If you blog about education, why not contribute to this years fabulous international Edublog Awards by nominating your favourite edubloggers in this years categories? Nominations are open from now until the end of November. You can also really help spread the word by posting about the awards on your own blog.
The main purpose of the awards is to demonstrate the huge variety of excellent practice going on across the world, to provide a showcase site for everyone interested using social software to support informal or formal education, and to have some fun along the way. If you aren't familiar with the awards, check out 2005's amazing roll-call. I’m really looking forward to seeing this years short-list!
This year there are ten categories:
- Best audio and/or visual blog
- Best group blog
- Best individual blog
- Most influential post, resource or presentation
- Best library/librarian blog
- Best newcomer
- Best research paper on social software within learning and teaching
- Best teacher blog
- Best undergraduate blog
- Best wiki use