I wish I could say definitively that I knew what to do with a blog in a school media center, but as I'm new to the idea, I'm sure there are several avenues I wouldn't even think of treading down. I see possibilities in the idea of online book groups, or blogs through which students collaborate on homework assignments to compare and contrast their collective knowledge and help each other figure things out. I also see potential for blogs to serve as personal journals for students during certain assignments, the same personal journals which were once printed out as separate assignments or simply handwritten from day to day. Blogs could also serve to aid teachers in imparting extra information to students, in helping students with their work, and in making the teacher available to the student beyond the basic four walls of the school environment.
In the future, I'm sure the Internet will afford plenty more opportunities for interactive learning for teachers, parents, and students. I look forward to seeing how blogs will be a part of the changes that are metamorphosing the field of library science even as we speak.