This report describes how journaling and email were used to
benefit both the teacher and her students on a college campus in Georgia.
The report outlines how decisions were made about the content of the
journals, submission deadline considerations, and concerns about the e –
journal process. Benefits to the teacher/professor are enumerated and
discussed as are benefits to the students. E-journaling has been a
successful experiment, which, seemingly, has improved the education
process for these students and others as well.
Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Banker, T. G. (2004). E – Journals: Reflections and communication improve learning outcomes. Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 4(1), 1-6.