It can sometimes be hard to see the possibility of blogging and the web. For me it is about continually joining the dots and making the connections. As Amy Burvall highlights,

In order to connect dots, one must first have the dots

That is the power of Webmentions. My little callout to say, “Hey, interesting idea(s)”. Sharing is where it starts.

Why Teachers And Students Should Blog: 18 Benefits of Educational Blogging

Kathleen Morris summarises a range of benefits associated with student blogging. This is a useful provocation. My only question is the potential of developing a social media space. Maybe this is covered by the idea of an ‘online hub’.

Justlego101 on Instagram: β€œBehind the scenes of my latest photo on @justlego101!”

Behind the scenes of my latest photo on @justlego101!

A post shared by Justlego101 (@justlego101_bts) on

There is something fascinating in seeing ‘behind the scenes’. Whether it be an artist discussing their studio or a creator providing insight into their process, it always leads me to consider the finished product with new eyes.

Here is JustLego101 on Twitter

While here is my use of the image in 26 Edition of my monthly newsletter