices. In this blog post, we’ll expand on Eggleston’s essay and offer you an overview of blogs. What is a blog? Blogs are part of what Randall Bass and Heidi Elmendorf, of Georgetown University, call “social pedagogies.” In “7 Things You Should Know about Blogs,” Educause describes blogs as: An online collection of personal commentary and links. When to use a blog Blogging can be incorporated into the classroom in many different ways.