Vote For Edublogs!
The seventh annual Edublog Award winners will be announced next week. The Eddies, or edublogs, were created in 2005 as a response to the restricted access many schools and universities placed on educational blog sites. By crafting these awards, the creators hoped to not only exhibit the value of such sites but also to promote their use within classrooms.
This year, there are 22 categories including “Best Teacher Blog,” “Best Student Blog,” “Best Educational Wiki,” and even “Best Individual Tweeter.” Each winner gets a year’s Edublog Campus subscription for themselves or their institution and the first and second runners up get an Edublog Pro subscription along with a badge and bragging rights. There’s only a few a days left to get your votes in, so check out the sites and let us know who you’ll be voting for.
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