In my on-campus Transforming Contemporary Culture class this fall, I required each student to create a blog for their class work. For maybe 2/3 of the class, this was their first jump into creating an online presence. The web-savvy remaining 1/3 each created an additional blog that focused on the work for this class.
I'm also giving wikis a front and center place in the course -- each student is part of a team that creates a wiki resource that they update weekly. In the end, the goal is that these projects will not only serve the students as learning tools but that these wikis would remain as a resource to churches.
Consequently, the course is paperless. All personal work and their subsequent peer and instructor reviews are completed through blogs, and all collaborative work through wikis and classroom time.
Its been an exciting road, and we are just in the second week. We are all on a steep learning curve, but I think we are in for quite a ride.
Feel free to check us out and tell me what you think. Here is the class blog (also on the left sidebar): http://thebolgblog.typepad.com/mp520_f05/