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Voting In The Edublog Awards (Part Two)

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The actual voting site for the Edublog Awards is slightly confusing (only slightly — I was a bit confused at first, and I see others on Twitter who might have been, too — it’s just that they wanted to rightfully show all the nominees, too), so I’m going to follow the lead of other bloggers and post the direct links to each category. You can click on it and then easily vote for whoever you want:

The Edublog Award Categories….

  1. Best individual blog
  2. Best individual tweeter
  3. Best group blog
  4. Best new blog
  5. Best class blog
  6. Best student blog
  7. Best resource sharing blog
  8. Most influential blog post
  9. Most influential tweet / series of tweets / tweet based discussion
  10. Best teacher blog
  11. Best librarian / library blog
  12. Best educational tech support blog
  13. Best elearning / corporate education blog
  14. Best educational use of audio
  15. Best educational use of video / visual
  16. Best educational wiki
  17. Best educational use of a social networking service
  18. Best educational use of a virtual world
  19. Lifetime achievement

I was lucky enough to be nominated in these categories:

Best Individual Edublog (I nominated Public School Insights, but it doesn’t appear to have made the “short list”)

Best Individual Tweeter (I nominated  web20classroom and ShellTerrell)

Best Resource Sharing Blog (I nominated Welcome to NCS-Tech)

Lifetime Achievement (I didn’t nominate anyone in this category, and I certainly don’t belong here)

Our school’s Intermediate English class blog was nominated (by me :) and others) in the Best Class Blog category.

You can see all my nominations at My Nominations For The Edublog Awards 2009.

I’m also adding the main Edublog Awards 2009 site (where you can see links to all the nominees) to The Best Places To Find Good Education Blogs.

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Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

2 Comments

  1. Yes I know that everyone wanted to show all nominee but it just wasn’t practical or manageable. Each year there are more nominations than the previous year — which is really excellent.

    Many categories had more that 100 nominations. Regardless of what decisions the committee makes people won’t be happy.

    Include all nominations and criticism is the sheer number in each category is overwhelming. Shortlist and criticism is not everyone has been listed.

  2. Larry! Just saw this. Thank you!

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