This midweek posting has been published to make you aware of the Edublog Awards for 2009. I have included my blog nominations and invite you to visit the sites posted below that are rich in resources and reflections. Perhaps you have a nomination. If so, Click on the Edublog Award 2009 Link for more information. As always, please feel free to visit the 21centuryedtech Wiki and enjoy the valuable links I have provided in my nominations. Have a great week and enjoy the resources! – Mike
I have now been officially blogging and posting a wiki for four months. Thanks for your comments, your bookmarks, your subscriptions to the blog, and your memberships on the wiki. The wiki alone has had over 7000 visites in this short period of time. I have become a great fan of blogs and wikis and have prepared my list for the Edublog Awards2 2009. I did not nominate every category because I have not investigated all of the areas. It was hard for me to select nominations because there are so many oustanding authors of blogs and wikis on the web. Some of my picks are based on listening to individuals at conferences and then visiting their blog.
I just want to thank all the authors of wiki’s and blogs for their hard work at providing information that benefits students and teachers everyday. If you wish to nominate an author of a wiki or blog please visit Edublog Awards 2009 ! The nomination period runs until December 8, 2009.
Categories include ; Best individual blog, Best individual tweeter, Best group blog, Best new blog, Best class blog, Best student blog, Best resource sharing blog, Most influential blog post, Most influential tweet / series of tweets / tweet based discussion, Best teacher blog, Best librarian / library blog, Best educational tech support blog, Best elearning / corporate education blog, Best educational use of audio, Best educational use of video / visual, Best educational wiki, Best educational use of a social networking service, Best educational use of a virtual world, Lifetime achievement.
The time you take nominating will be appreciated by all of those people who spend hours researching and bring ing great ideas to all of us everyday! It really is a great way to say, thank you! Below you will find my attempt at selecting my nominations. Take a moment to visit these outstanding links for some great resources and reflections. Also, I will be creating a blogroll on the 21centuryedtech Wiki. If you know of , or author, an outstanding blog or wiki please let me know so I can include it on the Wiki. Feel free to visit the 21centuryedtech Wiki for some great information and resources, and as always as always, thanks for reading! – Mike
Best Teacher Blog – Cool Cat Teacher by Viki Davis – http://coolcatteacher.blogspot.com
Best Tech Support Blog – KaffeeLatch by Kathy Schrock – http://kathyschrock.net/blog
Best Individual Blog – The Power Of Educational Technology – Liz Davis – http://edtechpower.blogspot.com
Best Library Blog – Never Ending Search – Joyce Valenza – http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com/blog/1340000334.html
Best New Blog – Angela Maiers Education – Angela Maier – http://www.angelamaiers.com
Best Education Use Of A Virtual World – Oh! VirtualLearning – Scott Merrick – http://scottsecondlife.blogspot.com
Lifetime Achievement – Dangerously Irrelevant – Scott McLeod – http://www.dangerouslyirrelevant.org/top_posts.html
Best Resources Sharing Blog – Free Technology For Teachers – Richard Byrne – http://www.freetech4teachers.com/
12 responses to “Edublog Awards 2009 – A Way To Thank An Education Blogger!”
Wow. Thanks for the nomination. I’m extremely flattered (and humbled).
I appreciate the interest in my work. Thank you for the kindness!
Your work is apreciated by many and the nomination is my honor! Keep up the great efforts at educational transformation. Thanks for the comment!
Thank you for the nomination.
All the best,
For those that do not know, your site is one that houses a rich and extensive collection of resources for twenty-first century learning. A vast majority are free, which is becoming most important in today’s economy. Thanks for sharing and please know that the nomination is my honor! Best wishes!
I, too, am very flattered for the kind words and the nomination! Thank you so much!
It is an honor to nominate someone who has contributed so much to effective technology integration. I really like your survey on the last blog and plan on finding out results from my school. Your blog I feel should be on every teacher’s required reading list! Keep posting!
Fantastic, I did not know about this topic until now. Cheers!
Thanks so much for nominating me! I am honored to be in such great company. I’m also happy to have discovered your blog this way. I have added you to my reader and look forward to learning from you in the future.
You keep up the great work. For those that have not visited your Blog, it is a great resource for those of us that are in the every day classroom. It is a must read for those trying to integrate technology. Again, the honor is mine to nominate a fellow presenter at BLC09. Looking forward to the next one. Boston is an awesome city! Keep up the great facilitation for all of us!
Thank you so much for the nomination! It is such an honor to be nominated – the edublog awards have always meant a lot to me because they are so organic and part of the edublogosphere! Thank you!
You continue to post blogs that are both reflective and practical. Keep up the great writing, it really does make a difference. Thanks for the reply and look forward to furture postings.
Thank you sooo much for the nomination- so many great blogs to learn from!