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As weblogs, in its nascent state, are becoming one of the most participated online activities after web surfing, email, and instant messaging, it has been considered more of a trend in net broadcasting than just a fad. The emergence of bloggers and their behavioral models has opened up new research opportunities in many perspectives. This article attempts are twofold; 1) demonstrate how weblogs can be beneficial to educational instruction and learning and 2) support such argument by analyzingdoi:10.1111/j.1540-4609.2008.00212.x fatcat:ohns5wzdc5bhxcqqtwzgdx47ii